Romona Keveza spring 2011 Legends are made bridal collection

Ramona Keveza
Romona Keveza photo’s by FirstW

Inspired by blossoming of a flower, this collection flourishes and is completely designed around a full, rich and beautiful life.

Her direction for 2011, plays with lengths, colors and cuts that range from feminine to flirty. The flower blooms that are on some of the collection seems to ‘open up’ and create a beautiful shape in each of the gowns. These are for the couture and modern bride who appreciated meticulous craftsman ship. This is also for the woman who may see her gown as a heirloom piece for her daughter.

She also showed her romantic film noir evening gown collection. Her silhouettes are reminiscent of the romantic films of the past, highlighting lustrous fabrics that are feminine yet super sensual. When we viewed her line the looks were a contrast between architectural and organic shapes mixed with a bit of fantasy.

Worn by starts like Angelina Jolie, Juliette Lewis, Julia Roberts, Angela Bassett and Marisa Tomei just to name a few. You can find her eveningwear and couture bridal sold at only the finest stores in the US and Canada like Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus and Stanley Korshak. Of course, you can always visit her site directly for shops in your local area.

Fabric trends: silk chiffon, silk organza, silk crepe, silk taffeta lace and French net/lattice embroidery
Color trends: Crème brulee, pearl, ivory, blush, white, Ivory, Blush, Ice Blue and Champagne
Style trends: One-shoulder, sweetheart neckline, strapless, fluted skirt, detachable side tails, mermaid and chapel-length ball gown

Evening gown color trends: Twilight black, purple, cobalt blue, Bordeaux, peacock blue, antique pewter and antique gold

…and if you wanted it in black….

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