The Black and woman-owned bridal studio was opened by Madelange Laroche at the height of the pandemic.
In fact Laroche had dreamed of having her own bridal studio since she was a young girl in Haiti. “Since I was very young, I learned how to sew,” she said.
But when she moved to the United States in 2001, she studied to become a licensed nurse. Then years later, she decided to go back to school and this time to go back to focusing on her true love.
“I still had that passion for fashion,” said Laroche.
Finally in November, her lifelong wish to own her studio came true. In addition to offering a ready-to-wear line of wedding dresses – all made by hand- for brides who are in a hurry, the studio also offers a custom-made experience to make sure the bride gets exactly what she has always dreamed of for her big day.
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