Reference: INL 1901 Thousands of tourists that come to Portugal cannot but admire one awe-inspiring highlight known as the charming Portuguese "azulejos." Only one fleeting glimpse of the dress Adelaide den Rosenberg from the latest collection "Innocentia Divina" will be enough to fall in love with the marvellous creation which is as majestic as the finest ceramic tilework. Undoubtedly, the image created by the dress epitomises freedom and weightlessness. The sophisticated portrait of innocence mingled with sweet naivety is painted with the help of the delicate fabric that gently slides down the fragile silhouette like the tender kiss of summer breeze. The uniqueness of the dress is masterfully accentuated by the exquisite embroidery of sparkling beads that are generously scattered all over the fabric. The celebrated quarter that is called Chiado creates the perfect backdrop for the bewildering variety of vibrant colours playing all over the flowing glittering pleats of the elegant tail embellished with the opulent lace. The unrivalled sparkle of the dress is revealed in the virtuoso combination of beads and lace which create the magnificent melody of women's beauty. Both the low-cut back and the décolletage of the dress look tantalisingly intriguing and emphasise that noble women, who tend to choose such dresses, may be quite resolute and dauntless. The pleasant languor of this dreamy and carefree image is conspicuous in the slit going up one leg whereas the filmy sleeves fall down the shoulders like thin morning haze.
Reference: INL 1902 The imposing architectural monuments of ancient Europe conjure up the ethereal image of Romanism which comes alive soaking up the tenderness of the morning sun. Augusta Victoria is the dress of the incomparable beauty which inspires and empowers its owner like a creative muse that grants freedom to a timid artist. The design is multi-faceted but still harmoniously woven just like the verses of Portuguese romances. This stunning dress can only be worn by a genuine princess who will not fail to sense and value the cultural heritage of medieval Europe. The cosy corners of Lisbon which are so eye-catching in every photo serve as the perfect complement to the practical luxury created by virtue of the finest precious lace carefully swathed in the gauzy flowing skirt. The tail is tastefully adorned with exquisite flowers and it definitely adds a few extra notes of opulence to this creation. The weightless filmy sleeves look like the wings of a lovely angel and endow the dress with freedom and dreaminess. The low-cut décolletage and back make the image less demure bringing the hint of allure. The bodice is covered with numerous flowers just like the sleepy spring garden that is woken by the kiss of the sun and suddenly bursts with aromatic blooms. The exquisite embroidery made of pearls and tiny crystals shimmers softly accentuating the unique charm of the dress. The meticulously chosen fabric slides down the figure just like the pleasant cool of the subtlest breeze which envelops you and makes you feel serene and delighted.
Beatriz de Castela
Reference: INL 1903 The gorgeous bridal image Beatriz de Castela emerges against a flattering backdrop of a splendid local square basking in the tender sun. The glitter of numerous finest threads that envelop the silhouette is bound to catch your eye and pull at your heartstrings. The imitation of the nude bodice is so impeccable that at first glance you might think that the luxurious shimmering patterns are painted all over the fragile body of the model gradually sliding down the weightless gauzy skirt which falls down in gracefully folded cascades. The lavish tail is the highlight that makes the skirt complete. Back in the past this square was crowned with the imposing palace, whereas today the dress Beatriz de Castela receives the role of a precious gem sparkling on the photos which were taken on the site of the majestic building. The dress is irresistibly beautiful and undoubtedly exudes queenly charm and nobility. It goes without saying that even the most demanding fashion connoisseur will admire this creation. The exclusive hue of the dress was achieved as a result of the meticulous combination of diverse layers of fabric. The remarkable design really stands out since the tasteful embroidery made of paillettes is sprinkled generously all over the fabric like a gush of expensive champagne. The dress will definitely help every delicate lady to feel harmony mingled with pleasant languor.
