Hello Trulovers, it seems ages since I graced the pages of French Wedding Style with some bridal wear delight (in reality only a couple of weeks) but I am delighted to be showcasing the 2014 Collection from Paris Bridal Designer Suzanne Ermann.
The 2014 Suzanne Ermann collection is all about minimalist couture, with contemporary and ultra-feminine pieces that exude a sophisticated simplicity.
Talking about the collection: “Short dresses in lacquered rafﬁa ﬁshnet, inspired by the forties, are clearly structured, thanks to their rigid basques. Others have childhood innocence with elongated busts on ﬂared skirts, Mikado with black ribbons worn on tapering pants or shorts showing naked legs.
The palette of colours fluctuates between the colour chart of Tamara de Lempicka’s paintings and the shades of fruit drops: pure whites, pearl greys, cold pink, icy blue, frosty green.”
French Wedding Style – © Suzanne Ermann
If you are a fan of the Suzanne Ermann twirls they are of course included in the collection. Pushing the boundaries of traditional bridal wear, in this collection the slips are shorter revealing the skin through the tulle and Chantilly lace twirls. Twirls drape busts, delicately carve sheath or trapeze dresses that come to life at the slightest move.
The 2014 collection shoot featured mirrored chokers, gold polished bracelets and belts, adding a theatre and high fashion edge the the bridal range.