The ABCs of talented designers of Made in Tuscany fashion for the Bride
Italians may feel like there are many things about our country about which they can complain, but one thing is for certain: if you desire to be married in a unique location, eat and drink divinely, and dress like a princess, this is definitely the right place.
In particular, the region of Tuscany, hotbed of art, culture, and style, ranks among the world’s favorite destinations for tourists of romance. (That’s why we’re presenting Love me in Tuscany at the next ITB International Tourism Trade-show in Berlin!)
Here’s a few of the great designers, who have always produced for great fashion for the knowledgeable future bride, that you can find in Tuscany.
C, for (Roberto) Cavalli
The theatrical head of the celebrated Florentine fashion house, Roberto Cavalli, whose ready-to-wear collections are always so audacious and sexy, revealed a romantic surprise, almost chaste, with his bridal creations.
F, for (Salvatore) Ferragamo
In the imagination of the shoe obsessed, Salvatore Ferragamo is one of the most incredible “fruits” of the green and verdant Tuscany.
His shoes are collectable pieces of art and fine examples of the originality and excellence of Italian artisanship.
G, for Gucci
Founded by Guccio Gucci in 1921 in Florence, Gucci has nearly a century of experience refining and obsessively tailoring its collections.
The model that this fashion house prefers for formal occasions is definitely the man.
P, for (Emilio) Pucci
Heir of the noble Pucci family of Florence, and known worldwide for the iconic prints of his scarves, Emilio Pucci gives his name to a brand that does not specialize in bridal-wear, but one that gives future brides a feeling of youth and “transgression.” The bride can show off her own style by selecting an alternative to the classic dress.
As was displayed in this immortal skirt from 2012 in Vogue Australia.
S, for (Ermanno) Scervino
Last, but not least: a grand representative of the high fashion of Florence, Ermanno Scervino. Dreamlike dresses take shape out of his romantic creativity, like ethereal clouds in their delicate shades and effervescent cloth.
It was difficult to think of someone who could compete with these masters of Florentine style, but perhaps it is…
Someone with a natural tendency for fairytale: