Laura Corsini, creator of Bimani, marries the wedding dress her grandmother wore

Laura Corsini, creator of Bimani, marries the wedding dress her grandmother wore

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    After two years of hiatus, weddings in style have returned and this weekend it was the ‘celebrity’ wedding. We have been able to “attend” Laura Corsini’s ‘yes, I want’, creator of the Spanish fashion firm called Bimani. The Madrilenian has married Javier Ibáñez in the beautiful town of Comillas, on the coast of Cantabria. Because of her great link with the fashion industry, Laura Corsini’s wedding dress was highly anticipated by her followers, to whom she has left a beautiful letter in the ‘stories’ of his Instagram profile explaining the choice. She has worn what was her maternal grandmother’s wedding dress. In this way, the designer and businesswoman wanted to pay tribute to Carmina, one of the most important women in her life. How we like these legacy details.

    To tell that she would wear her grandmother’s dress, Laura Corsini has written a few minutes before going up to the altar to the members of her Instagram community, with whom she shares practically every detail of her life to feel united to them.

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    Laura Corsini’s wedding dress was a timeless cut suit. I know It was a piece with a round neckline, French sleeves, a maraca waist and a voluminous flared skirt with a train. A classic that her grandmother wore in 1958 and that today is still perfect for any bride. Not old fashioned. The key to updating it lies in the bride’s own personality.

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    Laura Corsini has worn this very special wedding dress, to which they have dedicated more than 100 hours of conservation so that it was like the first day, opting for a very Bimani style. The minimal air was present in every detail. Her own dress was a very simple piece and the bride has continued that trail with few but very forceful jewels -which belonged to her paternal grandmother- and a simple half-length ponytail, without a veil. The bouquet was wild.

    laura corsini at her wedding

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    For her part, her grandmother Carmina wore this wedding dress with a pearl necklace, tulle veil and a voluminous bow as the headdress she wore.

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    Here is the full letter that Laura Corsini, founder of the Bimani firm, left her Instagram followers before her wedding to say that she was going to wear her grandmother’s wedding dress:

    “My Bimanis,

    Friends, family, dearest women who accompany me day by day.

    Today I will carry you in my heart, you make me enjoy my work, that Bimani is my life, that I love what I do and that I dream of continuing to pamper him all my life. But also, you keep me company and brighten my days for more than 10 years, you are one more reason for my permanent happiness.

    I’m excited, lost, I have a kind of vertigo coupled with the greatest sense of illusion that can exist. I don’t even know how to explain it, I think I’m going to explode.

    I’ll tell you a secret before you walk through that door. I’m getting married in the most special dress for me. This dress was part of a love story that lasted more than 60 years. A life full of affection, admiration and respect, like I want to start with Javier.

    When deciding to get married in this dress, I only thought of one thing: the illusion it would give me and my family. And it is that fashion should not only be for “what will they say”. Fashion also exists to capture emotions and I am just a few minutes away from living the most exciting moment of my life, with the most special dress.

    May “the elegance of simplicity” always win, as she liked to teach us and as I try to copy.

    With all my love for you,

    Laura.”

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