Vera Wang Bride in Manila

posted January 03, 2017 at 05:50 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Vera Wang opened of her first bridal boutique at Rockwell in Makati, the first in Manila and in the Philippines. 

Vera Wang’s Global Sales Executive Alex Chase Souza at the grand launch of Vera Wang bridal boutique at 8 Rockwell, Makati City. 
Arguably the leading designer of bridal wear in America, Wang appeals to brides of different generations by blending the modern with the traditional. A number of Hollywood celebrities has chosen to wear Vera Wang on their special day, like Victoria Beckham, Alicia Keys, Jennifer Lopez, Hilary Duff and Lily Aldridge.

Iza Calzado graced the opening of Vera Wang bridal boutique in Makati
Located at 8 Rockwell, Rockwell Center, Makati, the store occupies 170 square meters and features a single level shopping area. Along with outposts in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Tokyo and Sydney, Vera Wang’s latest venture houses her bridal collection and is also carrying eveningwear. 

Vera Wang Manila managing partner Valerie Villar-Zayco 
A contemporary look was created with the unique interpretation of graphite concrete floors, charcoal grey walls, etched glass doors and blackened steel design elements. The salon experience is about understated elegance, sophistication and modernity. It was designed to engage the bride and her family and friends with options through knowledge and service. 

Sam Eduque and Tessa Prieto
For more information on Vera Wang, please visit the company’s website at www.verawang.com

For appointments and inquiries, go to  [email protected] or contact (02) 804-5071.

Topics: Vera Wang , Victoria Beckham , Alicia Keys , Jennifer Lopez , Hillary Duff , Lily Adridge , Bridal boutique
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