The three sisters gathered behind this pretty label that is rising in the field of wedding dresses have in turn unveiled their new collection inspired by the theme of classical dance.
For several weeks now, wedding dress designers have been unveiling their 2019 collection. Something to delight those who have just said yes to a very emotional request or those who are still looking for that rare pearl for next summer. Among the houses to offer tailor-made, the Nordiste Victoire Vermeulen has earned its stripes over the seasons and multiplies the appointments, especially in its Parisian showroom, rue de Rivoli. At the helm, three sisters, Eglantine, Eugénie and Myrtille, who have again imagined this season models flirting with a very couture spirit.
Discover the new collection
For this new 2019 season, they take us into the dance, preferably classical, with models named after the names of the great ballet figures, from Giselle to Sleeping Beauty via Ophélia. Normal for a line called L’Etoile. “This is a theme that we have been thinking about for a few years” confide the creators. We also find other nods to the world of points and other arabesques such as a model evoking the character of Billy Elliot, this young dancer from the English suburbs, hero of Stephen Daldry’s film in 2000. Or that of the queen of the swans embodied by Natalie Portman in Darren Aronofsky’s film (Black Swan, 2010). All immortalized in the premises of the art and dance center based in the second arrondissement of Paris: the Elephant Paname.
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And on the design side, what does that give? A line that still flirts with a couture spirit. The Vermeulen sisters have indeed always taken the party not to stick to the trend of bohemian dresses which has reigned for several years in the wedding dress market. A choice that gives them a real singularity and allowed them to find their audience. Skirt mixed with a blouse, asymmetry, tuxedo … All in precious materials such as triple silk organza, silk mikado, guipure, Calais lace … And of course, tulle. As in the world of ballet where grace touches rigor, here the minimalist silhouettes sign an elegant pas de deux with more airy cuts. It remains to be seen which score the future brides will want to play.
2019 collection, L’Etoile, models from € 1,800 to € 3,400. More information and appointment booking on victoirevermeulen.com.