The New York based Argentinian designer, who has designed a collection of evening wear for seven years, showed his latin roots by infusing the looks with a sexy flair, as in a column gown with a ruffled train and sheer mesh, illusion bustier neckline.
In her first Bridal collection, Gustavo Cadile was inspired by the tradition of European Royal weddings, proposing combinations of unexpected textures and floral appliques mixing them with the most traditional fabrics such as Gazar, Mikados and Chantilly lace, thus giving a regal shapes and glamorous silhouettes.
For his second bridal collection, Gustavo Cadile fused romance and sensuality in slinkier, more body-conscious silhouettes than in his debut lineup. There were eight new styles, including a floral silk jacquard mermaid skirt offered with either a sleeveless cropped top or a sheer, long-sleeve jacket covered in sparkling floral appliqués — both options equally luxurious and modern. The New York-based Argentinian designer, who has designed a collection of eveningwear for seven years, showed his Latin roots by infusing the looks with a sexy flair, as in a column gown with a ruffled train and a sheer mesh, illusion bustier neckline.