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Italian wedding gowns on Expo catwalk

06-27-2010 14:44 BJT Special Report: Shanghai World Expo 2010 |

EXPO visitors to the Italy National Pavilion were dazzled by a fashion show last night featuring a collection of more than 40 Italian designed and made wedding and evening gowns.

The gowns were all hand-made and designed by renowned Italy fashion firms Azzurra Collezione, Bellantuono, Giovanna Sbiroli, Rossorame, Ninfe Collezioni Sposa, Anna Primiceri Spose and Gianni Calignano.

They were made of silk and with lace and bow knot decorations.

Rossorame's designer Bruno Simeone said he had worked in China for three years. That had inspired him to introduce Eastern female grace to the new designs, he said.

Simeone defined the Italian fashion style as a good combination of colors and styles.

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source:

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