Bryna is wearing Shareen Bridal.
“Let’s say you’re a bride whose closet is filled to the brim with old-school silk blouses, vintage 501s, eBay scores, and flea market finds; a cookie-cutter, mass-market bridal gown that’s been photographed to death isn’t really your jam. Shareen Mitchell created her namesake vintage-reworked and -inspired bridal collection with just that woman in mind. And with over a decade of curating pieces for her successful vintage bi-coastal boutiques in Los Angeles and New York, she knows a thing or two about what her clientele is looking for. Think: timeless silhouettes, unfussy fabrics, antique lace, retro-ruffles, and dresses with pockets (!!)—it’s like Martha Stewart Wedding’s Senior Fashion and Market Editor, Jessica King puts it: “It’s for a bride who loves a sense of history with a modern touch.” Exactly.”
Click here to read the full interview in Coveteur’s One-on-One Series.
Written by Noah Lehava
Photography by Alec Kugler
Crystal is wearing SHAREEN Bridal (the Ambi). Photography by Amanda Marsalis. Florals by Hollyflora.
See the full story by Crystal Meers featured in ELLE Magazine here.
“Fashion’s social media superstars may be serenaded with free merch left and right, but even big-money blogstars love to shop. The shopkeeps behind LA’s best boutiques are style influencers in their own right, painstakingly traveling to fashion weeks around the globe and scouring local industry markets to discover the best rising designers.
Here, we shine a light on the fashionable folks responsible for stocking the racks of our city’s coolest shops. Meet seven of them below and find out what’s in their closet, the fresh talents they’re loving right now, the labels that are currently flying off shelves, and more.”
Click here to read the full article and interview!
Article by Danielle Directo-Meston and Nathalie Alcala
Photos by Kathryn Page
Honored to be featured by InStyle Magazine as one of the Four Must See Vintage Stores in LA!
“It’s hard to leave empty handed after a visit to this downtown warehouse, which overflows with magical dresses from decades past. Shareen even has a bridal section for nostalgic brides looking for a gorgeous, secondhand gown. But take note: there’s a “no boys allowed” policy! ” -Janelle Grodsky of InStyle Magazine