Nathalie Loma Fashion Designer Reveals Her Latest Bridal Collection Hosting A Special Brunch For Brides
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Chicago, Illinois Jul 5, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – International Couture Fashion Designer Nathalie Loma opens a second store in the same location as her first store in The Shops at North Bridge, 520 N. Michigan Ave Suite 200, Chicago, Il 60611. The kick-off celebration ‘A Brunch For Brides’ showcasing her latest bridal gowns and accessories will be held on July 9th, 2022 from 11 am to 2 pm on level 2. Guests will be treated to an exclusive preview of her couture bridal collection along with hors d’oeuvres and mimosas.
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The collection was inspired by the Cinderella story. Finding that “special person”, the magic of falling in love, and finally taking that walk down the aisle is one of the most memorable moments in life. With all those images of romance filling her spirit, Nathalie set about to make her bride embrace the magic of love on her life-changing day. But the groom was not forgotten and she will also reveal her men’s tuxedo line.
Nathalie Loma is a designer with a passion and a love for transforming lives through her designs. She believes that every fabric has a voice. A voice that calls her to listen and design the perfect garment for each woman. With an intuitive eye for shape and technique, Nathalie understands the importance of wearing clothes with confidence and has committed to the process of making you the garment you desire and deserve. So come and enjoy the Nathalie Loma Experience.
Nathalie Loma was born in 1987 in the beautiful country of Cameroon. Sadly, two months after her birth, Nathalie’s father passed away. The sudden passing of her father created financial hardships for Nathalie and her mother. To make ends meet, Nathalie’s mother taught herself to sew and became a seamstress and dressmaker specializing in African fabric and special event clothing.
Nathalie grew up watching her mother making beautiful clothes for others while providing for her family. She watched and learned from her mother and fell in love with fashion. As she stated in one of her interviews, ” I remember seeing my Mom look at fabric and ask it what it wanted; it was as if she knew the garment would speak back to her. This is something I have cherished and incorporated in my work as a designer”. Nathalie makes it quite clear that she is an African woman who designs for a global market, “I am proud to be in America, a country that has embraced me and fostered my development, but I also want other young men and women to dream big and never give up”.
To learn more about Nathalie’s story visit her website at www.nathalieloma.com
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