Carlota de Bourbon
Reference: INL 1904 The model wearing the opulent dress Carlota de Bourbon is strolling peacefully down the cosy street covered with the ornate "carpet" of painted tiles. The dress is uniquely demure and its special charm is conspicuous in the graceful simplicity of the design which can be regarded as the true embodiment of bohemian Portugal. Elegance is the quality which is written all over the dress. You can see it in its meticulously cut lines which emphasise the pure beauty of the ingenious designer's creation. Sometimes you just need to free the dress from elaborate patterns and decorations in order to make it special and absolutely resplendent. The initial image of the dress bears the notes of nobility, self-confidence and tenacity mingled with the slightest hint of vanity. Its strict lines are impeccable and the plain straight silk skirt falls down the silhouette as adamantly as the words fall from the lips of an arrogant lady. The delicate cloak is the intricate confection woven from the finest lace flowers, it covers the dress and softens the whole image endowing it with tenderness and childlike sincerity. The exquisite crystal embroidery of the bodice will make you feel like the brightest star whereas the lingering tail will add queenly nobility and graceful opulence to the image which resembles the creation of a talented sculptor suddenly brought to life with a kiss of love. The dress Carlota de Bourbon is bound to touch your soul with its unique combination of elegance and aristocratic style.
Catalina de Austria
Reference: INL 1905 The dress Catalina de Austria carefully swathes the tender silhouette in the finest lace patterns and tasteful embroidery of crystal beads that play with the sun's rays composing a hardly audible melody. This image is as unforgettable as the sweetest love song accompanied on the traditional Portuguese musical instruments. The close-fitting dress flatteringly accentuates the slim figure whereas the masterly combination of filmy fabrics is so intriguing that it almost unveils the mystery of a stunning beautiful lady. The long tail consolidates the dreaminess of this precious confection woven from the magical lace petals. The matching lace cloak with the embroidered slits is as weightless as the tender morning haze falling on a sleepy garden. This dress will be perfect for a vulnerable beauty, who is still lost in the marvellous lingering daydream, but is brave enough to aim higher, broaden her horizons, rush headlong into something new, crazy and simply live her life to the full.
Dulce de Aragón
Reference: INL 1906 The resplendent dress Dulce de Aragon is the very epitome of an attractive modern woman. You will be immediately impressed by the harmonious flow of the finest lace bands that slide down the dress like the powerful but, at the same time, gentle waves of the Tagus. These lace waves envelop the entire dress and gradually engulf the graceful lines of the queenly tail shimmering with the tasteful embroidery of crystals and pearls. The weightlessness of the dress bears a striking resemblance to a dainty fluffy feather of some exotic bird. This visual impression was created by the meticulous combination of the thinnest nets of ivory and nude hues. The dress itself is the unique image of a self-assured lady who is both demure and a bit coquettish. These contradictory notes are united in the accurately cut silhouette brightened up with the flattering embroidery which is so exclusive and unsurpassed that you won't be able to take your eyes off its unique sparkle. The dress is particularly eye-catching because of its "wrap" design, which creates the illusion of two separate dresses united in one marvellous confection. The design is intriguingly alluring and the low-cut décolletage as well as the slit that is going up one leg will leave all the gentlemen riveted to the spot. The exquisitely adorned belt is like the final chord in the love song dedicated to some ravishing Portuguese beauty.
Estefânia de Hohenzollern
Reference: INL 1907 The striking image of the dress Estefania de Hohenzollern emerges against a glamorous backdrop of some jeweller's and cosy cafes. The geometrical pattern performed on the tender lace seems to be born from the inspiration absorbed during a stroll through the unique and posh quarter Chiado. The filmy lightness of the dress looks perfect in the surroundings, harmoniously fitting in the vibes of its meandering streets paved with cobblestones bearing intricate medieval motifs. The highlight of this impeccable design is concealed in the tiny chains created from thousands of twinkling paillettes which are tightly intertwined into one perfect unity. It may occur to you that these chains show the way to Heaven. The perfect silhouette accentuates the fragile waist and falls down to be completed with the opulent shimmering tail. The immaculate purity of this bridal confection is slightly freshened with the tempting décolletage and the tantalising slit. This elegant image is veiled into an air of mystery as the dress is shrouded in the thinnest haze of the cloak made of the finest transparent net sprinkled lavishly with crystal beads, gems and paillettes.
