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Kiwi Bridal Designer Trish Peng Launches World First: ‘Reflections’ First Reversible Wedding Dress

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World first in bridal – reversible gowns that can be worn both ways in every silhouette Trish Peng made her debut on October 6th at New York Bridal Week 2019

NEW YORK, October 6th – Renowned Kiwi bridal designer Trish Peng made headlines at her first international show at New York Bridal Week on October 6th. The 28-year-old designer, launched her latest collection; Reflections that features six reversible styles all inspired and named after her brides.

The custom-made gowns are available in every silhouette, they can be worn both ways, and brides can even select their own lace. Trish Peng was inspired to create the collection after one of her brides couldn’t decide whether she wanted a plain dress or a lace dress. The result was to do both – flip it and reverse it!

“The collection was quite technical to create as no one in the industry has attempted a reversible bridal gown before. When I couldn’t find a zipper supplier to do reversible zips, only finding chunky sleeping bag zips, I came up with the idea to hand stitch two zips on each side to form a supportive bodice,” says Trish Peng.

All gowns can be found at Trish Peng’s Auckland boutique, Bride & Winter in Dunedin and select stockists across New Zealand. Size 12 New Zealand samples are also available. The collection debuted at New York Bridal Week on 6th October 2019.

In 2016, Trish Peng made worldwide headlines for a show-stopping red gown with a record breaking 25-metre-long train. Then in 2017, the designer made headlines again for her wedding dress design that was made entirely out of flowers and only lived for three hours out of water. The dress took more than eight hours to create and was displayed on the catwalk at New Zealand Fashion Week and used 12 different types of flowers to make the dress. 2019 will be Trish Peng’s first international show.

Trish Peng is a high-end NZ, and LA based Designer, who allows brides-to-be to choose a current design, mix and match features or request bespoke bridal designs.

To find out more on Trish Peng’s new collection visit www.trishpeng.com.

Feeling social? Visit @trishpeng

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