Take a walk through the past, present and future of bridal fashion with a magnificent collection that blends classic elements of yesteryear with modern techniques and fabrics . The Spring 2014 Romona Keveza couture bridal collection, titled “A Passage Through Time”, is a tribute to timeless style. From the 1800′s to the new millennium, Romona Keveza chronicles evolving sartorial styles and tastes with designs reflective of each decade. Above, Victoriana, a stunning off-the-shoulder blush silk organza ball gown; below, 1920s Gatsby slim fluted gown in beaded Chantilly lace.
1930’s Hollywood Glamour gown in beaded lace covered silk charmeuse gown.
A Return to Luxury – Wedgewood blue silk taffeta ball gown, an ode to the grand, sweeping gestures of Christian Dior and Charles James. Adore!
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More looks from Romona Keveza Collection Spring 2014 . Above, Funny Face strapless pearl covered waltz length dress, a tribute to style icons like Audrey Hepburn, below, Camelot sheath gown with swirling ribbons.
1980’s The Decade of Decadence — strapless bell-shaped ball gown with beading, embroidery and scallops, a nod to French embroidery designer, François Lesage.
A New Cool — one-shoulder soutache lace circle-skirted ball gown, reflecting the understated chic of the 1990s.
The Millennium — an update to gowns from Keveza’s own archives. This dress has an asymmetric neckline with tulle over-skirt atop a fluted embroidered applique lace mermaid gown.
And a sparkling one for The Future — nude strapless column gown layered in silk tulle with silicone crystals sprinkled in degrade fashion. A show-stopper!
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