To say that we’re start-struck about Pronovias’ runway show this year is understatement. Each year we’ve been invited to attend in person, we are in absolute awe over the production, inspiration, designs and execution. Inspired by Hervé Moreau’s childhood in France, he took inspiration from Marc Chagall for the Beyond The Stars collection.
We added ALL gowns in the gallery, because they are all too good not to share!
March Chagall’s fantasy-like paintings celebrated the dreamy and ethereal fleeting moments for brides, and Pronovias nailed the fantasy-land by designing wedding gowns with sparkly stars and shining moons.
Delicately and skillfully beaded embroidered birds, feathers, sparkles and silhouettes that seem to float in the air were just some of the stunning moments on the runway.
From boho-luxe to wow ballgowns and beautifully crafted silhouettes, Pronovias once again wowed us with wedding gowns that flatter women in all shapes and sizes (including gowns for expecting moms!).
We had a “pinch me” moment when we saw the model below literally fly down the runway and if she was floating in the sky of stars with a cape beaded with sparkles and a neckline that seemed to be inspired by galactic skies:
Another fave? Seeing plus size gowns down the runway!
Pronovias adds: “Dreamy dresses that flatter and celebrate the feminine figure, crafted with impeccable cuts, and elaborated with new materials such as Crepé Couture, embroidered tulle or handmade French lace. This innovative collection has been created for a perfect fit that guarantees comfort and boosts the bride’s confidence. Each dress has been designed to be light, allowing the bride to move gracefully and elegantly, just like the dreamy brides in Marc Chagall’s masterpieces.”
Pronovias has a few select flagship stores in the U.S, as well as many retailers that carry these gowns – check out here for a list of stores near you and make an appt to try on these beauts!
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