We’ve always had a soft spot for a C.D real bride, so it’s with real pleasure today we can introduce you to the new Catherine Deane Bridal Separates Collection in the hope we’ll be featuring lots more of you lovelies in these dreamy designs. Whether you like, lace, tulle or sleek styles there is a top or skirt for you. And the best part there are no restrictions to the combinations you can choose. Sounds like a bridal dream… It is!
CATHERINE DEANE BRIDE
Free-spirited, romantic, feminine with a little edge, she knows what she likes and is not afraid to be true to herself.
VISION BEHIND THE COLLECTION
I love designing for the free-spirited romantic, a woman who not only wants to look and feel beautiful but also be comfortable in her dress, she can dance, she can eat, she can play!
This season I created an exciting mix of bridal separates looks that can be paired together to customise your own bridal style, and also beautiful new romantic gown silhouettes. I enjoyed exploring some more traditional skirt shapes in this collection paired with sensual bodices with plunging necklines. I am always seeking balance, in both life and design, so I love to harmonize what might seem to be opposing elements. – Catherine Deane
Catherine Deane Bridal Separates Collection 2019
Have you ever seen such a beautiful bridal collection? Don’t you just love the geometric laces and beadwork of the Monique top. Plus the soft organic flowing laces of the Music Skirt and Itala Top. Catherine Deane makes it easy to mix and match your favourite bridal separates to create your own unique bridal look. The only problem being which styles to choose.
INSPIRATION BEHIND THE NEW CATHERINE DEANE BRIDAL COLLECTION
I am constantly inspired by the environment around me. I seek out a lot of time in nature and so organic shapes and florals are always creeping into my work. Living in a city like Hong Kong brings strong contrast to this with its skyscrapers, flashing lights and geometric lines, so I definitely feel the collection became a hybrid of the two. When embarking on the design process I like to keep it simple – I gravitate towards those laces, trims and fabrics that bring joy to me, withholding any agenda on what it may become. Once I have gathered all my favourite materials, then I set to play on the mannequin paring beautiful shapes, textures, laces, silks and trims together to create the magic. – Catherine Deane
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