Taking a cue from one of today's hottest topics, the Rita Vinieris Spring 2019 Collection is inspired by MeToo movement. She resoundly delivered exactly what today's modern and empowered woman wants in a wedding dress. Confidence, elegance, beauty and vitality! Staying true to form, Rita Vinieris debuted her 2019 RIVINI and ALYNE Collections with an awe-inspiring art like presentation that had guests still talking about it as they exited Lightbox Studios in lower Manhattan! Style after style walked the runway boasting sophisticated, effortless glamour and chic silhouettes. The rich fabrics embody an energy by refreezing design details. From pantsuits that are going to be hot on trend, to deeper blushes and classic modern princess gowns, we are still mesmerized by the new collections. Each with their own bragging points as you will see here.
Rita Vinieris Spring 2019 Collection is Inspired by MeToo Movement
The Rita Vinieris Spring 2019 Collection is inspired by MeToo movement and all about acceptance and empowerment. From the unique laces and strong confident, simple gowns to the substantial, edgy bearded harnesses, Rita says she wants women feel courageous and empowered when wearing these new breathtaking designs. Added inspiration comes from her love of beauty, life and desire. Backed by luxurious fabrics, architectural draping and a meticulous fit. Subtle finishing touches include soft tucks and pleats, understated beading, sheer panels of fabric, a beguiling illusion and a variety of couture techniques and styles. Workmanship of the highest level, uncompromising quality and fit are the cornerstones to her collections. Vinieris's unerring sense of what modern women desire has shaped a brand that is alluring in its design, chic in its perfection, the essence of simple luxury. This designer always turns heads. But, we must say the Rita Vinieris Spring 2019 Collection is jaw dropping. Known for being in love with the ability to help women find that perfect dress that expresses their personal style - this season being inspired by the MeToo movement - well, she nailed it.