Renowned for his structured and understated gowns, the Stewart Parvin 2015 collection delves into the world of classical ballet. So stand tall brides, shoulders back and… first position.
The famed designer sought inspiration in “the poise and delicacy of Margot Fonteyn, Martha Graham and Alicia Markova, this collection gave me the opportunity to explore a new facet of who I am as a designer. While the 2015 bridal collection is a bit of a departure from my signature aesthetic, which is classic and sophisticated with a highly structured tailored look, it is still very much indicative of my design style and what I am exploring this season. Quality of materials, fit and construction are always of paramount importance to my collections.”
A focus on the waist and prima ballerina styles continues throughout the collection with elegant flat belts, full skirts and bodice detailing.
“This is a soft and romantic collection, but it is still very diverse. There is something in there to suit many different brides, appeal to different tastes and to complement different shapes.” The full chiffon skirted gowns are joined by clean, seamless classics like the ‘I’ll Be Waiting’ below.
Impeccable tailoring, the signature of a Stewart Parvin piece, hasn’t been left behind either.
See the full Stewart Parvin 2015 collection in all its glory at – www.stewartparvin.com