This year’s Bridal Fashion Week proved that bridalwear is ever evolving to meet the needs of the modern bride. More and more retailers are releasing bridal options to try and capitalize on the wedding industry’s bridalwear boom, meaning the diversity of dresses, accessories, and more has never been more abundant. With the next Bridal Fashion Week taking place in April 2019 let’s look ahead to some of the major headlines surrounding this upcoming Bridal Fashion Week and other shows.
Expected Fashion Bridal Arrivals
Elie Saab is expected to return to Bridal Fashion Week in NYC to show off some of his 2019 Spring Collection dresses. Elie has a history of creating fairy-tale-esque dresses that are adored by brides who are fortunate enough to don one of his dresses. Expect him to make a statement at Bridal Fashion Week this April
Carolina Herrera will be showcasing her 2019 Fall Collection in San Francisco, CA, starting on January 3rd. Known for exceptional personal style, Carolina’s Fall Collection is bound to feature some truly stunning dresses that you ought to take notice of.
Instead of attending Bridal Fashion Week, Jenny Packham will be hosting trunk shows in various locations both in the states and overseas. With dresses famously worn by Kate Middleton, Jenny is bound to put forth a 2019 Bridal Collection that will wow brides near and far.
Alexander Wang is breaking with the regular schedule by opting out altogether and having his own fashion weeks in June and December. Similarly, Victoria Beckham is having her last show this year, relocating her operations to London Fashion Week.
What Spring 2019 Holds in Store
The future is coming, look for designers to evoke a dystopian future while finding fun, creative, and even splashy flourishes on the touchy subject. Hair and makeup stylists from Washington, DC, and throughout the country would be wise to pick up on this new, youthful (if not necessarily cheerful) trend.
No-Care Hair Is In
As we saw with Meghan Markle during the Royal Wedding earlier this year, hairstyles that appear effortless and even messy are becoming the latest trend amongst brides. Whether it’s a messy low bun or a naturally curly updo, brides now have the freedom to rock intentionally messy hairstyles that will stay in place all night long. Many models at this past year’s Bridal Fashion Week donned effortless hairstyles that both critics and spectators enjoyed. Look for more of the same at this year’s event.
There's a lot to take in during Bridal Fashion Week. Make sure your professional hair and makeup artist in Washington, DC, is keeping up with all the trends.