Fifty One East welcomed its clientele last week for a three-day exclusive Zuhair Murad Bridal Fall 18 collection preview.
The event took place at the Bridal Lounge, Fifty One East, in Lagoona Mall.
The Zuhair Murad Fall 2018 – ‘A Midwinter’s Night Dream’ - bridal collection features “delicate lace, silk chiffon, satin, tiers of ruffles, powdery palette, luxury crystal beading, lace appliques, stunning embellishments and beautiful embroidery”, Fifty One East has said in a statement. Each gown is handcrafted with flowers, which appear in all shapes and sizes throughout the pieces, using the “highest quality fabrics and embellishments”.
“An aurorae borealis, a quartz crystal or blushing cheeks: pink, the eternal symbol of femininity is celebrated throughout Zuhair Murad’s Bridal 2018 Fall Collection,” the statement noted.
The shade is used in a limited palette, ranging from tender ivory to powdered and muted tones, giving centre stage to the house’s savoir-faire and the body it will envelop. The collection “celebrates a tradition both ancient and modernised and more importantly, the woman it is designed for, equally in love and of her time”.
The “highly coveted” designer wedding dresses are the “epitome of feminine sophistication come to life in a bridal gown”, the statement added.
The Zuhair Murad Bridal Fall 2018 Collection is exclusively available at the Bridal Lounge, Fifty One East, Lagoona Mall.
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