Creazioni Elena, passion and tradition in the trademark of craftsmanship

By admin / On May.21.2013 / In Tendenze / Width 0 Comments

Lecce, home of olive oil as well as very skilled artisans in ceramic work and paper mache: here,  set in the shadow of olive trees, Creazioni Elena finds a home, the label which chose the county seat of the Salento peninsula as the location for the production of her bridal gowns.

With three decades of experience in the wedding fashion field, the maison offers designs made to fit every taste and style. Starting with a design made by the bride, with an original creation of the stylist and designer Nadia Orlando, or with an existing model, the company follows all phases of work on the gown, making available to the clientele a complete and personalized service, careful in every small detail.

«The new collections - the stylist unveils -  will be characterized by very precious embroidery, that will make the gown a real jewel, giving ample space to bon ton style models in organza and chiffon and in pure silk».

From the conception of the gown to its creative adaptation, from paper patterns to the choice of fabrics, from the making of the accessories to the appointments in the atelier, a constant stylistic research accompanies the creation of the designs, unique in elegance, quality and tailoring.

«The secret of our success - follows Nadia - is experience. This, incorporated with the needs of the bride, is the secret weapon to create designs in line with fashion and trends of the moment».

Whether in summer or winter, the request of the brides of Creazioni Elena is unanimous: white, always and anyhow. If the client wants to allow herself a touch of color, she could choose the nuances of pink and green;  meanwhile in regards to fabrics, organza remains always the best choice.

«The timeless accessory for brides of every age-  again states the designer -  is surely the veil.  Long or short, simple or embroidered, with or without satin border, it remains an essential detail which survives every fad».

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