Ellen Christine joins the ranks of fashion favorites on The Aisle. The trend-making designer leads the millinery field with landmark editorials in Vogue, W Magazine, Elegant Bride, Martha Stewart Weddings. Currently seen on David Tutera's "My Fair Wedding", Ellen Christine concocts headpieces for couture runway shows, and private collections for well-known retail venues around the world.
The collaboration with The Aisle stems from her reputation in the world of fashion. David Yassky , co-founder and co-president of The Aisle knows Ellen Christine from his time at WWD. This is to be an accessible collection, using the familiar elements so recognizable in Ellen Christine Millinery. Artful draping, precious handmade flowers, and fanciful featherwork lend an old Hollywood feel to this group. Inspired by contemporary bridal wear, but rooted in the glamour of red carpet close-ups, this collection will add to the look and the feel of brides around the world. For the thousands of eager members of The Aisle, the sale begins on April 19th. Coming just before Easter, and the imminent Royal Wedding, these headpieces will lend the perfect note to the hat mad, in this season of hat frenzy. Ellen Christine has never before offered headpieces in the wholesale Wedding market, and The Aisle is the perfect venue . There are eight custom designed pieces, offered nowhere else. And there's only one week to shop! Available at Henri Bendel's, The Met Opera Shop, or by appointment only at the showroom, Ellen Christine makes beautiful, glamorous fashion for every need. Whether it be The Kentucky Derby, the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic, or your very own special day, Ellen Christine has been making hats and headpieces for more than 30 years in New York, for a worldwide market.Friend us on Facebook(Ellen Christine Millinery), and follow us on Twitter(@ellenchristine) for up to the minute hat news. # # # Ciao, Elisa