It is possibly the most important dress a woman will wear in her life. To the last detail, the bride wants her wedding dress to be perfect. Here are the most popular wedding dress designers from the United States to China.
Simple, elegant, feminine. Vera Wang, a famous American fashion designer, brought all of these concepts to mind with her classic gowns. As a former figure skater, Wang understands the value of a suit that fits well. In 1990, she launched her first bridal collection and opened a store in New York City. Since then, celebrities have been wearing her dresses for their big moments, starting with Spice Girl Victoria Beckham for her wedding to David Beckham in 1999. The list goes on, including Ivanka Trump, Chelsea Clinton, Alyssa Milano and Alicia Keys. Since she started her wedding design career, Wang has created ready-to-wear lines and even partnered with David’s Bridal to create a line that is more accessible and affordable.
The queen of intricate designs, Galia Lahav makes her dresses “mesmerizing” in Tel Aviv. And by “with love”, she must really mean “with hours of dedication to the little detail”, because her dresses continue to top the charts when it comes to lace designs. fussily. Lahav has 30 years of experience in wedding design and grew up in a family of tailors, even more years of fashion design. Years of skill in sewing and a love of art have culminated in today becoming one of the most recognizable bridal brands in the world. Her style is globally present and is available in eight stores in five states in the United States.
Ines Di Santo
Ines Di Santo, an Italian born in Toronto, designs the dresses that enhance the female body. Combining the wedding with the couture runway, Di Santo’s motto is “the wedding day is your chance to have a moment on the red carpet, and I’m here to make you look great.” Di Santo designs are decorated with French lace, taffeta silk and even Swarovski crystals. Di Santo’s daughter Veronica is currently working with her and brings her own vision to Ines Di Santo’s dresses.