Icons ANTIBRIDES: the movement that challenges tradition 16 July, 2021 | 16 July, 2021 ANTIBRIDES: the movement that challenges tradition Breaking with the mainstream and departing from the norms that throughout history have accompanied the concept of ‘bride’: this is what defines this new movement baptized as the ‘antibride’. Princess silhouette dresses, infinite veils, pure white designs… have been the feminine uniform par excellence at the moment of saying ‘I do’ and this is what the anti-bride is opposed to. In order to enhance the creativity and personality of the bride, as well as to surprise the guests, this movement wants to distance itself from all the most common bridal options.Throughout the history of the twentieth century, different celebrities have opted for bridal designs completely groundbreaking for their time. From Jane Birkin, with a semi-transparent white dress made of crochet lace and a flower crown, to Bianca Jagger, with the iconic Yves Saint Laurent tuxedo -with no blouse underneath- combined with a long skirt, or Carrie Bradshaw in the Sex and the City movie, who chose a vintage suit and electric blue Manolo Blahnik. Yolancris and the ‘New Generation’ bride In this latest collection, the house designer, Yolanda Perez, has dedicated an entire line exclusively to less traditional brides: the New Generation. Yolancris presents minimal models to combine with personalized accessories. Greek-inspired dresses with belts and puffed sleeves, versatile blazers to combine with both pants and short dresses, lace with a rocker touch and big bows that break with the concept of the princess bride.