Alon Livne

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Alon Livne
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Alon Livne
Born Israel Tel Aviv, Israel
Nationality Israeli
Label(s) Alon Livne
Alon Livne White

Alon Livne is an Israeli fashion designer. Livne started his career the premiere luxury fashion houses Roberto Cavalli and Alexander McQueen (brand) before participating in the Israeli TV show Project Runway Israel, a variation on the American Project Runway, where he won 1st place and gained national notoriety for his sculptural work infused with couture details and exquisite handwork.[1]

Following his win, Livne started his self-titled ready-to-wear line that was a global hit, gaining him a following of celebrity fashion trend-setters such as Lady Gaga, Naomi Campbell,[2] Kim Kardashian[3] and Paris Hilton.[4] In 2013 Livne showed his work at Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week where he presented his Fall-Winter 2013 collection at NY Lincoln center, he's been showing his collections there up until the summer of 2016.[5]

In May 2013, Beyonce commissioned Alon Livne to design Gowns for her world-tour The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour performing All over the globe. The dress became iconic and was featured in magazines worldwide.[6][7]

Livne's Spring-Summer 2017 collection was presented in Paris during the official schedule of Paris Fashion Week,[8] making his brand the first Israeli brand to ever show on schedule. The collection was positively reviewed by international press[9][10]

Alon Livne White

Alon Livne's bridal line, "Alon Livne White", is sold worldwide and is greatly praised by bridal fashion editors and magazines.[11][12] A presentation of the collection is held bi-annually dring Bridal Fashion Week in New York City.[13] Livne's 2017 bridal collection, shown in October 2017, was his most covered collection to date and was featured in a great range of publications such as Vogue Paris,[14] Cosmopolitan (magazine),[15] Brides Magazine[16] and more...

The "Aria" gown by Alon Livne White.

See also

References

  1. ^ Alon Livne's Official Website
  2. ^ Supermodels Love Livne Designs - Times of Israel
  3. ^ Kim Kardashian in Alon Livne - Perez Hilton
  4. ^ Celebrities Gush About Designer Alon Livne - Times of Israel
  5. ^ Alon Livne's page on the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Website
  6. ^ Alon Livne on Beyonce's Tour - MTV
  7. ^ Beyonce Goes Sabra with a Freakum Dress - Times of Israel
  8. ^ Official Paris Fashion Week Schedule - Modemonline
  9. ^ Alon Livne SS17 - Modemonline
  10. ^ Alon Livne SS17 - PEPLVM Magazine
  11. ^ "Alon Livne White" - The Knot
  12. ^ "Alon Livne White" 2016 Runway - Brides Magazine
  13. ^ Alon Livne's work - Brides Magazine
  14. ^ "Alon Livne White" - Vogue Paris
  15. ^ "Alon Livne White" - Cosmopolitan
  16. ^ "Alon Livne White" 2017 Collection - Brides Magazine

External links

  • Alon Livne's official website
  • Alon Livne White's official website
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