EsposaCouture 2018 by Kristie Romanos manifests fairytale romance in the form of princess dresses with voluminous silhouettes and delicate embroidery. The Lebanese bridal line of the Esposa Privé fashion house is laser-focused on creating wedding gowns that are tailor-made and unique even thirty years on. Designer Romanos describes the EsposaCouture bride as one that will only have a one-of-a-kind gown for her wedding day, “she knows that her dream dress simply cannot be found anywhere.” Vogue.me exclusively unveils the EsposaCouture 2018 collection video and key looks here.
From the floor-grazing hemlines and high impact skirts, the new-season collection is for the bride who wants to be unforgettable. The textured fabrics are add elements of the unexpected, including baroque-style embroidery to contemporary sheer panelling.
Esposa has had a presence in the Middle Eastern market for thirty years, primarily as a sequence of premium bridal boutiques in Downtown Beirut and Dubai. Not only esteemed for creating custom wedding gowns for brides in Lebanon and beyond, the boutiques also stock a curation of international designers that relate to the maison‘s own line. Esposa’s own bespoke evening wear brand is housed alongside gowns by Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrera – perfect for time-poor women who want to nail their big day look, and wedding’s entire party wardrobe in one swoop.
The Esposa Group, over time, has expanded its regional offering with boutiques in Dbaueh and Verdun, Lebanon, and a destination in Yas Mall, Abu Dhabi. “We work to develop and execute the most beautiful ideas that will lead to unique custom-made creations,” Romanos tells Vogue.me. Esposa clearly has its bases covered, from bespoke bridal to accessories and shoes that are also available in store, you can dream up your princess moment and line your high society wardrobe too.
The collection is available in Esposa Prive stores in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Lebanon now. For more information visit EsposaGroup online.