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WEDDING AND BEYOND: La Perla's Bridal Collection
Text by Justin Ng | Photo courtesy of La Perla
18.04.2019
La Perla bridal collection
La Perla bridal collection
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One may point to Kourtney Kardashian wearing a lace bra paired with a sparkling dress, or Priyanka Chopra in a bodysuit and a polka dot frock as top-drawer lingerie brand La Perla’s slow but steady transition into outerwear. Now, with the next phase of evolution underway, a brand once only suited to something underneath your wedding dress has become it; Under the helm of Alessandra Bertuzzi – who became creative director last August –  the brand is debuting a made-to-measure bridal collection in intimate fashion. Featuring a hooded cape-dress, a tight gold dress and some sleek slipdresses, the adaptable ready-to-wear looks will have you looking amazing on your wedding day and even on the romantic days beyond them. 

 

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