Vera Wang Bridal 2023 Classic silhouettes reworked through modern aesthetics and glamorous accessories that express the taste of the designer

“I must say that there is a new sense of freedom in this particular collection, which makes it different from the previous one,” comments Vera Wang. “I wanted to take it a step further in terms of concept, because marriage is a time of joy, cheerfulness and celebration. This collection is about that. It’s about skin. And about fun. It’s a proposal that expresses everything I think young people feel during this moment,” he added.

Vera Wang Bride, the luxury haute couture bridal brand (part of Pronovias Group), unveils its new 2023 collection. Classic silhouettes reworked through modern aesthetics, to which are added glamorous accessories that express the unmistakable taste of “Vera Wang.”

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Vera Wang Bride 2023/Style Details:

– Experimental Silhouettes. Modern silhouettes and two-piece structures with skirts and crop tops, pantsuits, and sensual dresses.

– Lustrous Fabrics. Revisited modern fabrics such as Duchesse, Mikado and taffeta become softer and silkier than ever, and are embellished with crystals and pearls for a touch of royalty.

– Refined Detailing. Whimsical and vibrant design details such as lace peplums, crisscrossed sweetheart body and micro bows highlight the décolletage with modesty.

– Artisan-made accessories Handcrafted accessories also play a prominent role in the new Vera Wang Bride 2023 collection. New additions allow brides to transform even the most minimal styles: from detachable sleeves to long gloves or with Elizabethan collars. “In this collection, I have tried to personalize the wedding dress through accessories that can be freely juxtaposed with each other,” Vera Wang explains.

In line with the policy of inclusivity applied to all brands in the Pronovias Group portfolio, Vera Wang Bride 2023 dresses are available in an extended size range from 32 to 64 (0 to 32).

“Women are reconsidering the meaning of the bride,” says Vera Wang, referring to the increasingly popular trend of also seeking a second wedding dress for the bridal party. “I think we’ve done everything we can to create a wide range of looks, which I hope will appeal to so many different brides and around the world.”