For his Spring 2020 bridal collection, the Lebanese couturier Zuhair Murad took inspiration from Spanish weddings, flamenco dancers and matadors. Feathers, ruffles, and tulles are seen throughout the collection of wedding dresses punctuated with intricate details that represent the Iberian culture
Delicate fabrics are adorned with beading and embroidery as nods to the ornate embellishments on a bullfighter’s suit while a few dresses are needled with outlines of tiny fans. The veils and headpieces have been replaced with cathedral-length Spanish mantillas and headbands that are covered in oversized flowers and stand tall.
A couple of dresses are draped with Murad’s signature capes, also like those of a bullfighter’s uniform. The collection even features an embroidered column dress with a detachable overskirt for brides who want two looks from the same dress.