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Anna Tornai started her wedding business thirty years ago
a small shop with a single mirror in Tel Aviv, Israel. Today he sees 90 years
at 120 Sundays at weekends at Kleinfeld, renowned
wedding shop in New York.
Before the brides said "yes" to Tornaia's wedding
Kleinfeld's dress was rejected
sold in wedding dresses, because her designs were "too
Instead of giving up, Tornai returned home and created
a collection of dresses that could adapt to the American wedding style
fashion. Two weeks later Kleinfeld's owner called her and said
the dress was sold like a fool.
Before the brides said "yes" to the wedding dress of Mrs. Tornae
in Kleinfeld, she was denied sales of her clothes
wedding shop, because her designs were considered "too sexy".
Fr Tornai started her wedding business thirty years ago in a small one
shop with one mirror in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Tornai teamed up with Kleinfeld – the renowned wedding shop in Newa
York City has now performed at the TLC Show "Say Yes Dresses"
when the bride's father wanted to agree with her next
affordable business price, said Business Insider
episode of our podcast "This is a success."
Two days later, Tornai met in Kleinfeld, New York
City – 12 hours flight from Tel Aviv.
"Another thing I knew was I was on a plane with mine
dress on the way to Kleinfeld and it was not easy
"It was not an easy start because I remember
the day I came to Kleinfeld and showed me my clothes and
the buyer looked at my dress with a very strange face and said,
"We will never sell these clothes in America
dresses are never sold in America. They are too sexy; they are too
courageous. & quot;
On a 12-hour flight back to Tel Aviv, Tornai said
he cried until the airplane touched. Instead of giving up, she
she went home and made a collection of dresses that could adapt
American Wedding Fashion. She sent the collection back
Kleinfeld with an e-mail saying, "Please, uncover these gowns
your business. If they do not sell, send them back. "
Two weeks later, Tornai got a phone number from the owner
Kleinfeld, who said the store had a problem with her dress –
sold too much, and were unsure whether Tornai could keep up with it
"And the rest is history," said Tornai.
For over 13 years Tornai has traveled from Tel Aviv to New
York City at 12-hour years to ensure that her dresses benefit
As she performed Kleinfeld's show "Say Yes To The Dress", she set off
Nine years ago, Tornai became one of the most sought-after designers
in the shop. Today the show is broadcast in 120 countries and Tornai
they see 90 to 120 bride daily on weekends.
"It's about my bride, it's about my customer," Tornai said.
"It is grateful for every opportunity I have in my life
take something for granted. "