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Mika Inatome 'Couture Bridal Event' from Dec 10
Dec '08
Inatome announces the 5th Annual Couture Bridal Event in Tribecca from December 10 -15 at the Mika Inatome Studio downtown New York.

The yearly event has become a tradition for modern and elegant brides that are seeking art inspired fashion for custom haute couture gowns. Offering one on one couture service, brides can now avail special discounts on custom gowns and on her "Élan Collection" that includes Chantilly lace gowns, Alecon lace gowns, hand- embroidery, beading, detachable mini-skirt gowns and others.

The Mika Inatome collection has withstood the test of time for being,
The collections possess a sense of timelessness. The classic, sophisticated designs endure the passage of time. Your children and even grand children would applaud your magnificent taste. As you look back, you would consider the dress to be the most beautiful gown that you have ever worn.

Sophisticated, Contemporary and Elegant:
The collections target brides with their own individual flair. A Mika Inatome bride is like a sunflower that radiates qualities such as happiness, positivity, style, sophistication and fun.

Wearable Art:
From drawing to painting, all embroidery is designed from scratch. Hand stitch threading and beading add to the extraordinariness of creating your gown. The care and detail of this process is unique to anywhere else in the world.

As you slip into one of the creations, you will notice a remarkable difference in comfort, lightness and ease in each gown. This unrestrictive nature allows you to simply enjoy your wedding day.

Custom Fit:
All Mika Inatome gowns are custom fit. This process starts with a muslin fitting and continues to your final fitting. The design also reflects your individual personality. So, adjustments may be made that better exhibit your traits or cater to your religious requirements.

“One of a Kind” Dress To Reflect Your Personality and Compliments Your Figure:
The customization is not only to fit your shape, but also accentuates the best attributes of your figure. The custom design mirrors your individual personality.

The influence of traditional Japanese heritage inspires to put “Personal Meaning” in each wedding gown. In Eastern culture, symbols of “Love, Happiness, and Prosperity” are placed on our garments on the wedding day.

For example, some of their previous customers have married into different cultures. So, they integrated her initials and her fiancé's initials into the design. These types of personalized options could be customized into your wedding gown.

They could even devise a particular pattern that symbolizes your background and customize that into the natural design of your gown. These personal meanings may be hidden or as noticeable as you desire.

If you have chosen a very simple, elegant dress without embroidery or beading, then you will happily discover a small “blue flower” on the backside of your train. That will satisfy your need for “something blue” on your wedding day.

Easy Care:
Since, many of the brides travel internationally, a Mika Inatome creation is easy to care for and light weight to carry on a plane.

Finest Materials:
The designer believes in using natural fabrics. This belief inspires them to travel worldwide to find the finest fabrics available. Some of our laces are unique items from Germany, France or Italy. While the majority of our silk fabrics, come from either Japan or Italy.


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