Hot blistering Summer days are a breed of their own, and it’s the dry desert heat and the sun-baked tones against mountain rages that inspired and set the scene for the brand new L’eto Bridal “Palm Springs” collection.
The brand’s second release (after their debut here) stays true to the designer, Anya Ostapenko’s desire to step away from tradition, creating gowns that are free from restraint and for brides to be who want something less traditional and more free-flowing for their day.
“Palm Springs” brings to life midriff-baring separates, billowing sleeves, high collars, floating sashes, and voluminous skirts designed to bring comfort and ease to their wearer, slipping into their wedding day attire as easily as they would their day to day wardrobe. This is a collection that while designed for brides who are perhaps more alternative, suits any style, able to be dressed up or down, accessorised from the blank canvas to create one’s own personal look
In their words “The faded colours of the widely-recognized architecture exude heat and feel sun-baked, and call to mind the mid-century desert modernism of the area. As we yearn for a time that might never have been, the landscape promises escapism into a mirage world.”
L’eto Bridal “Palm Springs” is available now from the brand’s Sydney studio.
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