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.
[Photo Credit: Courtesy of Romona Keveža]