LEGENDS Romona Keveza Spring 2020 featured on POPSUGAR.

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Spring 2020's Biggest Bridal Trends,
From Cinderella Gowns to '80s Leg Slits

By: Sara Wasilak, Editor for POPSUGAR. Fashion

When we say that Spring 2020's bridal trends run the gamut, we aren't kidding. Every look is entirely different. There are midis gathered to the side in '80s fashion, which reveal a slip of leg and make for an awesome shoe moment. Then there are over-the-top lace gowns with high necklines for modest, bohemian brides. Ballgowns are also in style, so if you've always imagined your walk down the aisle to be a magical Cinderella moment, you're in luck.

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LEGENDS Romona Keveza Spring 2020 featured on Wedding Bells

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By: Kate Mendonca for Wedding Bells Magazine

The Legends Romona Keveza Spring 2020 collection of bridal gowns takes us back to the glamorous days of  New York City’s Rainbow Room at the Rockefeller Plaza in the 1940’s and 1950’s. Inspired by the biggest starlets of the day like Lena Horne and Elizabeth Taylor, this collection brings the femininity and softness of the era to today’s contemporary bride. Although this collection’s polished feel has a sophisticated elegance to it, it still maintains an air of playfulness that pays homage to the Hollywood legends that inspired it.

Flowing organza, opulent damasks, and classic French lace embrace the allure of this bygone era while Keveza’s timeless designs are an ideal choice for any luxurious modern wedding. Vintage-inspired elements like the organza ballgown with an illusion boat neckline are reminiscent of Audrey Hepburn’s 1950’s style, and the finale gown features a cut-out neckline and pleated ballgown skirt inspired by Jackie Kennedy’s signature look. Echoing the spirit of old Hollywood glamour, brides today can embrace their inner starlet and become a legend in their own time.

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LEGENDS Romona Keveza Spring 2020 Opens NYBFW

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(April 11, 2019 New York, NY)

Legends Romona Keveža Spring 2020 takes us back in time to the glamour of the Rainbow Room of Rockefeller Plaza in the 1940‘s and 1950’s.

The opening look, a ball gown with a sequin Damask lace bodice, captures the allure of that historic time with a flowing organza cape and is followed by a sequin Damask lace gown highlighting a plunging deep V-neckline and V-back.An organza ball gown with illusion boat neckline is reminiscent of the classic style of Audrey Hepburn. A silk shantung ball gown featuring a deep V-neckline and circle skirt with a slit evokes the sensuality of Elizabeth Taylor. We are then introduced to re-embroidered French lace and Chantilly lace with two A-line silhouettes, one featuring a low illusion neckline, the other showcasing a boat-neckline and long sleeves.

A romantic off-the-shoulder gown with a soft A-line skirt is followed by a fluted luminescent embroidered silhouette that highlights a deep V-neckline. A delicately beaded Alencon lace neckline adds the perfect hint of femininity to an A-line ball gown and a silk satin gown, with empire pleated detail, is inspired by the elegance of Lena Horne. The finale gown, an ode to Jackie Kennedy’s signature style, features a cut-out neckline and a dramatic pleated ball gown skirt.

The Legends Romona Keveža Spring 2020 collection is polished and refined yet playful and romantic, echoing the spirit of the iconic Rainbow Room and inspiring today’s bride to “Be a Legend In Her Own Time”.

LEGENDS Real Bride featured in the New York Times

A Vintage Dream

Grace Chapin James in Legends Romona Keveza

When Grace James started the hunt for the perfect wedding attire, she had two requirements: She wanted to match her vintage, eclectic style and the vibe of her venue, the Bond Chapel at the University of Chicago. Mrs. James found both in a Legends Romona Keveza gown. “I felt fancy, classy, and like there will be no way I’ll look back in a year, or 20, and say, ‘What was I thinking?’,” said Mrs. James who paired her gown with a headpiece by Debbie Carlisle, jewelry by Lulu Frost and a rhinestone belt made of trim she bought at a fabric store.

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