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Vera Wang Designer Profile

The Evolution of Vera Wang

Vera Wang is known around the world for her amazing bridal gown designs and her ability to transform a bride on her wedding day. With over 25 years of experience in the fashion industry, Vera Wang has become one of the most desired designers by some of Hollywood’s hottest celebrities. In addition to designing figure skating outfits for Michelle Kwan and Nancy Kerrigan, Vera Wang also designed stunning wedding dresses for celebrities like Victoria Beckham, Jennifer Garner, Jessica Simpson, Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez.

Throughout her 25 years in the industry, Vera has worked with a number of highly respected companies. For 16 years, Vera Wang acted as Senior Fashion Editor for world renowned magazine, Vogue. After gaining the knowledge and experience it took to work for a fast-paced fashion magazine, Vera Wang decided it was time to use her skills in an alternative avenue. In 1985, Vera left Vogue and began working as the design director for Ralph Lauren.

Vera Wang’s Signature Style

Vera Wang’s up-to-date interpretation of classic designs is unlike any other fashion designer in the business. Her elegant, tasteful wedding gown designs are held in such high regard that they literally cost thousands and thousands of dollars. Handmade with impeccable detailing, each authentic piece from her collection is original and exclusive.

Although many designers try imitating Vera’s one-of-a kind style, there is no other designer in the world with the ability to design they way she does. Her pieces are expensive because of the time and effort she puts into each one. If you choose Vera Wang, you are an individual of quality, style and grace, as Vera Wang always says "I dress the individualist who understands style."

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