Since childhood Julie Vino has been creative and artsy. While growing up and discovering fashion, she realized fashion would be the field where she could bring forth her passion for beauty, with her creative talent and unique stylistic vision.
She studied fashion design in a leading academic institute followed by an internship in leading evening and bridal fashion houses in Canada and Israel. In 2008 she established her own brand of bridal and evening wear in Tel Aviv.
My stylistic vision is unique and different in the bridal market. My bridal dresses are flattering and has a distinctive combination of classic style with modern touch and a strong connection to leading fashion trends from the runways of Paris, Milan and New York.”
The fabrics and different accessories provide me with infinite inspiration. Therefore every season I scout the market and the different suppliers and create unique fabrics and patterns designed by myself to make my vision a reality; ethnic handmade brocade from India, unique lace from France and fabrics rich in details and embroidery from Italy. In a special department in my studio a team of embroidery specialist adds texture and additional embroidery to each fabric to make it even more exquisite.”
Bespoke Wedding Dresses
Unique and one-of-a-kind evening gowns and wedding dresses are Julie Vino’s true passion. What a custom dress? Julie will design on especially for you! In her studio every bride receives undivided attention and devotion to create an individual design for a bespoke wedding dress. In the process of creating the dress Julie puts an emphasis on quality tailoring, sculpting the body to make it look more feminine and slim and usage of the best fabrics. She also finds it most important to give the best possible service to her clients in a familiar and positive atmosphere, realizing that the soon-to-be bride is a full partner in the magical creation of the wedding dress.
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