Miquel Suay's "Amberlace" collection was showcased at Barcelona Bridal Week 2015, the collection was inspired by the femininity of the modern woman, a woman who was born into a period of change, the era of the Roaring Twenties.
The collection featured feminine silhouettes, embracing and enhancing the bride's curves.
Materials used in the collection were organza, delicate gauze, and transparent, lightweight, ethereal fabrics, dropping to form flowing, sensual movements.
"Skirts with slits revealing endless legs. Geometric detailing reminiscent of Art Deco. Layered lace, transparencies and guipures revealing the most suggestive décolletages and plunging backlines. All set off by tiny details and sparkles in gold and silver, giving the collection a touch of luxury, elegance and sophistication for the distinctive woman. These convertible garments represent the changing woman: sleeves that can be added or removed, and bodices and accessories that can be superimposed over exquisite dresses, thus transforming the look for different moments of that very special day." - Barcelona Bridal Week.com