By Azure Nelson,
Published Jan 1, 2010
About Bride Chic
Most of these futuristic veil creations would make even Judy Jetson look like she's got a thing going with vintage. With the exception of the Watters treasure below (photo 6), these are not necessarily looks to come down a wedding aisle near you, but concepts designers
and fashion photographers put out there to inspire or wow us into thinking beyond bridal fashion's
safe beige parameters
Whatever was Raimon Bundo thinking when he sent these lovely twins down the catwalk? I call this image 'Gemini Bassinets' for obvious reasons. It does prompt some green thinking though. What better use for a veil after the wedding? To crown your eventual new arrival's crib or bassinet with a Sleeping Beauty style canopy. I'd think twice before adding this headpiece
to Junior's crib though . . .
For me this head covering from Beijing Fashion Week, November 2009 is oddly reminiscent of a bunch of white Rubic's cubes strung together. Or is it DNA molecules?
Photos 4 & 5:
While uber-poufs out of tulle and organza are making headlines, these shapes of what look like organdy and gauze sculpt differently bringing the pouf headpiece to a different level . .
Maybe not as futuristic as unique, this ruched up tulle veil reminds me of headpieces found in old Flemish paintings.
On the right bride in the right gown it's a really different touch.
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