After the New York collections, Bridalwear recently took a trip to Europe specifically Barcelona, Spain.  Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week wrapped up over the weekend.  This season show also marks the first show since their partnership with Swiss, family-run, luxury cellular cosmetics company Valmont.   Although, the name changed the show still consisted of all the elements we have come to expect from Barcelona Bridal.   Speaking of bridal, check out some of the collections from the week.

Day 1 (4/23/19)

Jesús Peiró 2020 Collection

“Cala”

Image Credit: Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week

 The beauty of the lily influences Jesús Peiró’s bridal collection and brings luminous whiteness to its pieces.

We loved the hats and pantsuits looks.

Olga Macià 2020 Collection

“A New Bloom”


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For the designer, it was very important to be continuously seeking inspiration. It is a collection created for second weddings, made mostly from fabrics with floral details, gemstones, and tulle. Twelve unique pieces covering both bridal and party dresses.

Day 2 (4/24/19)

Sophie et Voilà 2020 Collection

“Goal”

Image Credit: Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week

The new collection from Sophie et voilá is emphatic, powerful and noble, but at the same time feminine, subtle and delicate.

Carlo Pignatelli 2020 Collection

“Ceremonia” & Couture

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In the Carlo Pignatelli Couture collection, the bride is naturally sophisticated, preferring whimsical creations draped in fine fabrics.

One of our favorite things is the label’s bridalwear and grooms wear offerings.

Day 3 (4/25/19)

Julia Kontogruni 2020 Collection

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 Luxury embroidery and French lace were used in the unique design of the corset, combined with handmade flowers and decorative elements in one masterpiece gown to recreate the first day of Spring.

Esther Noriega 2020 Collection

“Magical”

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The new line is inspired by the magic within the castles of the province of Valladolid, medieval fortresses which house thousands of secrets.

Day 4 (4/26/19)

Ramón Sanjurjo 2020 Collection

“The Revolution”

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Inspiration comes in the form of new styles coexisting with the old, the avant-garde with the vintage. The dress coat, waistcoat, and culottes from former times are transformed into modern day jackets, blazers, and trousers.

Carla Ruiz 2020 Collection

“Birds of Paradise”

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“Birds of Paradise” is the title of the new collection from designer Rocío Ruiz. A paradise filled with color and fantasy is the source of the designer’s inspiration.

That’s it for Barcelona this season. Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week. Stay tuned to the next season’s show next April.  In the meantime, stay tuned to My Own Sense of Fashion for more Bridal related content. 

Did you have a favorite collection? What do you think of the name change? Let us know in the comments.

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