Malan Breton cat walks bridal collection at Bridal Fashion Week

Courtesy: Danny Chin & Norman Ding

Here Comes The Bride

Malan Breton showcased his Fall/Winter 2017 Bridal Couture Collection over the weekend on Saturday at the China Institute in New York City.

Bridal gowns were shown layered with beautifully crafted blazers and tuxedo jackets in hue’s of distinct blue and silver color pallets.

Breton presented the modern bridesmaid look with a blood red tuxedo pant suit adorned with an over-sized chic black color and headpiece veil.

The inspiration behind Breton’s Bridal Collection was inspired by the Taiwanese techniques of watercolor art, incorporating the lotus flower, a symbol of purity and new beginnings.

The designer coincided this vision through his belief in marriage being a fresh, new start and the welcoming of a new life of pure bliss and happiness between soulmates.

Every couture garment was crafted using hand-made techniques with the use of fabrics from silk organza transformed into pale shades of white.

Asian inspired silhouettes were present and seen specifically through the drapery and upper bodice cuts.

Overall, Breton presented a contemporary look that combined the ancient form of bridal dressing with the Chung She flower garden located in Taichung, Taiwan.

Daniel Quintanilla

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