Filipa de Lencastre
Reference: INL 1908 The sweet melody of a romantic Portuguese fado fills up the air around the cosy street. Right in the middle you cannot but notice the admirable image of an elegant noble lady stepping carefully on the ornate cobblestones and demonstrating the sheer beauty of the dress Filipa de Lancastre. This dress is impeccable and absolutely ethereal, but its enticing décolletage as well as the low-cut back are bound to raise apparent contradictions. On the one hand, the design depicts an innocent and vulnerable girl, but on the other hand, it endows her with the features of a cunning but highly aristocratic vamp. The combination of various filmy layers of fabric creates the unique hue of the dress basis and at first glance it may occur to you that the glistening enigmatic motives are painted all over the body of the girl. This illusion flatteringly accentuates the fragile silhouette of the dress. The skirt cut with the effect of the seamless technique symbolises the feeling of uncompromising entirety and only contributes to the uniqueness of the design. This lovely confection exudes light and positive energy featured in the exquisite floral motifs of the opulent lace.
Isabel de Aragão
Reference: INL 1909 The imperial legacy of Portugal finds the eloquent expression in the daring image created by the dress Isabel de Aragao. This dress is predestined to belong only to an assertive and ravishing woman who never hides her special air of charming insolence. The fragile figure will be flatteringly accentuated by the accurately cut silhouette with the perfectly matching tempting slits. The delicate weightless lace performs the role of a sleepy languorous garden bursting with blooms of flowers that generously adorn the dress. The luxurious embroidery of paillettes is as mysterious and enticing as the shimmer of the Atlantic. The lingering tail encircles the hem like the fluffy ocean foam sprinkled with magical flowers and pearls. This dress epitomises freedom and great daring. This flowery confection engulfs the delicate silhouette completing the image with the exclusively embroidered tail. This creation in its entirety is ideal for the genuine Portuguese queen Isabel de Aragao.
Leonor de Avis
Reference: INL 1910 You can catch a glimpse of a model in the gorgeous dress Leonor de Avis strolling peacefully through the meandering streets of ancient Lisbon and soaking up its unique vibes. The silky tenderness of the dress resembles the tin-glazed ceramic tilework azulejo and is crowned with the combination of silvery and milky hues that come together in the finest embroidery. The geometrical patterns of this bridal confection are unusually intriguing and refreshing. They perfectly accentuate the fragile silhouette of the dress with thin straps. The bodice is accurately marked with the shimmering belt which envelops the waistline and draws your undivided attention to the flowing skirt that falls down in abundant luxurious cascades. The lingering tail is as light and tender as an arum lily and serves as the ideal embellishment of this enticing image. The intriguingly cut back is sprinkled with the virtuoso embroidery which is composed of crystals, pearls and Swarovski. The demure and shy image created by this elegant silhouette oozes genuine charm and warmth.
Luisa de Gusmão
Reference: INL 1911 The image of an enigmatic bird with precious silky feathers is embodied in the creation of unrivalled beauty bearing the name Luisa de Gusmão. This dress is endowed with the special character which is conspicuous in the tender and at the same time majestically ravishing silhouette. The charming fragility of the image is tastefully accentuated by the thinnest net that falls down revealing the shoulders. The feathery cascades gradually flow into the weightless sleeves and the transparent haze of the aristocratic tail. The wide skirt adds an air of queenly confidence and the slightest note of arrogance. This resplendent dress is meticulously woven from various types of delicate hand-made lace lavishly embellished with the luxurious embroidery. This quintessence of opulence will undoubtedly leave you speechless and awestruck. The exquisite adornment with the use of dainty ostrich feathers and pearls is bound to take centre stage and catch astounded glances. The model wearing the dress Luisa de Gusmão looks like a genuine muse wandering through the serenity of the cosy streets in ancient Lisbon.
