Monday, December 27, 2010
The Aisle New York announced that they will officially launch on January 3rd, 2011. On January 3rd, all portions of The Aisle New York website will be live including the first members-only flash sales. Each sale boutique will be open for a period of seven days.
The inaugural sale’s boutiques will consist of bridal gowns from esteemed designers Monique Lhuillier, Angel Sanchez and Elizabeth Fillmore. To spread the love, a portion of all gown sales will benefit a charity of the designer’s choice. Monique Lhuillier has designated P.S. Arts, Angel Sanchez has chosen Aid for Aids, and Elizabeth Filmore has selected St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.
Two accessory boutiques will open on January 3rd as well: Oscar de la Renta jewelry and Suzanne Couture Millinery Headpieces. Each of these will offer a wide selection of accessories perfect for a bride, member of the wedding party or even a wedding guest.
Dying to be the first in line for this amazing opportunity? the cinderella project has got your exclusive invite to this premier shopping destination! To register before the launch, just click here.
Thursday, August 19, 2010
The whole wedding world is abuzz with The Aisle New York, a revolutionary bridal experience bringing together all things fashion and wedding! Launching this fall, The Aisle New York debuts with a hand curated selection of bridal fashion and accessories from the world’s top designers including Monique Lhuillier, Oscar de la Renta, Marchesa, Reem Acra, Lela Rose, Angel Sanchez, Elizabeth Fillmore and more.
Most featured merchandise including wedding dresses and gowns, veils and headpieces, designer and fine jewelry, lingerie, shoes, and evening bags are promotionally priced, passing along significant consumer savings. Pieces will ranges from one-of-a kind runway pieces, coveted designer archives, new custom-made orders, and exclusive designer capsule initiatives.
In addition, the platform’s editorial section, Inside The Aisle, features dynamic content for everything wedding, from aspirational fashion imagery, to e-commerce shopping guidance, and tips and pointers from industry experts. And to spread the love even further, The Aisle New York donates a portion of proceeds from every gown sold to the charity of the designers’ choice.
Founded by celebrated WWD fashion editor David Yassky, Shara Levy, renown creative director Deborah Moses, and bridal expert Mark Ingram, this highly anticipated venture is sure to change the way women shop for their wedding day.
And for you lovely readers and brides alike, the cinderella project has your pass to all the hottest deals! Click here to sign up!
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
As you know Mark Ingram is the gown guru and the personality behind the most chic bridal salon in Manhattan. The Bridal Atelier is home to some of the most sought after names in bridal like Carolina Herrera, Oscar de la Renta, Vera Wang, Marchesa, Monique Lhuillier, Jenny Packham, Angel Sanchez, and Lela Rose, just to name a few.
Here are his tips on the process of shopping for a gown:
Where to shop: You should begin your shopping process at a reputable bridal salon that carries gowns that are in your budget. Make sure you ask about their price range, fitting costs and selection while making your appointment. Asks your friends and family, where they shopped and where they had the best experience. You are not making a one time purchase at a salon, but may be going back for fittings and accessory appointments. You want to make sure you feel comfortable and enjoy the atmosphere of where you will be spending so much time during your engagement.
Who to shop with: In general limit your shopping companions to one or two people you trust and whose opinions matter most to you. Too many opinions may confuse you. If you feel you need to include all of your bridesmaids, you can always bring some of them back for a fitting or two.
Thank you so much Mark! To book your appointment at the Atelier, please contact them below:
New York City, New York
Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Angel Sanchez's clean architectural lines juxtaposed with a feminine silhouette. The devil's in the details - check out some of the amazing craftsmanship on some of these gowns. Stunning!
Head on over to Brides.com to check out the entire collection and all the details.
Images courtesy of Brides.com.
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
You lucky NYC brides!
Angel Sanchez Sample Sale
Date: 1/22 - 1/23
What: Evening, cocktail, and bridal dresses are up to 80 percent off. Evening and bridal dresses start at $800 (originally $4,950 and above), and cocktail dresses start at $250 (originally $3,000 and above).
Where: 148 W. 37th St., nr. Broadway. (212-921-9827); 10–7.
Hope you find something heavenly!
Image via People.