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Victoria Kyriakides,  is expanding her labels’ international horizons starting from the London market. The designer was chosen to participate in London’s most high end bridal catwalk show, showcasing her Grecian chic 2013 collection.

Using her trademark  minimal geometric Grecian aesthetics, she managed to make a difference and steal the limelight by becoming a press favorite of the international designers category. Fashion Editors from Vogue,  Martha Stewart Μagazine New York, Brides London Magazine, Wedding Magazine, Perfect Wedding, White Magazine Milan, Elle London,  Conde Nast Publications and more came to see the collection.

Following the successful editorial in Harper’s Bazaar, the collection is traveling again to be photographed in exclusive editorials for Brides Magazine London and  Wedding Magazine.

The designer dears to bring down the stereotype merengue style bride, by redefining organza while sculpting the fabrics onto the body, forming the shapes in such a way to complement the body and follow every motion. Dynamic style and femininity join handmade French Chantilly lace and unique Macrame designs, into inspirational creations adorning silk in its every version.

Greek haute couture managed to stand out thanks to a subversive bridal catwalk show. The whole concept became complete with the amazing headpieces inspired by the designer and brought to life by artist/hat-maker Malena Maxla- while the jewelry was created exclusively by Naya Ferentinoy.

As it seems we will have more to look upon to…

“Brides Publisher, Camilla Newman, particularly loved Greek designer Victoria Kyriakides’ collection: ‘Asymmetric cuts, pleats and fluid shapes make this collection beautifully fashion forward’.” (Brides Magazine)

“Victoria Kyriakides – Wonderful use of fabrics whether layered or pleated, a very beautiful and sexy collection“, says Branwen Llewellyn of zankyou.co.uk

Victoria Kyriakides showed a comprehensive understanding of clever pattern cutting with layer upon layer of origami style shapes, pleats and ruffles creating a very future forward collection further enhanced by paper origami gladiator inspired headdresses.  (Bride chic blog)

“Victoria Kyriakides suggest airy and unique creations inspired by the ’70’s”, says the  fashion editor of hochzeit.de

Some even tweeted about the Futuristic Grecian collection on the spot:

“Brides Magazine ‏@Bridesmagazine Laid-back floaty gowns from @Vict_Kyriakides perfect for a romantic beach wedding. Origami-like pleats at – very fashion forward!” tweets Brides Magazine.

“Wow- Amazing”,  tweets one of the most well known UK bridal blogs LoveMyDressBlog while posting a tweet-pic.