The couture bridal headpieces in Parant Parant's 'Spring Flowers 2013' collection are gorgeous and have a close connection to nature. The luxurious spring-inspired pieces take their forms of flowers and an environmentally mindful approach to their design.
Swedish designer and founder of Parant Parant, Orjan Jakobsson is inspired by all things vintage and brings this love to his work; though you'd never guess that the components of these exquisitely polished headpieces are anything but brand new. For this collection, the designer scoured flea markets for pieces and secondhand fabrics to recycle into floral forms that reference waterlilies, daisies, forget-me-nots, magnolias and hyacinths.
Even if these decadently designed bridal accessories aren't perfect already, Jakobsson will work to fully customize his pieces to better suit your style or match the your color of dress.
Parant Parant's Couture Bridal Headpieces Reuse Fabric Stylishly
1. Upcycled Fashion - There is a growing trend of repurposing secondhand materials, like Parant Parant's upcycled bridal headpieces, into fashionable and eco-friendly designs.
2. Nature-inspired Accessories - Designers are turning to nature for inspiration, creating unique and luxurious bridal headpieces that mimic the beauty of flowers and plants.
3. Customizable Bridal Accessories - The trend of personalized bridal accessories allows customers to have their pieces fully customized to match their style and wedding dress color.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry has an opportunity to embrace sustainable practices and upcycled materials, driving innovation in eco-friendly designs.
2. Wedding - The wedding industry can cater to the demand for unique and nature-inspired bridal accessories, offering more options to eco-conscious brides.
3. Art and Design - The art and design industry can explore the potential of repurposing materials to create visually stunning and environmentally conscious pieces, like Parant Parant's floral headpieces.