PNINA TORNAI LAUNCHES 2021 COUTURE BRIDAL COLLECTION

Leading wedding dress designer, Pnina Tornai, debuted her 2021 Couture collection in New York City exclusively at Kleinfeld.  The highly anticipated wedding dress collection, ONE, has arrived at Kleinfeld just in time for engagement season.

The ONE Collection features couture wedding dresses sure to wow every bridal aisle this year.  The new collection, designed with love and compassion, arrives at a time when we all need a reminder that we are all one. “ONE is the perfect name for a collection at a time when we should all realise, more than ever, that we are in this together and all facing challenges,” Pnina Tornai explains. “The collection is also representative of the oneness that we all hope for in a marriage—two individuals who build one life together, greater than the sum of its parts.”

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Using the finest fabrications and embellishments, Pnina has designed styles including strapless options, chic sheaths, and A-line gowns embellished with lace, sequins, embroidery, and floral appliqués. Pnina designed the collection to fit today’s weddings, with gowns meant to be viewed up close in all of their beautiful detail by a bride’s closest family and friends rather than seen from the other end of a grand event space.

The collection is now available at Kleinfeld by appointment only. Starting at $3,000, it is Pnina’s most accessible-priced couture collection ever, designed while understanding the financial challenges many couples are facing in the midst of a global pandemic. “Now more than ever, we need a fresh new take on bridal, and Pnina has accomplished that with this collection that is sure to wow all our brides,” says Kleinfeld Co-Owner, Mara Urshel.

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Brides-to-be will have the opportunity to meet Pnina Tornai virtually and customise their dresses at her first trunk show of 2021, from January 14th to 24th at Kleinfeld in New York City.

-PRNewswire

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