Julie Vino San Miguel

Julie Vino Couture Unveils San Miguel Bridal Collection for Spring 2019

Designer Julie Vino is known for channeling a range of worldly inspirations into her couture fashion designs. Over the years, her jaw-dropping bridal collections have been inspired by beautiful international cities and travel destinations like Rome, Paris, Havana, Napoli, and more. During this October season of New York Bridal Fashion Week, the new Julie Vino San Miguel collection for Spring 2019 was unveiled – and it just may be one of her most beautiful presentations yet.

“This season my collection was inspired by the special colors and energy of San Miquel de Allende, Mexico,” designer Julie Vino shared about this season’s Mexican inspiration. “In this collection I designed all of the fabrics especially for this collection with chiffon, silk and other flowing fabrics which match the styles of the collection. The shapes are a combination of symmetric to non symmetric, clean to embodied, matte to glossy which shows the direction I wanted to take my brides this season.”

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Of course, to go along with this Mexican themed dress collection, The Julie Vino Haute Couture brand took to the streets of San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, to capture the lookbook photo shoot imagery. The line’s incredibly detailed necklines, gorgeous bodies, plunging neckline, backless cutouts, and more standout features were on full display, and we are absolutely transfixed.

The colorful buildings, historic scenery, and live musicians and entertainers bring the celebration within each of these absolutely captivating gowns to life. Which is perfect, since every bride wants her wedding day to be an unforgettable celebration!

Click through the gallery below to be inspired by the stunning Julie Vino San Miguel collection bridal lookbook for Spring 2019.

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For even more stories from the Julie Vino brand, be sure to catch Richard Magazine’s past season interview with the designer in the player below.

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