In the splendid setting of the Società del Giardino, the Princess Garden collection and the new capsule of the Atelier collection offer an experience where the bridal world merges with haute couture
Antonio Riva Milano brings Italian manufacturing into the spotlight in Lombardy’s capital city. The Maison, founded over 25 years ago and led by the Maestro couturier, paraded on 12th April at 6.30 p.m. in Via San Paolo 10.
The lights were turned on the wedding dresses and the Atelier capsule, designed to accompany the most special occasions of a dynamic and refined woman.
The Princess Garden bridal collection, characterised by clean lines, fine fabrics and meticulous details, blends the distinctive features of haute couture with the most innovative technicalities.
The sartorial geometries and the knowledge of the female silhouette find their maximum expression in the twenty-four outfits, proposed on as many versatile and modern personalities.
Mikado becomes a puff, organza and lace trace new paths like raffia lace, impalpable layers that overlap to create volume in lightness. The talent and skilful mastery of Antonio Riva, ambassador of Italian manufacture, find their most contemporary expression in Princess Garden.
Timeless, floating and ethereal creations in soft colours and see-through fabrics are the initial touch in the new capsule of the Atelier collection. The colour palette, from ash blue to light blue to nude, works with light to restore the feeling of three-dimensionality.
Antonio Riva plays with fabrics and workmanship, from creponne to hand embroidery to mikado, offering a feeling of delicate refinement. Horsehair, jacquard and lace add texture to the garments and give a romantic and mysterious effect.
The path, in continuous development, is confirmed by a solid presence on the territory where the Maison boasts in Milan the Officina Creativa, in Via della Moscova and the Atelier at Palazzo Toschi Corneliani in Corso Venezia and, in Rome, the Atelier at Palazzo Grazioli in Via del Plebiscito, as well as the Garlate Factory, on Lake Como, dedicated to the production of wedding dresses.
P.Rew.: Guitar Press Office