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Glen Spose presents wedding & formal dresses lines
May '13
The new Glen Spose line interprets and makes the latest trends unique when it comes to wedding and full dresses: elegant, romantic, fairy-like dresses are created.

Details are elaborate and rich: marvellous ornaments, refined organza fabrics in pure silk, princely trains, Swarovski crystals, tulle, lace and finely-crafted materials.

The dresses by Paola Stramucci are designed at fashion house Glen Spose, in a warm, refined environment, where Paola personally welcomes every customer, along with her assistants and expert embroiderers.

This welcoming background is framed by the charm and elegance of the historic "Palazzo Santa Croce", dating back to 1500, in the heart of the city of Rome where Glen Spose fashion atelier and shop is located.

"A special relationship with each lady arises - Paola tells us - as they all need to feel my closeness as I create the perfect dress for them. And exactly because of the fabric's quality or the attention to detail, many of the people who come with the future bride consider the idea of wearing a Glen Spose full dress on the same occasion or on other occasions".

The same style and principles combining fashion and passion for detail characterize Glen Spose models for evening dresses, full dresses or for major events. They are all handmade, custom-made and they are perfect for every kind of event: dinner parties, soirees es, theatre and post-theatre nights out, "debuts", ceremonies and other mundane events.

"I was wishing to create dresses that would meet the tastes of women of all ages, who want to look impeccable on all important events - adds stylist Paola - Our 2013 collection also shows a meticulous search for elegant materials, fine fabrics, silk manufacturing including chiffon, duchesse or satin. The dresses can be enhanced by adding our very own accessories so that you can have your own, custom, wedding or formal dress from Italy.

Glen Spose is a fashion atelier and shop in the centre of Rome, in Italy and it's led by Italian fashion designer Paola Stramucci who specializes in creation of bridal dresses, formal and cerimony dresses which are designed with precious materials and exclusively for every customer.

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