Last March, the two creators of the inclusive Belgian brand offered their first bridal collection. This summer, they said yes, putting one of their dresses in the spotlight.
Love is at the heart of their current collection. To design it and present it at Paris Fashion Week in March of last year, Esther Manas planned with her companion and partner Balthazar Delepierre for their future wedding, planned for this summer in Belgium. Since then, the duo, who break fashion stereotypes with sexy one-size-fits-all pieces designed to fit all silhouettes, have stepped up. they said yes. Belgian journalist Anne-Francoise Moison published some photos of the wedding on Instagram. “He proposed to her on his knees, crying, how could it be otherwise?” And very strongly believing that he will say no…” we can read in the inscription.
In the photos, Ester Manas wears a wedding dress with white lace and sheer fabric that reveals her skin and underwear. An emotional model true to those featured in their bridal collection. And modeled after their vision of fashion and women, it advocates a simple idea that is still rarely offered in the market; clothes to suit all bodies from 36 to 54 years old.
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After winning the Member Award last June (awarded €100,000 to support their brand), the pair announced they were pulling out of Paris Fashion Week at the end of September, despite a show in the works. The duo explained that they wanted to take a break to focus on developing their brand, specifically adding a new clothing offering such as pants and coats. A challenge for a brand whose reputation rests on its iconic dresses, which the designers have made inclusive and sexy with deft flair. Like well-placed straps, hidden pleats, ingenious gathers, smart drapes, lace, sheer and even asymmetrical cuts. Creations that will be discovered in March 2024.
Source: Le Figaro