The Studio St. Patrick Collection 2018 Collection is full of figure flattering gowns consisting of lace, crepe and Chantilly, combined with tulle, thread embroidery and gemstones. One of our absolute favorites, top model Karolina Kurkova, and long time Pronovias alumni opened and closed this stunning collection.
STUDIO ST. PATRICK 2018 COLLECTION
Karolina Kurkova looking absolutely stunning in this long sleeved hip hugging mermaid gown. This gown is just sexy enough while still looking innocent. This dress leaves no need for a veil and is the perfect opportunity for a stunning hair adornment.
From Studio St. Patrick
The new collection Studio St. Patrick is painstakingly designed down to the last detail. Gowns with unique finishing touches and soft, sophisticated lines that flatter a woman’s figure by combining the latest materials and fabrics with a special sensibility. The rm is focusing on the simple lines of the mermaid silhouette, contrasting this with a revival of the more traditional princess cut with its ample volumes. Daring necklines and plunging backs delicately trace a woman’s figure, lending great expressiveness to many of the new designs.
Back that thing up, how amazing is this illusion backless gown? You'll most likely line this gown, so don't be afraid of trying it on! This sweep train makes for a perfect destination or garden wedding.
It's just as breathtaking from the front! The St. Patrick Collection 2018 Collection really does have a look for everyone. From the sleek figure flattering sheath styles to ballgowns, you are sure to find your perfect fit.
The History of St. Patrick
It all started in 1964 in front of the St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City. The father of Alberto Palatchi, the president of the Pronovias Fashion Group, suggested to his son that he start a company specializing in wedding gowns based on the prêt-à-porter concept. Ever since then, it has become a creative adventure that has grown day by day, in step with fashion and trend.
Hervé Moreau, Pronovias Creative Director is behind this collection of ultra femme overskirts, long capes and appliqués.
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