June 12, 2013
Straight from the Runway: Enzoani 2013
Posted by Carrie Goldberg
We were so thrilled to join Enzoani for its runway show, "Take Flight" at the Lyon Air Museum last week in Orange County, California. The show, inspired by the glamour of 1950s luxury flight, opened with the brand's "Love" collection, as a group of gorgeous girls stepped off a vintage plane clad in amazing 40s and 50s-inspired looks. Afterward, we were treated to the "Blue", "Beautiful", and social collections as well as the brand's namesake Enzoani collection. As gowns of every silhouette from white to those with pops of color graced the catwalk, we were most impressed by the collection's jaw-dropping back details and styles that offered exciting new takes on ladylike lace. While the theme of the show had an overall demure look, Enzoani didn't fail to deliver drama in the form of pops of color and a killer cape for the show's finale.
1 Talk about a dramatic entrance! Enzoani debuted their newest "Love" collection inspired by 1950's flight with a group of girls stepping off a vintage aircraft in the brand's latest looks for special occasions.
2 Looking to go short for your reception? Gold finishes on this gown gave the look a little something special to set it apart from traditional aisle grazers.
3 We loved the horsehair bow on the waist of this otherwise classic gown.
4 Looking to go short for your ceremony but still look like a bride? Opt for styles that call to the classics in every way other than the length, like this short stunner.
5 While fuller silhouettes were all the rage, Enzoani provided ample options for those looking to channel the Jazz Age in a modern way, like this slinky lace silhouette.
6 Not feeling chiffon? This stiffer fabric will hold it's shape as you strut.
7 Like us, Enzoani's design team is loving 1950's full skirts and high necklines. Case in point: this full skirted gown with an illusion neckline.
8 We absolutely love lace and are obsessed with flutter sleeves. This dress gave us both in one sweet, sophisticated silhouette.
9 For the finale, Enzoani sent this caped crusader down the catwalk with a jawdropping keyhole back.
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