After seasons of ivory and blush tones dominating bridal fashion color palettes, Victoria Kyriakides presents her collection in a luminous, soft white that feels new and delights the optic senses.

“For fall 2018, I wanted to create a sophisticated with edge collection focused on sculptural details highlighting a woman’s silhouette.  Lavish elements executed with ultra-precision in a modern way lend a soft, alluring femininity perfect today’s bride seeking fresh couture.” – Victoria Kyriakides

Lavish elements remain part of the Victoria Kyriakides aesthetic, always executed in a modern way.  Silk covered buttons adorn the length of backsides, and undetectable pockets hide in soft ball gown skirts. Floating pearls placed by hand on transparent French tulle long-sleeved tops are magnificently seductive.  Detachable sharp French cuffs add a level of grandeur for the most formal part of a wedding ceremony.  The sophisticated simplicity of French crepe satin is enhanced with the new dimensional French Cordoned lace with texture.  Geometric modern Venise lace strips are placed over intricate French Chantilly with the strategic intention to follow subtly the outline of the feminine silhouette.

For the conservative bride who craves the dramatic, removable puff sleeves accompany a fresh and feminine A-line silk crepe strapless dress.  The traditional Mikado is introduced in a new translation that is weightless with a lot of movement.

A three-layer dress of varying lengths (mini, midi, maxi) allows the bride to unveil different looks throughout the evening that are at once, sophisticated and edgy.  Other elements of surprise of the collection include sprinkles of sparkle with subtle clear crystal micro-beads, and detachable feather cap sleeves.  Neckline variations include clean classic Vs, and a stunning fold-over camisole.

Victoria Kyriakides continues to redefine the modern aesthetic for today’s bride.  Elegant and timeless, the fall 2018 collection is ideal for the discerning modern bride.

All images courtesy of Victoria Kyriakides.