The designer said that her dresses represent a new way of looking at romanticism, which you will love. And that was the incentive for her new luxury collection of wedding dresses for SS to show a different dimension: they focus on sleeves and asymmetry. Forget the tradition and imagine a modern dress of new style. But it does not all depend only on the dress itself, but also on every single detail, such as the sleeves, lacing, chiffon and other materials that constitute the whole. The SS collection shows long sleeves or sleeves decorated by large silk flower. In this collection you will find the most beautiful dresses; from the simplest ones, made of just one kind of fine fabric with toned-down embellishments to elaborate ones with sophisticated details and luxurious lace.
14 Wedding Moments From 'Sex and the City,' Ranked Worst to Best
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We have a running joke at Vogue. Writing about how presidential campaign buttons are a fashion statement? Doing an article on the styling mistakes brides often make? The time Carrie and Miranda tried on those hideous dresses could work well. Rounding up nautical looks just in time for Fleet Week? The list goes on and on. Eighteen years later, the show is as relevant as it was when we first fell in love with it.
Rarely-seen photos of Sarah Jessica Parker and couture wedding dresses from Sex and the City
By Freya Drohan For Dailymail. Sex and the City's die-hard fans were treated to a trip down memory lane when a popular Instagram account dedicated to the show's fashion moments unearthed rare photos of Sarah Jessica Parker trying on couture bridal looks for her character Carrie Bradshaw to model in a Vogue shoot. And no one was more in awe than Sarah, 54 herself, who commented on the shots, 'Ok. Wait a minute.
Full disclosure: I watched wa y too much Sex and the City in college. Like, to the point where my friends and I didn't have cable and permanently kept a few SAT C discs in the DVD player on rotation instead, so we could flip it on and casually watch Carrie and Co. Now, 12 years after the series ended, Sarah Jessica Parker recently told the Press Association that reprising the series or making another movie is a possibility! So now that this hopeful news is out there, what's a wedding editor to do with all her encyclopaedic knowledge of Cosmos and Manolos?