- Page 1 of 16
In 1990, inspired by a new vision where fashion and bridal meet, Vera Wang opened a bridal salon at the esteemed Carlyle Hotel on Madison Avenue. Retailers, editors and peers quickly noted the impact of her innovative bridal collections and encouraged Vera Wang to extend her design sensibility to ready-to-wear and bridesmaid collections. Fifteen years later, Vera Wang is no longer an emerging brand.
Vera Wang's new product introductions reflect her vision to create a lifestyle that goes beyond the core bridal, maids and ready-to-wear into publishing, fragrance and beauty, accessories and home. Vera Wang collections are positioned in the highest end of the luxury market. Customer appeal is high: driven by an artistic, modern and luxurious design style, couture-like quality and a high level of customer service. Vera Wang collaborates with leading global partners. The company directly employs over 200 people and manufactures the majority of its bridal collection in company-owned workrooms in the United States.