Anna Georgina’s new 2021 Romance collection materializes from a captivating fantasy in a dramatic line up of heirloom gowns set in a lush, South African Colonial garden.
Signature silhouettes are embellished with decadent embroideries in luxurious fabrics in a palette of soft blush and ivory. Dotted jacquard, silk tulle and Chantilly laces transform classic silhouettes; creating an air of royalty, while draped Tulle add an element of whimsy. Dramatic feather capes, big straw hats and hand beaded bodices with wide legged satin pants give versatility to the modern bride. Soft layers of tulle and embellished appliqués create depth and dimension.
“Sensual and cosmopolitan, Anna Georgina, wedding gowns are designed for the self-possessed, confident woman. Our belief is Haute Couture inspired gowns should be made accessible to every woman," - Kobus Dippenaar.
The hallmark of Anna Georgina are elements of haute couture runway gowns are re-created to be wearable. Creative Director Kobus Dippenaar delves into the fantasy ethereal world of high fashion design delivering designs for every bride to feel the grandiose of wearing artistry haute couture and feel like a queen. The brand holds the belief every woman has a beauty of her own; the gown gives the bride the power to believe her own beauty.
Dress designing is the only career Kobus has ever known; following in his mother’s footsteps and long family heritage of designing dresses at the age of 19. With a 30-year background in dress design, Kobus originally designed couture evening gowns and started Anna Georgia in ode to his mother’s dress designing company; with a burning desire for haute couture designed fashion gowns accessible to be more accessible to brides. Anna Georgina caters to an international audience with boutiques located in South Africa, the UK, US and Europe. Headed by Kobus Dippenaar, the current Creative Director, with a team of seamstresses and administration located between HQ’s in South Africa and Germany.
“Dress powerfully, be powerful, and don’t underestimate the power of the feminine.” - Kobus Dippenaar