It may be Autumn but the beautiful Kisui Berlin 2017 collection has me dreaming of Spring. These ethereal, natural gowns are perfect for whimsical, country brides. You guys are going to adore the flowing fabrics, delicate detailing and mix and match options.
The exquisite knitwear is perfect to cover up in the chill yet looks so chic. The criss cross back of Connected In Love has such wow factor, I also adore Ella with it’s sweet floral appliqué. Be sure to share your faves in the comments section below.
Oh so pretty.
Kisui Berlin 2017 Collection
“The inspiration theme for this seasons collection has been Swedish midsommar. Lust for live, traditional costumes, dance, culture and fresh love, that is Midsommar. All can be found in the silhouettes, the fresh colours and the used materials. The rural romantic comes in the flowery laces and elaborate details. Kisui is using fine silks and easy silkstretch-fabrics. Special materials like laser-cut-applications give the special kisui-appeal. The kisui-silhouette is soft-flowing and straight. Fishtail dresses and ball gown dresses with an airy approach are completing the collection.”
Edisa & Love Me Sweet
Edisa & Poetic Love
Edisa & Blossoms of Love
Edisa & Wilja
Janne & Silia
Joella & Connected In Love
Joella & Lavin
Lina & Lya
Sienna & Matilda
As a label for High Fashion wedding dresses, kisui opened doors in Berlin 2007. In this all most ten years kisui had big impact as trendsetting line on the European bridal market. Kisui is taking pride in using only carefully selected high-quality materials, which are meliorated by special craftsmanship in Germany to create the gorgeous kisui dresses.
Kerstin Karges is the creative director of kisui. The high skills in design and creative pattern cutting of our head designer are a family heritage. Her grandmother ran a dressmaker atelier and passed on her knowledge about cutting, textiles and processing to her granddaughter. Studying fashion design in Berlin and London, as well as working for designers like Alexander McQueen, Martine Sitbon and Bernhard Wilhelm, Kerstin could amplify those skills. The unique handwriting of the kisui collections is stamped by Kerstins passion for design and the soulful handling of textiles.
Kerstin gowns are made for: “the modern, natural women not for the princess for day”