THE FORESEEN VISUAL
adorned with New York Bridal Fashion Week does not solely rely on the 'glam' or chic' labeled box. Among many others, it was found that the event carried another taste one may not recognize or attempt to piece together when envisioning the magic taking place within those three days.
free flowing and intimate.
AT JUST 18 YEARS OLD,
Martinez came across her passion in her mother's tiny apartment hidden in the pages of Vogue magazine. What was once a hand sewn dream tucked away in the corner of a building has evolved into a studio funneled by a tight-knit team located in the heart of Israel.
The designer shot her latest collection at a century old classic Italian mansion—'La Dimora'. Inspired, she then went on to create 17 new gowns that were showcased at NYBFW.
During the presentation, Liz pulled gowns and dressed the models without the fear of time getting in the way. Atop of her sweet, calming, and youthful presence, the relaxed atmosphere allowed room for questions and the opportunity for the audience to touch the gowns and feel the different materials for themselves.
The 'La Dimora' collection is drawn to admire the human figure and appreciate it by decorating it with soft tulle, 3D floral appliqué, beads, silks, chiffon, feathers, and more. The materials appear light, as if the layers could be picked up and tossed effortlessly. The gowns are soft but make a statement. The expression is known and captured without being in your face—delicate but confident.
Although the gowns did most of the talking, they were not left with the final word. Those that appeared to take a backseat in attempt to refrain from stealing the spotlight enhanced the success within bridal fashion week.
Cornerstone Studio's unique wrap around elongated windows captured the essence of the gowns, setting off the material with its limitless natural lighting and white walls.
With OhFleur's foundation specializing in feminine, romantic, and naturalistic pallets, the floral design studio came together and carefully created a vibrant, seasonal inspired look that would elaborate the dresses, drawing an attention to detail to the human eye.