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    Enzoani 2010 Bridal Collection


    Enzoani successfully launched its first bridal collection in the fall of 2005. Elegant designs with European influence, attention to detail and a focus on the fit helped establish Enzoani as a Ieader in bridal fashion. In 2007, continuing on the success of their bridal line Enzoani launched the ‘Blue by Enzoani’ range. Combining the Enzoani signature style and detail at a lower price point the ‘Blue by Enzoani’ bridal line has quickly gained recognition in the industry.


    New for the 2010 season Enzoani has launched the all occasion line, Love. Love creatively blends bridesmaid, evening, cocktail, and more into one collection making it the choice for alI occasions. Growing consumer and media support are a result of Enzoani’s focus on innovative style and exceptional quality. The company brand continues to strengthen and grow with every season.


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    Steal that style: Grace Kelly

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    Grace Kelly (1929–1982), the Philadelphia-born, Academy Award-winning actress, married the glamorous Prince Rainier III (1923–2005) on April 19, 1956, and the bride donated her famous dress to the Philadelphia Museum soon after the ceremony.

    Helen Rose (American, 1904–1985), the Academy Award-winning designer who made the costumes for Miss Kelly’s films High Society and The Swan, was chosen to design the gown—a present to the bride from MGM Studios—which was made by MGM’s wardrobe department. The dress, created to complement the “fairy princess” beauty of the actress, features a bell-shaped skirt of ivory peau de soie supported by petticoats, and a high-necked bodice of Brussels lace, which was re-embroidered to render the seams invisible and then accented with seed pearls.

    Continuing the theme of pearl-embellished lace are the bride’s prayer book, shoes, headpiece, and circular silk net veil—designed so that Miss Kelly’s face could be seen.