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#AskAMogulAnything:Hi,I'mPninaTornai.I'maworld-famousweddingdesignerwhocallsIsraelhome.I'malsoafrequentguestonSayYestotheDress.Askmeanythingyou'dlike!YourquestionswillbeansweredLIVEon10/18at5pmET.

Pnina Tornai
Pnina Tornai World-famous Wedding Gown Designer
almost 3 years Israel Conversation

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Hi - I'm Pnina Tornai.

I'm a world-famous wedding gown designer who is based in Israel.

I've never taken a sewing lesson in my life. But that hasn't stopped me from becoming an international designer, whose gowns are shown at Kleinfeld, arguably *the* wedding gown salon of the United States. I've appeared on several episodes of 'Say Yes to the Dress', the hit reality TLC television show that takes place in Kleinfeld, in the heart of Manhattan. And I've additionally appeared on reality television programs in Israel.

My name has become synonymous with gowns that are sexy, romantic, and that push the envelope - causing jaws to drop in all the right ways owing to their sumptuous and often revealing uses of lace and cut-outs.

Some more information about me: I love to garden. I did a tour of duty in the Israeli military. I'm a mom. I'm additionally a gourmet chef. And I appeared on Israel's version of 'Big Brother,' among other programs.

Now's your chance to ask me anything! Please write your questions in the comments section below and I'll answer the questions live on Tuesday, October 18th at 5 pm ET. 

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  • Renee Booths
    almost 3 years ago

    Pnina, I certainly appreciate you taking time out to answer questions here. I am exploring this new site after joining today and I have a question if you have time. Do you ever feel like Edith Head or other famous costumers who take the character of the person (bride) and build a story around her through style and ornament? I would love to hear your thoughts on breaking into fashion regardless of age. I am a trend forecaster who is pushing the envelope and I can see ahead a few years and want to share my skills to direct materials, design and structure directions, What type of position best suits this direction in fashion? I am currently in the automotive interiors field.

    Pnina, I certainly appreciate you taking time out to answer questions here. I am exploring this new site after joining today and I have a question if you have time. Do you ever feel like Edith Head or other famous costumers who take the character of the person (bride) and build a story around her through style and ornament? I would love to hear your thoughts on breaking into fashion regardless of age. I am a trend forecaster who is pushing the envelope and I can see ahead a few years and want to share my skills to direct materials, design and structure directions, What type of position best suits this direction in fashion? I am currently in the automotive interiors field.

  • Pnina Tornai
    Pnina Tornai World-famous Wedding Gown Designer
    almost 3 years ago Israel

    Thank you everyone for your questions! This was fun. If you are a bride or a friend of a bride, come see me at Kleinfeld in New York. You can also read my blogs on pninatornai.com . And you can follow me on Instagram and Facebook.

    Thank you everyone for your questions! This was fun. If you are a bride or a friend of a bride, come see me at Kleinfeld in New York. You can also read my blogs on pninatornai.com . And you can follow me on Instagram and Facebook.

  • Pnina Tornai
    Pnina Tornai World-famous Wedding Gown Designer
    almost 3 years ago Israel

    Hi everyone! It's Pnina - I'm here live now. So happy to be answering all of your questions live. I'll be answering the ones already submitted - and anything else you'd like to know for the next hour. So ask me anything you'd like about your wedding day, finding the perfect dress, saying yes to the dress, building a global brand - anything at all!

    Hi everyone! It's Pnina - I'm here live now. So happy to be answering all of your questions live. I'll be answering the ones already submitted - and anything else you'd like to know for the next hour. So ask me anything you'd like about your wedding day, finding the perfect dress, saying yes to the dress, building a global brand - anything at all!

  • miranda444
    almost 3 years ago

    Hi Pnina - You've been everywhere. What's your favorite place in the world to work? To live? To visit?

    Hi Pnina - You've been everywhere. What's your favorite place in the world to work? To live? To visit?

    • Pnina Tornai
      Pnina Tornai World-famous Wedding Gown Designer
      almost 3 years ago Israel

      New York is my favorite! When I first came here to New York, when Kleinfeld said 'no' to me, I walked the streets singing, 'If I can make it there, I'll make it anywhere.' That's the truth. Eleven years later, I made it and I still love New York.

      New York is my favorite! When I first came here to New York, when Kleinfeld said 'no' to me, I walked the streets singing, 'If I can make it there, I'll make it anywhere.' That's the truth. Eleven years later, I made it and I still love New York.

  • Bobbi-Sue Doyle-Hazard
    Bobbi-Sue Doyle-Hazard Assistant General Counsel, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    almost 3 years ago Tampa Bay, Florida

    Thank you for participating, Pnina. I am always curious about the morning routines of successful women. What is yours?

    Thank you for participating, Pnina. I am always curious about the morning routines of successful women. What is yours?

