Inspired by the delicate steps of a ballerina – graceful yet powerful, Laure de Sagazan’s Fall ’19 collection was a homage to the feminine movements of a dancer while staying true to her signature aesthetic. Intricate French lace and pure silk fabrics lined relaxed vintage silhouettes of dropped waistlines, scalloped hems and three quarter lengths. While clean, modern lines perfectly balanced Laure’s nostalgic-inspired styles.
Stepping into a dreamlike room filled with Grecian goddesses, Laure de Sagazan’s studio space was converted into an intimate, ethereal presentation. Models were dancing, painting and swaying from swings in floating white dresses and gilded gold hellenic headpieces, while sculptural golden palms and delicate lunaria hung from ceilings like dreamy clouds.
A delicate French Lace piece with a low dropped back and a simple pearl buttoned skirt. A gown that exuded effortless Parisienne chic, which would be perfect for an intimate countryside or chapel wedding.
Laure de Sagazan’s antique style lace styles are perfect for the bride inspired by vintage aesthetics yet drawn to modern silhouettes. Keep the styling simple and subdued and pair with updated minimal pearl earrings, a slight nod to the heirlooms of our yesteryears. Instead of the expected classic pointed pumps, style with nude sandals for a contemporary update that you can wear beyond your wedding day.
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