People say, “If it is not in the internet, it never happened.”
Brides today seem to take this statement to heart. A bride would post everything about her special day on her social media accounts. It’s one way to immortalize a once-in-a-lifetime event, after all.
That is why Philippine’s premier bridal designer, Francis Libiran, designed a collection of wedding gowns that are made to look good in those square boxes that every social media platform have.
Mon Amour is a collection of 22 new bridal gowns inspired by Romantic Era art and literature. Considering that a lot of bridal photos only include the waist up, Francis made sure that the top part of the gowns are detail-heavy.
Francis also made sure to highlight the best details of his designs on his social media accounts.
With the intricate patterns, bead-works, laces, and silk bows, any bride who wore these designs will surely be the center of attention, not only on her wedding day but also on social media.
Francis had dressed several celebrity brides. His recent muses were Kapuso actress, Max Collins, and Star Circle member, Kaye Abad.
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