Galvan is a Designer for evening wear in London and launching in Bridal.
The Idea behind the new collection of bridal is, to create a wedding dress you can wear again after your big day.
The collection is with clean-line, versatile dresses. All of them are available in six different shades of white and ivory, plus a rainbow of bridesmaid-appropriate colours.
The Price for this bridal collection is from £825 up to £5.995.
Diamond out-cut dress: £825 Trecille gown: £5.995
Primarily Design by Galvan:
Sash Neck silk bias cut dress £955. Ink blue column dress £975.
What do you think? Could Galvan be one of the big Designer in Bridals?
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After a long and erratic winter, spring is finally here. Right now you’re thinking of how to get rid of the winter wear from your wardrobe and replace it with much lighter yet trendy spring wear.
On the flipside, but still just as punchy, you’ll find mix ‘n’ match ultra-pastels being adopted everywhere from New York to London and back again. Hippest when worn together in the weirdest combos possible: See Céline for the lemon, lilac, purple and beige formula we’d like to copy.
The world’s most influential brand billed its recent show as ‘young dad in the park with their kids’. But a trip to the swings wearing clothes straight from Paris left one ‘daddy blogger’ feeling far from catwalk-ready.
It’s called Dad-core and it was all over the Paris catwalks. Balenciaga, which is the most influential fashion brand on the planet right now, called its show a portrait of “young dads in the park with their kids at the weekend”. It was about corporate workers “out of the office, relaxed and often observed at their happiest”. Male models walked down the catwalk with their own children and it was all very photogenic: pre-teens skulked along holding their dads’ hands; curly-haired toddlers were balanced on hips.
Happy Women’s day !
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At the Screen Actors Guild Awards celebrities always show overwhelming dresses from well-known designers to the world. But you’ll miss the all-black-everything from the Golden Globes. Colour has caught the attention of actresses like Dakota Fanning, Kristen Bell and Co.
Just add a touch of nude to your dress. It’s Margot Robbie and Dakota Fanning wearing soft pastels.
Just a splashing pink dress from J. Mendel was worn by gorgeous Kristen Bell.
Golden sequins everywhere. That’s Nicole Kidman wearing Armani Prive. It’s not just a winning streak for her as an actress, don’t you think?
You’ll recognize similarities of taste when looking at these two marvellous dresses worn by Halle Berry and Lupita Nyong’o. Both arecovered with a layer of black tulle. Dream of wearing one of those for your next special occasion.
You’re a big Chucks- Fan? Than you’ll be happy about this information: the designer J.W. Anderson does a cooperation with converse. From the beginning of demceber you can buy the new converse collection.
It’ll be colorful and the classic chuck will be transformed.
The british shoe designer Sophia Webster created a new puma collection. It’s a line for womenswear. The clothing will be dominated by a colorful design especially the unicorn sign. Websters intention was creating a unique and creative collection and- she did it! Here are some of her designed pieces.
But one thing shouldn’t be missing in the collection: Shoes. Here are some of her creative, designed ones: