Italian Stories! The Herbarium 2018 Wedding Dress Collection by Warsaw Poet
Absolutely gorgeous new wedding dress collection alert! Shot on location on the breathtaking Amalfi Coast – these seriously stylish wedding dresses, new for 2018 will have you wanting more, more, more.
Words by Magda. Images by Sonia Szostak.
We are pleased to present the most beautiful subjectively selected photos from the ‘Herbarium 2018’ collection of the Polish brand, WARSAW POET.
The founder and designer of the brand is Magda Socha-Wlodarska, previously a co-creator of the Moons duet, whose creations could be seen on red carpets during many prestigious ceremonies in Poland.
It is worth noting that Magda was also the host of the Polish edition of the ‘Something borrowed, something new’ tv programme in which she transformed and gave new life to wedding dresses with history, creations inherited from mothers, grandmothers and friends.
It is her nature to go against the grain and try to break popular wedding stereotypes. Her dresses are exactly a reflection of her beloved aesthetics, philosophy, a way of life and perception of the world. This is definitely something more than a brand. This is a story that bothers and delights, a story you want to identify yourself with and have a first-hand experience.
The ‘Herbarium 2018’ image session of the Warsaw Poet brand was captured in the south of Italy on the Amalfi Coast by Sonia Szostak, a valued Polish photographer, the winner of the Polish ELLE Style Awards 2016 discovery of the year.
Magda admits she exactly knew from the beginning who she wanted to do the session with, the ladies clicked and this relationship turned into a beautiful friendly journey during which the Italian story they both dreamed about was created.
The intimate, family atmosphere of the session made each of the pictures more than just immortalizing the model. There is a short story in each of them that affects the senses. The pictures were taken, among others in Minori, Amalfi, in the extraordinary corner of Fiordo di Furore, as well as in some charming places discovered by accident.