Salvadoran designer by birth, and Colombian at heart, Francesca Miranda, came to our offices to show us some of her latest creations in bridal fashion and evening wear.
Famous for its wedding dresses, its designs are the dream of any woman who is going to pass by the altar: romantic and sophisticated but with a modern touch. Crafted from hand-embroidered lace, rhinestones, and ethereal tulle, the models are elegant and moving, like the mermaid-cut suit with bohemian frills.
The rich and refined textures are also transferred to their evening wear. Spectacular designs featuring lace, to which embroidery, beading and sequins are added in stylized and ultra-feminine silhouettes.
Miranda, who is committed to comfortable garments in flattering tones that make women feel elegant and powerful without losing an iota of modernity, recently presented a collection with a social purpose. In love with the paintings of a Guatemalan artist, she was inspired by her work to create 50 dresses, each one unique and different, with the pattern of her paintings, like the model she wore during our interview.
In addition, she has collaborated with a foundation that protects a small monkey from Barranquilla from extinction, designing some bags made from recycled plastic made by hand by Colombian artisans, which in addition to helping the environment raises funds for said foundation and which will soon be at the sale on their website.