Romona Keveža Collection Bridal Styles RK9407 and RK8480 featured in the Fall/Winter 2018 issue of D Weddings Magazine
Victoria’s Secret Supermodel Chanel Iman glowed in a Romona Keveža Collection Romona Red 5-ply silk one shoulder gown at The Fragrance Foundation Awards.
Emmy nominated actress Cheryl Hines looked beautiful in a Romona Keveža Collection black Italian silk organza and silk crepe highlights a soft architecturally draped bodice.
The Arrested Development actress stepped out for a night on the town at the Accessories Council awards, hosted at Cipriani's in New York City with her husband, Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Even though we exhaustively cover the latest bridal market runways, seasonal dress trends and, of course, all the celebrity (and royal) nuptials that are blowing up your Twitter feed, we stand by the principle that wedding gowns are classic and, most of all, timeless. The most iconic gowns of the century—think: Grace Kelly’s high-neck lace, Kate Middleton’s modern long sleeves, Solange’s minimalist cape and Bianca Jagger’s bridal suiting—will forever stand the test of time and, like in life, there’s much to glean from history.
Of course, the experts at the most renowned bridal salons in the country know a bit about that subject as they’ve spent years working with the most innovative and talented designers—and the most discerning brides to decide on their dream wedding day look. So whether you are searching for inspiration for your own upcoming wedding, happen to be a fashion merchandising history buff, or just love gazing at the most gorgeous dresses ever, you’ll be interested to discover which designs top the best selling dresses of all time list. So we sought out the expert of experts: Mark Ingram, owner of the prestigious Mark Ingram Atelier in Manhattan’s Upper East Side; Dorothy Silver, Director of Merchandising, at the legendary Kleinfeld, a New York icon since 1941; and Elle Warren, Co-Owner of the tony Warren Barrón in Dallas.
These three have been on the front lines and have much to say about their most coveted gowns and why these dresses mean to much to their brides—and themselves.
2 Romona Keveza 5-ply crepe gowns: style #RK7402 and RK6463
“The new 5-ply crepe gowns by Romona Keveza come in an array of silhouettes and styles which make them appealing to many brides, while the signature 5-ply crepe gives them a rich texture—taking them from simple to extraordinary. These gowns are clean with all the detail focused on the immaculate tailoring. Think: modern day Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy. The underlying trait that makes brides say ‘yes’ to these dresses is that all of them complement a wide variety of body types. Tall or short, curvy or straight, all of these gowns really complement the bride to make her feel her most beautiful on her big day. After all, that’s what it really is about!”
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If you can't wait that long, consider these recent designs from Romona Keveza,
Carolina Herrera, Viktor&Rolf, and more, all of which incorporate the key details of Meghan's own wedding dress—like her boat neck, long sleeves, and slim silhouette—with a slight twist.
For the fourth time in recent history Romona Keveža has predicted a royal wedding style.
Romona Keveža Collection Bridal Style RK9404 & RK9405 debuted during NYBFW on April 12th, 2018. Previous to this Romona Keveža had successfully predicted the wedding dresses of Catherine, The Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Charlene of Monaco and Pippa Middleton. Each time the gown was unveiled at New York Bridal Fashion Week well in advance of the bride's wedding day, making Keveža four for four when it comes to royal wedding dress predictions.
Actress Michelle Rodriguez looked ravishing this evening in a Romona Keveža Collection Romona red silk crepe deep V-halter gown with an A-line skirt and flowing shoulder tail from the Fall 2018 Collection.
“I thought I wanted to wear lace, but it wasn’t until I tried on a Romona Keveza gown that I realized I wanted something more simple,” says the bride. The gown she selected featured a sleek silhouette, a flowing overskirt, and a metallic silver belt at the waist.
Actress Victoria Justice looked stunning at the Kentucky Derby Gala in a Romona Keveža Collection pearl beaded gown with a boat neckline and low V back.
From back to front, the Actress dazzled in the pearl beaded gown.
#THELIST: THE BRIDAL TRENDS OF SPRING 2019:
THE MEGHAN EFFECT
The royal wedding is on the horizon, and designers are feeling the excitement for all things regal, elegant, sophisticated and conservative-with-a-twist. While Meghan Markle's gown still remains under wraps, almost every designer offered up a traditional style that could suit the future Duchess–or you, after you swoon over whatever she wears down the aisle on May 19th.
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The Grammy Nominated Star looked lovely in Lavender as she sat with fellow American Idol Judges; Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan.
Wedding Dresses Fit for Castles from Romona Keveža Spring 2019
The collection is inspired by castles from around the world.
Romona Keveža is known for her beautiful and intricate hand-workmanship, and for her signature label Romona Keveža Collection, she did not disappoint. For spring 2019, Keveža was inspired by all the grand venues around the world and designed dresses that would be perfect bridal gowns for those locales.
Each bridal gown was unique and different. For example, for "Windsor Castle" she showed a sleek and simple gown with a transparent mesh neckline and sleeves, while "La Scala" was an opulent off-the-shoulder metallic floral gown with a crystal-embellished waist broach. Keveža featured plenty of delicate lace numbers as well as a dainty mini floral appliqué gown.
(April 12, 2018 New York, NY)
From England to New York, Italy to Japan, the Spring 2019 Romona Keveža Collection is inspired by some of the most magnificent venues around the world. The collection begins with a signature pearl 5-ply silk crepe gown with long illusion sleeves evoking the elegance and sophistication Romona envisions for a Windsor Castle wedding.
An embroidered appliqué lace gown, reminiscent of the flowers in the gardens of Villa d’Este located in Tivoli, Italy follows, highlighting an asymmetrical neckline and a removable
off-the-shoulder overblouse. This gown is later shown in the presentation without the overblouse and with a detachable organza mohair overskirt, showcasing the versatility of this design. The following gown, inspired by a Rockefeller Plaza wedding, is modern yet classic with a deep v-neck halter bodice and flowing shoulder tail made of silk crepe. A softly fluted silhouette made of French Lilac lace brings us to Jardin Des Tuileries in Paris, France followed by a gown inspired by a Balmoral Castle wedding featuring an elegant long sleeve silk crepe gown with a detachable illusion overskirt. The following silk crepe ball gown featuring a boat-neckline and
three-quarter-length sleeves, radiates the refined luxury of a Buckingham Palace wedding.
The grandeur of La Scala in Milan, Italy is captured with an iridescent silver silk jacquard ball gown with an off-the-shoulder neckline, accented with a rhinestone brooch and buttons.A wedding at Château de Chantilly in France is beautifully portrayed by a French-Net ball gown with grosgrain detailing. We are then taken to the Sakura Gardens in Japan with a lavender white gown made of Swarovski floral embroidered lace and soft A-line skirt, accented with a matching veil. The collection culminates with an awe-inspiring French embossed satin gown, an ode to the majesty of Versailles featuring a basque waist, column skirt and breathtaking detachable overskirt.
The Spring 2019 Romona Keveža Collection embodies worldly sophistication with an undeniable sense of luxury.
Romona Keveza Collection Bridal Style RK8487
Romona Keveza Collection Bridal Style RK8480