Katerina Bocci Meets with Philly’s Brides-To-Be

Of course, there's always the classic ballgown. This one's got a bit of a twist.

Every bride-to-be’s dream is to have a consultation with the designer of the gown for her special day (sorry, boys, but let’s be honest, it is HER day). Now, Philly brides have the chance to do just that. Internationally acclaimed designer Katerina Bocci will make a visit to Unveiled, Philadelphia’s premier bridal salon, on January 20th and 21st, with her latest creations in tow for a special trunk show. Inspired by real women, her 2012 collection features breathtaking dresses that make a statement.

Bocci has acquired international acclaim among fashion elite and celebrities, including Aretha Franklin, Fergie and Jordin Sparks. Her luxury bridal collection features exquisite fabrics, hand-sewn craftsmanship and innovative, sophisticated designs using 100-percent silk organza and tulle, hand-beaded laces and rosettes, and Swarovski crystal trims and stones in an array of colors.

Unveiled is the latest project of husband-and-wife team Frannie and Michael Erace and features handcrafted veils, headpieces and accessories along with couture gowns by first class designers. All gowns are on display for brides to see and not kept in plastic behind the scenes. “Everyone will receive personalize, one-on-one attention, and they can take as much time as they need to browse through our collection – not be limited to one or two that someone quickly preselected for them,” said Erace.

A limited number of appointments are available for this special engagement, so call or email today.



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