NewsBlack Brides-To-Be Are Gagging Over New Bridal Line By Hanifa

Black Brides-To-Be Are Gagging Over New Bridal Line By Hanifa

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WEST HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA – NOVEMBER 14: Anifa Mvuemba attends Christian Louboutin and InStyle dinner at San Vicente Bungalows on November 14, 2021 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Randy Shropshire/Getty Images for InStyle)

Hanifa, a celebrity-favorite designer hailing from Washington, D.C., is venturing into wedding couture in her latest collection. The brand’s founder, Anifa Mvuemba, is unveiling her debut line of bridal gowns at her upcoming show on Oct. 15.

The acclaimed designer’s first display of Bridal gowns showcases ready-to-wear looks as well, expanding on the already popular dresses the Black-owned brand became a household name for. Hanifa’s official Instagram account made the announcement of its subsidiary line in a shared post.

 

Envisioned for “a woman without limits,” Hanifa Bridal seeks to create timeless yet innovative looks so that every soon-to-be Mrs. shines on her perfect day. Prior to her official dive into the fashion category, the visionary was already taking custom wedding dress orders for her diverse clientele as she built her emerging fashion empire.
Staying true to being a beacon of inclusivity for all body types, Hanifa Bridal will feature a wide range of sizes adorned with custom features, such as beading and feathers incorporated into the gowns. By also utilizing fabrics such as satin and silk to create a flowing silhouette, Hanifa will curate a moment of elegance fit for any and every bride.

 

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Source: Black Enterprise

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