Kaviar Gauche Reveals Shocking Wedding Dress at Berlin Fashion Week

24 Jan

I´m sure most of you would agree that the actual wedding dress is one of the most important things in a wedding, the majority of brides spend lots of time and money trying to find the perfect one for them, one that is the right combination of timeless classic and modern, one that wows the guests and, of course, the groom.. But at Berlin Fashion Week, edgy German bridal house Kaviar Gauche, revealed what might be the most shocking wedding gown yet, basically a glorified g-string with a veil!

The mind-boggling “gown” looks like it´s made of a few diminutive pieces of fabric joined together with a central strip. The ensemble slips over a thong bikini brief, and the whole outfit is covered in a see-through, floor-length veil.

The shocking dress is the latest in a long line of out-there creations by the designers Alexandra Fischer-Röhler and Johanna Kühl, who’ve famously sent their models down the catwalk in barely there outfits.

Whether the g-string wedding dress will catch on with modern-day brides is anyone’s guess, but I think this is one to be saved for the privacy of the wedding night!!

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2 Responses to “Kaviar Gauche Reveals Shocking Wedding Dress at Berlin Fashion Week”

  1. oohmrsjames January 24, 2012 at 19:32 #

    Hahaha! Looks like something Lady Gaga might wear on her special day!

    • bodastory January 24, 2012 at 19:38 #

      Hahaha! I know! Can you imagine walking down a church aisle in this? On your dad´s arm? Hehehe! A “normal” person would never wear it…

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