Some legends are born, some are made, and some are designed by Romona Keveza. Launched in 2006, Roman Keveza's Legends line embodies the feminine grace and iconic style of the fashion legends of this era and those past. (Think: The iconic bridal styles and fashionable air of Jackie Kennedy, Audrey Hepburn, and Grace Kelly.) While the Legends collection is always effortlessly sophisticated, classic, and oh-so-pretty, the reveal of Romona Keveza's Spring 2017 line proved that the designer herself may be just legendary as the stylish stars of yesteryear that she's often inspired by.
This season's Legends collection brought us to the 1940's streets of Paris. Inspired by Parisian culture, and particularly La Vie En Rose, Romona Keveza played up the romance with her trademark lacey looks for a collection that stakes it's claim as the epitome of femininity.
For Keveza, "La Vie En Rose" is a state of being. Romantic lace and a lush-yet-delicate blush palette come together in a magical midsummer's night dream for Spring 2017. The emphasis throughout the collection is placed on femininity in all of it's resplendent forms, thanks to Romona Keveza's ample use of French hand-sewn laces, Chantilly lace and "La Vie En Rose" — a custom-made lace, created specifically for the Spring 2017 collection.
With sculpted necklines, blush-hued fabrics, and delicately draped bodices, the newest Legends collection is exactly what it should be — legendary. Some of our favorite wedding dresses from the collection include a blush silk-shantung taffeta ball gown with a boat-neckline accented with lace appliqué accents, and Keveza's ivory sheath gown, featuring a deep V-illusion neckline and her new "La Vie En Rose" lace.
One look at these gorgeous gowns and you can practically hear the sound of Édith Piaf crooning off in a smoky Paris café in the distance. Don't believe us? Click through the photos of take Romona Keveza s Legends Spring 2017 collection and see for yourself.
Photo: Blush La Vie En Rose lace gown with sweetheart neckline and fluted skirt, Legends by Romona Keveza