Why Israel’s Bridal Elite Refuse to be Hemmed in by Tracy Moran

 

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Gala by Galia Lahav Fall 2016 Wedding Dresses

Fashion runway shows have been known to fall flat, thanks to trips, slips and the exposure of a whole lot more than just a hip. But Susan Glick knew she had it sewn up before the first strut at her recent show, and she basked in a positive vibe as the lights dimmed and the music began. “I just knew we were going to deliver, ” the vice president of women’s apparel at Merchandise Mart says, as she aimed to help her New York City audience embrace a group of bold new bridal designers.

Glick is referring to her first-ever collaboration presenting 10 up-and-comers at the New York International Bridal Week, at Pier 94, in a show that reflected an explosive new bridal trend: the rise of Israeli stars. Refusing to be hemmed in, designers from the Jewish state like Inbal Dror, Lihi Hod, Galia Lahav and Berta Balilti have recently hit the global marketplace in stride, seeing sales climb considerably in the past few years…

Read the full story at OZY, by Tracy Moran

 

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