Bernhard Dyne Showcases at London Fashion Week

Bernhard Dyne presented her latest collection “VRONSKY” at London Fashion Week. Bernhard Dyne’s collection for Spring/Summer’18 was warmly welcomed both by press and celebrity audience some to mention Sarah Harding, Rebecca Choo, Love Island contestant Nathan Joseph and political scientist Anna Maria Galojan.

This one of a kind collection is the first collaboration between Bernhard Dyne and milliner Anna Gilder. Bernhard Dyne is a British brand designed by Lilidžand. Bernhard Dyne collections are described by beautiful feminine aesthetics and elegant styles influenced by cultural movements. This is the third time when Bernhard Dyne has been showcased at London Fashion Week. The brand has received positive feedback both locally and internationally.


Bernhard Dyne’s latest collection “VRONSKY” is inspired by Leo Tolstoy’s novel ‘Anna Karenina’. Collection for Spring/Summer’18 captures the essence of Imperial Russia – magnificent dresses reflecting the identity of women of the time. The muse of the collection is Tolstoy’s heroine Anna Karenina- a strong, statuesque and elegant woman with fashion sense influenced by social status and complex internal life.

The styles are characterised by elegant overabundance- luxurious and full dresses, rich silks and feminine silhouettes. Flowing silk dresses with sheer transparent sleeves and backs are complimented by floral motifs, 3D flower effects and abundance of pearls and crystals.

Bordeaux is the main colour for Spring/Summer’18 collection. The richness and different shades of Bordeaux symbolise the hidden depths and passions of Bernhard Dyne’s muse Anna Karenina. Colours are bold and dramatic.

Milliner Anna Gilder presented her SS18 collection “HIGH SOCIETY” alongside Bernhad Dyne. Anna Gilder pays homage to the feminine looks of 19th century Imperial Russia. The designer created magnificent creations of silk and taffeta, rich velvets decorated with decadent gold and silver lace and heavenly exotic feathers. Rich shades of reds allude to sparkling rubies which come alive with infusions of feminine pale blues. The embellishments and embroidery are dreamlike combining elements of the period and unveiling a more modern interpretation. The looks are extraordinary with just the right amount of structure and femininity combined with soft veiling to create a mysterious illusion.