Top model Natalia Vodianova is also one of those brides who had to design their wedding very differently due to the corona crisis. Because actually the couple, i.e. Vodianova and fiancé Antoine Arnault, should have married in June in the Hautvillers Abbey in northern France. But nothing came of a big celebration. Nevertheless, the couple have now said yes in a small circle in a registry office in Paris.
The model wore a very simple, but no less elegant dress by Ulyana Sergeenko Couture. The pointed shoulders, the flowing silk skirt and the lilac-colored collar were reminiscent of the fashion of the 80s and early 90s, which is now in great demand again. In addition, the bride wore open, slightly wavy hair à la French girls and very simple, white pumps.
Although the two weddings - and dresses - have absolutely nothing in common, the simple celebration reminds us of the marriage of Lily Allen and David Harbor. It also took place in a kind of registry office (including Elvis!) And everyone also wore an unusual, but also enchanting dress. What I'm getting at: Simple, original wedding dresses are in! A trend that the corona crisis probably brought with it, but that we don't like that badly.
Sure, church weddings will probably never be without the mermaid dress and A-line dress, but the hope remains that more and more brides will discover the individual spark within themselves and ignore the conventions!