Lovely, lovely creations from Lebanese designer Hanna Touma. First up, some yummy pieces from his 2009 Spring/Summer Couture collection. Metallic shades of blue and grey. Aluminium alliteration: shimmery satin sheen or sparkly slivers of silver?
Interesting color scheme for the dress on the left. I initially thought the inspiration for this dress was the beach — sun, sand and sea — but upon closer inspection, it was Dutch post-Impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh’s vividly colorful landscape as shown on the mural painting on the runway. Check out the gentle blue gown on the right – so soft and pretty!
Gorgeous pleated brown number. The brown, blue and white combination on the right looks like a great color palette inspiration for a wedding theme. I’m guessing the original inspiration for this was Van Gogh’s Almond Branches in Bloom.
Bridal capelets with flower details. The left on is giving my a gypsy chic vibe.
And some outstanding pieces from his 07-08 Autumn Winter collection. Champagne gold and silver with ginkgo motif. Sea foam green and off-white pearl color combination works so well.
I think I'm in love with this shade of light turquoise green. Hmmm...
OMG! These are two different kinds of beautiful. Off white vintage-inspired lace with ruffles vs dusty pink sleek satin with feathers.
More inspiration for romantic brides who are into lace and ruffles.
Someone calm me down. So. Much. Beauty. *Gasp* Okay, okay. Fit and flare tulle dress in the gentlest shade of pink and a wrap sleeve gown in old rose with gold detail.
Closing this post with a white wedding dress complete with veil and tiara. I can't stop staring at the gown on the right - the colours, the cut and details are simply breathtaking. Sigh...