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Jenny Lee 2015 Fall Bridal Collection

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Winner of Best New Designer of the Year, Jenny Lee is recognized as the hottest new bridal gown designer who offers extraordinary, fresh and simply elegant styles. Jenny uses the finest silks and laces imported from Europe.

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FashionBride’s Interviews: Jenny Lee

6The fit and construction of Jenny Lee’s gowns have always been comparable to Parisian haute couture. Each gown is handcrafted by a single person, from the very first stitch to the last. That’s why we wanted to know more about the brand and the designer behind it. Here’s our quiz with Jenny Lee. But first, don’t forget to check her website  ->clik here<-

1. When did you decided to become a designer and why did you find this domain interesting?

I knew I wanted to be a designer since I was 7 years old. My mother used to take me to tailor shops and private design houses to get custom outfits made. She gave me the freedom to choose the fabric, color, design of what I wore and I fell in love with it. I started designing wedding dresses in 1994, when I went to find my own wedding dress.

2. Talk us trough the first years of you work. Maybe you could tell us what did change in time? Are your designs different from the very beginning?

At the start of my career as a bridal designer, giant ball gowns were really in. I wanted to make dresses though that really accentuated the bride’s body, more form fitting and sexy. There weren’t many dresses available in that style at the time, so I was able to use my skills to fill in that hole that was missing. Over time, my dresses have changed, but the emphasis on form and fit has stayed the same.

3. Why should a bride-to-be choose one of your designs?

My dresses are beautifully custom tailored with couture workmanship. A bride’s wedding day is special, and I want the experience of getting the dress to feel personal and memorable. I design the gowns with the bride in mind, taking in consideration their personality as well as their body. Each dress is hand tailored, just like in high couture houses, and I hand choose the fabrics from the established textiles houses from Europe. They’re individualistic, playful, sexy, and feminine.

4. Do tell us a bit more about your inspiration sources.

I always have and always will be inspired by my brides!

5. Have you got any piece you’ve created and that has a very special meaning for you? Can you describe it or can show us a picture?

In my recent collection (Fall 2015) I created an all lace sweetheart gown with a ruffle detailed train. I love this dress because it encompasses all the qualities that define me and a bridal designer. It’s feminine, luxurious, playful, sexy, and romantic with a corset fit accentuating the body’s natural curves.

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6. From your point of view, how should a perfect bride look like?

The perfect bride looks timeless. Instead of focusing on trends, I take in consideration what part of the body the bride is most confident in, and then I make sure to highlight those areas. I want a bride to look back at their photos and say ‘Wow I look good’”.

7. And tell us what would you give her and, maybe, other brands can’t.

The haute couture experience. My dresses are not mass produced, they are perfectly made with each bride in mind. Over years of experiences, I’ve learned to engineer and construct dresses to create the perfect curves and shape.

8. Last but not least, do you have any advice for FashionBride readers?

For brides-to-be: Your wedding is a very special day. It’s easy to get caught up in fads, trends, and ideas you’ve conjured of how you imagined yourself to be since you were a little girl. But when picking a dress, it’s important to focus on the importance things: who you are, what your best assets are, and figuring out how to express those attributes. I’ve had a lot of brides come in with a very specific idea they had, but sometimes what you want isn’t what’s best for you. The things you least expect to work for you end up being the best surprises. So shop with an open mind!

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Jenny Lee 2014 Fall Bridal Collection

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Winner of Best New Designer of the Year, Jenny Lee is recognized as the hottest new bridal gown designer who offers extraordinary, fresh and simply elegant styles. Jenny uses the finest silks and laces imported from Europe.

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Jenny Lee 2014 Spring Bridal Collection

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Winner of Best New Designer of the Year, Jenny Lee is recognized as the hottest new bridal gown designer who offers extraordinary, fresh and simply elegant styles. Jenny uses the finest silks and laces imported from Europe.

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Jenny Lee Bridal 2013 Fall Collection

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Winner of Best New Designer of the Year, Jenny Lee is recognized as the hottest new bridal gown designer who offers extraordinary, fresh and simply elegant styles. Jenny uses the finest silks and laces imported from Europe.

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Jenny Lee 2013 Fall Bridal Collection

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Winner of Best New Designer of the Year, Jenny Lee is recognized as the hottest new bridal gown designer who offers extraordinary, fresh and simply elegant styles. Jenny uses the finest silks and laces imported from Europe.

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Jenny Lee 2012 Fall Bridal Collection

Winner of Best New Designer of the Year, Jenny Lee is recognized as the hottest new bridal gown designer who offers extraordinary, fresh and simply elegant styles. Jenny uses the finest silks and laces imported from Europe.

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Jenny Lee 2012 Spring Bridal Collection

Winner of Best New Designer of the Year, Jenny Lee is recognized as the hottest new bridal gown designer who offers extraordinary, fresh and simply elegant styles. Jenny uses the finest silks and laces imported from Europe.

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Jenny Lee 2011 Fall Bridal Collection

Winner of Best New Designer of the Year, Jenny Lee is recognized as the hottest new bridal gown designer who offers extraordinary, fresh and simply elegant styles. Jenny uses the finest silks and laces imported from Europe.

