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Spring 2024

Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week: The Spring/Summer 2024 Recap

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Written by: Michelle Durpetti, Michelle Durpetti Events

Each spring, designers from all over the world flock to several locations to present their newest collections in bridal fashion. First there is New York, Milan, and then Barcelona. Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week is arguably one of the most exciting of the bridal fashion weeks, obviously for the beautiful location and of course because some really fabulous designers present their collections there too. Over 21,000 people attended BBFW this year! It was very exciting and held some beautiful events throughout the four days.

From ballgowns to gloves, lace and texture to 3D, there were so many elements that I saw and loved. Designers are still bringing color to the forefront of bridal and I cannot get enough (I wore color at my own wedding which you can see here!). I loved seeing details like little bows and beading, and of course, all of the gorgeous lace — seeing this many gowns in such a short time sends the senses into a delightful overdrive!

Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week is always an absolute dream, full of gorgeous gowns, wonderful friends, spectacular conversations (in three languages) and time spent with industry colleagues and just the right amount of culture followed up by fabulous dinners and events with friends.


Ines Di Santo showed a beautiful presentation thanks to Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week, and the Lies Van dear Rose Pavilion for such an incredibly beautiful morning in Barcelona!  Spring 2024 Couture Collection, “Symphony No. 54 In Full Bloom.”

Her 54th collection showcased floral details, vibrant colors and many textures, from hand-painted details to rhinestones.

See the full collection here.


Perhaps one of the more long-awaited presentations happened on the first evening of BBFW at the Maritime Museum of Barcelona in front of more than 450 guests. The Lebanese haute couture brand Elie Saab presented for the first time at the kick-off gala event organized by Fira de Barcelona.

With a total of 30 looks, eight of which were specially conceived for the occasion, the collection “A Sense Of Wonder Spring 2024” by Elie Saab was inspired by the blossoming kingdoms of Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai. The presentation was meant to transported the audience to an imagined universe of grace and serenity, somewhere between heaven and earth, invoking a sense of wonder.

The Lebanese fashion house’s collection captures a contemporary yet fleeting moment in more than fifteen elegant evanescent gowns, crafted with exquisite fabrics and elaborated floral details. At the same time, the eight embroidered dresses created specifically for this runway show are all about tighter silhouettes, with intricate and iridescent embellishments of sequins, pearls and feathers, enhancing graceful, whimsical, and soft femininity.

See the full collection here.


JESUS PEIRO opened the fashion presentation days of the Fira Barcelona’s Montjuïc venue with his 2024 bridal collection, inspired by the haute couture fashion exhibitions of Paris, France, in the last century.




Basque brand Sophie et Voilà is known for elegant and contemporary minimalist designs.



Vietnamese designer Joli Poli, which debuted with its “Blossom’24” proposal of draping and 3D floral structures on mikado, fabric, and tulle that create exquisite folds and textures.



Isabel Sanchís from Valencia, Spain, presented a strong, seductive, and powerful collection that provided a myriad of silhouettes from long to short, pant suits to plunging necklines, and all of the sultry looks the brand is known for.



Yolancris celebrated a free, daring and more relaxed anti-bride trend for women who want to highlight their silhouette. These two talented designers do wonders with movement, lace, and sleeves! I love a good sleeve and there are always so many beautiful options within each season by Yolancris.




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