Margarida de Austria
Reference: INL 1912 The magnificence of the dress Margarida de Austria is as magnetic as breathtaking Lisbon which holds a great fascination for all a host of tourists eager to immerse themselves in its unique history and unforgettable vibes. The tight-fitting bodice is decorated with the exquisite lace. The delicate lacy patterns are encrusted with the sophisticated embroidery that endows the volume flowers with the noble silvery sparkle. The soft weightless fabric falls down the fragile silhouette to be completed with the abundance of the lingering tail. Pailletes are scattered all over the dress and twinkle like a million stars. The dainty embroidered straps are shrouded gingerly in the gauzy sleeves. The dress can be regarded as the true epitome of romance and dreamy languor.
Maria de Sabóia
Reference: INL 1913 The ravishing girl in the dress Maria de Saboia is walking down the street fringed with ancient houses and charming little cafes and you cannot but notice a spring in her step. Beauty is all about happiness deep down in our hearts. So, the owner of this dress is predestined to feel a wave of delight and blissful inspiration. The dress creates the quintessential image of a happy and self-sufficient woman who knows her own worth. The long tail that falls lavishly on ornate ceramic tilework immediately catches astonished glances of passers-by. The tender silhouette flatteringly accentuates the slim waistline. Like the rays of the sun shining over the Mediterranean the strokes of the exquisite embroidery endow the dress with the unsurpassed sparkle and conjure up the images of ornate Portuguese azulejos. This stunning confection will definitely leave you entranced. The straps of precious lace create the unforgettable symphony spreading through the fabric together with the sophisticated fringes made of pearls and crystal beads. The tasteful embellishments meticulously carve out the impeccable depiction of a gorgeous noble lady who is used to being in the limelight. The design leaves the shoulders revealed to the kiss of the warm sun and this highlight adds a few romantic notes to the image of a strong and daring woman.
Reference: INL 1914 The harmonious combination of diverse architectural styles is conspicuous in the absorbing ensemble of buildings towering above the meandering streets of Lisbon. In the same way the elaborate blend of fabrics and materials endows the dress Marie Amélie with its unparalleled charm. The tenderness of the image is created with the help of the finest lace. The close-fitting bodice accentuates the slender waistline and the wrap skirt falls down gracefully revealing the slim legs of the model and adding a hint of allure. The dress is the sheer epitome of freedom and dreaminess. The delicate straps sprinkled with the exquisite sparkling embroidery are veiled in the filmy wings of the sleeves that make the dress a bit coquettish and bring a few notes of childlike sincerity. The removable filmy skirt is like the morning haze which envelops the fragile silhouette. This special highlight makes the dress even more adorable. The lacy trail is the final luxurious flourish that completes this opulent confection.
Reference: INL 1915 The dress Santa Isabel paints the image of a pensive beauty with a ravishing dreamy smile. The dress is eye-catching because of the unique sparkle of the generous embroidery spreading all over the dress and basking greedily in the dazzling sunshine. The opulent decoration endows the dress with an air of upper-class opulence. The softness of the lace delicately accentuates the silhouette of the bridal image. The flowing grace of the fabric laden with the heavy glittering embroidery makes the dress especially mysterious and enticing. The romantic illusion of the revealed shoulders gingerly shrouded in the transparent nude net fits in perfectly with the dainty features of this bridal confection. It goes without saying that the dress looks resplendent against the backdrop of ancient Lisbon. The dress is like the melody that has its own rhythm fine-tuned with the synergy of lace and embroidery.
Sofia de Neuburgo
Reference: INL 1916 The design of the dress Sofia de Neuburgo gingerly intertwines tenderness and seduction. The classic cut of the dress is meticulously composed of the genuine delicate silk and the queenly tail moves smoothly like the lazy wave eager to smother the tired shore with its kiss. The fragile waist is accentuated by the narrow embroidered belt. The virtuoso embroidery falls down like the precious diamond encrustation of a queen's crown. The intriguing back of the dress makes the aristocratic style a little bit playful and coquettish. Crystals twinkle on the milky softness of the silk and enchant everyone who lays eyes on this impeccable example of noble luxury.