Bridal des­ti­na­tion

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Fashion - with Desmond Eddy

ZANZIS Cou­ture has joined Karen Wil­lis Holmes on Hay Street, turn­ing the Su­bi­aco lo­ca­tion into a bridal fash­ion des­ti­na­tion.

Hav­ing re­cently fea­tured at New York and Lon­don Fash­ion Week, Wil­lis Holmes de­signs with a vintage fash­ion in­flu­ence, where gowns re­flect ro­mance, sen­su­al­ity and a woman’s in­di­vid­u­al­ity.

“I de­sign with our bride in mind and it is al­ways find­ing the bal­ance be­tween the tra­di­tional and the mod­ern,” Wil­lis Holmes said.

“I de­sign with the mod­ern stylish woman in mind.

“She wants some­thing that is a lit­tle bit dif­fer­ent and unique, that is fash­ion­able but she still wants to be a bride.”

Wil­lis Holmes said lace con­tin­ued to be a pop­u­lar trend for brides, along with ethe­real wed­ding day looks us­ing sheer fab­rics, del­i­cate Chan­tilly, corded laces and beau­ti­ful em­bel­lish work.

“There is a great re­la­tion­ship be­tween Jen­nifer Naglan (Zanzis de­signer) and Wil­lis Holmes that has un­folded, which in it­self is a great story,” she said.

“Both the stores are stun­ning at this lit­tle end of Subi, which is re­ally pick­ing up some nice busi­nesses.”

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