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Jenny Lee 2010 Fall Bridal Collection

    

Winner of Best New Designer of the Year, Jenny Lee is recognized as the hottest new bridal gown designer who offers extraordinary, fresh and simply elegant styles. Jenny uses the finest silks and laces imported from Europe.

  

Her dedication and demand for exquisiteness goes into every gown she makes. The purity and simplicity of her designs shows off the brides’ figures by her accentuation on the silhouette.

    

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FashionBride interview with Jenny Lu from Albeit

Albeit is the vision of renowned up-and-coming designer, Jenny Lu; to push beyond contemporary concepts and styles of jewelry by redefining what classic is. The product is original and delicate with a sleek sophistication that not only enhances the wearer’s outfit, but also reflects a philosophy of life and style. It is elegant and understated, yet feminine, playful, and distinct.

To find out more about her work and personal style, but also about some great wedding tips, we talked to Jenny and made up this amazing interview. Read along and enjoy all these precious info!

1. When did you decided to become a designer and why did you find this domain interesting?

Ever since I was a girl, I’ve always been drawn to art and design. I love the way fashion, jewelry, buildings, and interiors change and beautify our everyday perception of the world. My particular interest was initially rooted in architecture and interiors, which I pursued in my studies. My designs for Albeit Jewelry have been heavily influenced by this. With influences from the work of Zaha Hadid and Daniel Libeskind, I have come to realize that architecture is very much like pieces of jewels strewn over a vast landscape. Inspired by Hadid’s constant morphing shapes in her buildings, the notion ‘art in flux’ has really had an impact on my design style. With this convergence of architecture and jewelry design, I have tried to create pieces that translate this fluidity in life.

2. Talk us trough the first years of you work. Maybe you could tell us what did change in time? Are your designs different from the very beginning?

Well, this is my first collection. But in my next collection which I am currently working on, I would like to build upon and explore how further I can push this switch in design vocabulary.

3. Why should a bride-to-be choose one of your designs?

A bride-to-be should choose my pieces because it’s the perfect platform for self-expression in the utmost understated manner. It signifies a little bit of the wearer in its simplicity, however it is this simplicity in design that conveys the power and sophistication of the wearer. It exudes a flirtatious mystery or an intimate secret with a hint of who you are and what you share with your beloved. It shows the world that the possibilities are endless and there is a special story between the bride and groom that only you two know of. Whether you wear a letter initial to celebrate your new last name or wear a sacred number that perhaps you and your other half-share, there is something very distinct about wearing a pendant that is uniquely catered to your story.

4. Do tell us a bit more about your inspiration sources.

I love incorporating 2 Dimensional typographical elements into 3 Dimensional objects. Whether it’s a direct extruding of the font type or an extraction of the meaning of the graphic principles, I love how typography decodes so many informative details. Typography has the ability to instantaneously tell us a time period, a location, a vibe and characteristics of this certain breed. The font used for Albeit’s pendants suggests a modern sophisticated women that also has an appetite for a flare.

5. Have you got any piece you’ve created and that has a very special meaning for you? Can you describe it or can show us a picture?

I’ve always been a big fan of curly brackets….or others might call it the parenthesis symbol. Not only do I love the shape and curve of this symbol, I love what it implies; Indicating that there’s more to be told, that there is an additional depth and complexity to the overall story. I love the open-ended mystery it suggests!

6. From your point of view, how should a perfect bride look like?

A perfect bride should look effortless and comfortable in her own skin. She should not try to fit a particular mold or tradition, but try to look the way that makes her feel beautiful and represents who she is.

7. And tell us what would you give her and, maybe, other brands can’t.

Albeit can give an everlasting necklace in either 14k or white gold. It will stay with you even if you wear them in the shower. The necklaces will never tarnish. It’s subtle and dainty, yet it makes a bold statement on it’s own.

8. Last but not least, do you have any advice for FashionBride readers?

Continue to immerse yourself into the things that you love. Passions aren’t just passions; great outcomes derive from it! I promise!

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Throwback Thursday: Bridal Designers August 2014

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Each month FashionBride reviews collection from 60 different bridal designers from all over the world. Here you have a quick throwback of whom we featured last month, enjoy and don’t forget to check up next week for our next  Throwback Thursday.

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Ibimoda 2015 Spring Bridal Collection see collection

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M&M 2015 Spring Bridal Collection see collection

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Patricia Avendano 2015 Spring Bridal Collection see collection

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Jenny Lee 2014 Fall Bridal Collection see collection

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Asaf Dadush Spring 2014 Bridal Collection see collection

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Tony Ward 2015 Spring Bridal Couture Collection see collection

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Ada Hefetz Spring 2014 Bridal Collection see collection

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Claudio Di Mari Spring 2014 Bridal Collection see collection nicole-spose-wedding-gowns-2015-9

Nicole Spose 2015 Spring Bridal Collection see collection nurit-hen-wedding-gowns-60

Nurit Hen 2015 Spring Bridal Collection see collection allure-romance-wedding-gowns-77

Allure Romance 2015 Spring Bridal Collection see collection limor-rossen-wedding-gowns-10

Limor Rosen Spring 2015 Bridal Collection see collection kauradia-wedding-gowns-6

Kauradia 2015 Spring Bridal Collection see collection francesca-miranda-wedding-gowns-2014-2015-27

Francesca Miranda 2015 Spring Bridal Collection see collection

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