Every girl should be married, says the title of the film from 1948 starring Cary Grant and Diana Lynn. In those times ‘the rule’ was still very much in vogue and no matter how, respectable women should have had a husband.
Nowadays, marriage certainly can have few different values than it used to, or at least in can be this way in an ideal romantic world: love, first of all, friendship and respect. If this is the case, did you ever think how the wedding dress should look like today? Is the dress portraying feelings or even the future of the couple?
For the Spring/Summer Campaign, Comme des Garçons vision about the wedding dress was, for sure, revolutionary. Big perfect white bow cuffs, hands hidden in pockets or huge sleeves were key symbols for the collection. Handcuffed brides and perverse purity for the wedding night is the theme of the Japanese house which imagined Napoleon’s bride exiled on the island of St. Helena.