Reem Acra Collection Spring 2010
It’s fourteen years since Lebanese American designer Reem Acra launched her bridal business. By now, her collections are eagerly awaited and Spring 2010 was no exception.
Her recently launched collection of 15 dresses combine a range of this season’s trends, including the biiiiig skirts (as with Carolina Herrera, I’m still worried about the width of aisles and corridors), the intricate detail associated with Acra’s style in a nod to her early work as an embroidery artist, and skirts draped from the side of the waist.
We at Zk also loved the empire line dresses, all Pride & Prejudice-like – highly flattering and delicately feminine.
Sweet princess-styles reflected the positiveness of Acra’s collection, also very much in line with Vera Wang‘s words on the Martha Stewart Bridal Special featured on our post here on Zk.
In her exclusive interview with Brides.com, Acra mentioned that her collection was”approachable, light and airy”, in her own attempt to shift our focus away from the credit crunch and “uplift the bride and the bridal industry”.
Great news for brides then! Just click below to see the full interview.