We had been following the track for some time at the atelier for brides Victoria Imaz, and today we finally find a space to share her nuptial style and collection. Located in Pamplona, behind this atelier is the designer and creator of the firm Yahaira Iriarte, together with all her passion for sewing and for offering brides elegant, honest and versatile dresses through designs prêt-á-porter and custom-made, where she likes the bride to be part of the creative process, design and making of her dress.
On her styleadvocates simplicity of lines and give a different touch through the details: “Dresses cut very neat, elegant and timeless, with basic patterns of infinite possibilities, where the royal fabrics are the protagonists along with meticulous details that make them special. Dresses that bet on enhancing femininity “. In addition, Victoria Imaz’s philosophy is that the bride can wear her dream dress that day without anxiety and without renouncing beauty, quality and tailoring in Spain.
Why only show you one when we can show her last two collections?… So that you don’t miss anything about her universe -and if you don’t know her yet-, we’re talking about her bridal collection 2018 and 2019. With dresses that are a crush!
Victoria Imaz proposes wedding dresses that adapt to the style and personality of each woman, enhancing her femininity and elegance.
The wedding dresses of Victoria Imazare timeless suits with simple lines that adapt to trends through details.
‘Nova Caeli’, Victoria Imaz’s 2019 brides.
Her most recent collection stems from the reflection between tradition and novelty, a dichotomy faced by many brides when looking for their wedding dress. Putting women back at the centre of her universe to fulfil her desires, and as part of that “something new”, Victoria Imaz with ‘Nova Caeli’ bets on new fabrics, laces, textures, shapes and volumes that give life to dresses for the current bride, but without renouncing her identity and the simple and timeless patterns.
As the needs of the bride change as her day progresses, this collection proposes bridal dresses that evolve from removable pieces, such as voluminous skirts, overskirts or tails that are removed to give way to light dresses perfect for dancing all night long. Dresses that adapt to the bride and not the other way around.
Moreover, in this new collection of Victoria Imaz gives us dresses of royal cuts inspired by the famous New Look of Dior, and designs integrated with nature slightly more boho, in which the lace are the great protagonists.
Victoria Imaz bets on fabrics, textures, shapes and volumes to create versatile dresses that adapt to the bride and not the other way around.
‘Chameleon’, Victoria Imaz’s 2018 girlfriends
As a declaration of intentions, the name of her previous collection reflects the philosophy of the firm of involving the bride in the creative process of her dress, to ensure that this suits her personality and concerns . Simple dresses with flowing lines (in crepes, georgette, silk bambula and gauze) on which details are meticulously worked on: embroidery, gems, lace, natural feathers or color notes, among others. Options that allow you to create infinite combinations for the bride to choose.
Yes, as if it were a chameleon, this collection – and in general all the sewing work of the firm – can be personalized by playing with colors, tulles, applications, etc. The bride’s imagination is the limit for Victoria Imaz.
Victoria Imaz’s ‘Chameleon’ is a basic, timeless and contemporary collection, with simple silhouettes (with bodies type body, silhouettes in A and mermaid cut dresses) that give way to the discreet protagonism of the backs and details in sleeves and belts, for example. Wonderful the back in the shape of a bow, with that ‘lady’ touch, or the V-shaped back with pink pedreria and the most glamorous feathers, don’t you think?
You can see all Victoria Imaz’s proposals on her website, and in our ‘Dress Gallery’…