Mira Zwillinger is an international luxury evening and bridal wear fashion house based in Tel Aviv. Established in 1991, the brand is now led by Mira and Lihi Zwillinger, the mother-daughter designers behind this couture atelier.
ines di santo
Rare is a bride who can deny the sentimental romance of a wedding gown, and none can deny the luxury of couture. Ines Di Santo is instinctive about the female form.
romona keveza couture
Recognizing there are as many different looks as there are brides, the Romona Keveža Collection is all about the bride expressing her own unique personality, whether she is an Aristocrat, Modernist or Fashionista.
The essence of each timeless look is beautifully captured with the exceptional fabrics, exquisite fit and master craftsmanship that define the Romona Keveža Collection.
Reem Acra is a renowned international designer
known for her breathtaking collections in Ready to
Wear and Bridal. She combines tradition with a
modern aesthetic and leads the way by continuously
redefining the boundaries of fashion.
le spose di gio
Le Spose di Gio is a major player in bridal fashions in Italy with a style that reveals an image of the modern bride that is exquisitely in-tune with the times. Creativity, commitment, and continual stylistic research are the elements which have made Le Spose di Gio dresses so unique.
For more then 20 years, the name Peter Langner has been synonymous with excellence, imagination, and refinement. He has assembled an amazing staff of artisans who have the rare capability to turn into reality Peter’s designs using their master skills.
His collections have adorned glamorous women around the world, including Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez, Emily Blunt, Lea Michele, Penélope Cruz, Katy Perry, First Lady Michelle Obama and Queen Noor of Jordan, among others.
For designer Amsale (Ahm-sah’-leh) Aberra, widely credited as the inventor of the modern wedding dress, it all started with a single dress: her own. Wanting to find a more modern silhouette for her own wedding day, Amsale found her options limited. Eschewing the overly dramatic and ornate dresses that were trending at the time, Amsale created her own pared-down design, elegant in its simplicity and quiet in its impact, with a distinct drama that felt modern and personal all at once.