    • Pnina Tornai
      Pnina Tornai World-famous Wedding Gown Designer
      almost 3 years ago Israel

      Waking up as late as I can! Counting every second I have in bed. I'm very lucky to have a husband who wakes me up with 13 kisses. In numerology, 13 equals the world 'love.' So I'm very lucky. So again, get yourself a partner that makes you feel loved. Nothing in the world can replace love and affect you more. I also drink a lot of water in the morning and I drink concentrated ginseng to help me cope with the crazy lifestyle that I lead. These flights that I am constantly on - 13 hours at a time - are intense. And the most important thing that I do in the morning or otherwise is laugh. That's the best medicine.

      Waking up as late as I can! Counting every second I have in bed. I'm very lucky to have a husband who wakes me up with 13 kisses. In numerology, 13 equals the world 'love.' So I'm very lucky. So again, get yourself a partner that makes you feel loved. Nothing in the world can replace love and affect you more. I also drink a lot of water in the morning and I drink concentrated ginseng to help me cope with the crazy lifestyle that I lead. These flights that I am constantly on - 13 hours at a time - are intense. And the most important thing that I do in the morning or otherwise is laugh. That's the best medicine.

  • Briana Trevino
    Briana Trevino BeYouTiful Brunette
    almost 3 years ago San Marcos, TX, United States

    Hi Pnina, Do you ever have a hard time coming up with new designs? What do you do when you are "stuck"?

    Hi Pnina, Do you ever have a hard time coming up with new designs? What do you do when you are "stuck"?

  • Briana Trevino
    Briana Trevino BeYouTiful Brunette
    almost 3 years ago San Marcos, TX, United States

    Hi Pnina, Do you ever have a hard time coming up with new designs? What do you do when you are "stuck"?

    Hi Pnina, Do you ever have a hard time coming up with new designs? What do you do when you are "stuck"?

    • Pnina Tornai
      Pnina Tornai World-famous Wedding Gown Designer
      almost 3 years ago Israel

      I have to say that I have the opposite problem. I have a flow of designs that my staff can't even get to and every morning when I come to work, I tell them that I dreamed about another dress and they tell me, 'Please stop dreaming! We can't keep up with the pace of your inspiration!' I am very lucky. I see these dresses like visions. It makes it very easy and a lot of fun for me.

      I have to say that I have the opposite problem. I have a flow of designs that my staff can't even get to and every morning when I come to work, I tell them that I dreamed about another dress and they tell me, 'Please stop dreaming! We can't keep up with the pace of your inspiration!' I am very lucky. I see these dresses like visions. It makes it very easy and a lot of fun for me.

  • Default
    Guest
    almost 3 years ago

    What are the best schools to go to study fashion? Do I need to go to school for fashion or is apprenticing better? What are the people like in the fashion industry?

    What are the best schools to go to study fashion? Do I need to go to school for fashion or is apprenticing better? What are the people like in the fashion industry?

    • Pnina Tornai
      Pnina Tornai World-famous Wedding Gown Designer
      almost 3 years ago Israel

      I think going to school is always better because you learn techniques and you have more confidence when you start your career as a designer. I believe FIT is one of the best schools in the world. I've had many interns from that school. As for what people are like in the fashion industry, as with anything, there are all kinds. There are designers that believe they are an extension of God. That's not the way I am - I think it's more important to listen to a customer and not to your ego. Most designers refuse to change or customize a design. I believe it's important to customize because I believe being a fashion designer is a gift and I never take it for granted.

      I think going to school is always better because you learn techniques and you have more confidence when you start your career as a designer. I believe FIT is one of the best schools in the world. I've had many interns from that school. As for what people are like in the fashion industry, as with anything, there are all kinds. There are designers that believe they are an extension of God. That's not the way I am - I think it's more important to listen to a customer and not to your ego. Most designers refuse to change or customize a design. I believe it's important to customize because I believe being a fashion designer is a gift and I never take it for granted.

  • Default
    Guest
    almost 3 years ago

    You are so beautiful! What is your skincare regime and what brands do you recommend?

    You are so beautiful! What is your skincare regime and what brands do you recommend?

    • Pnina Tornai
      Pnina Tornai World-famous Wedding Gown Designer
      almost 3 years ago Israel

      Sisley is and has always been my favorite skin care. The quality of the plant is the best - the essence of the plant that they use. It's an aromatherapy, so smelling the product even before using it affects you. They have everything - skincare, makeup, the best products in the world. When the harvest hasn't been good for that year for its ingredients in particular product, they'll discontinue that product until they have ingredients they deem worthy.

      Sisley is and has always been my favorite skin care. The quality of the plant is the best - the essence of the plant that they use. It's an aromatherapy, so smelling the product even before using it affects you. They have everything - skincare, makeup, the best products in the world. When the harvest hasn't been good for that year for its ingredients in particular product, they'll discontinue that product until they have ingredients they deem worthy.

  • Natasha
    Natasha 💪🏻& 👊🏻 just like NYC
    almost 3 years ago New York, NY, United States

    What are the newest trends you're seeing in bridal?

    What are the newest trends you're seeing in bridal?

    • Pnina Tornai
      Pnina Tornai World-famous Wedding Gown Designer
      almost 3 years ago Israel

      I truly believe there are no trends in bridal. It's all about what brides want to wear. We've been seeing more trends in sexy dresses in the last few years. I take credit for that - or the blame. Brides are more aware of their bodies. There's an evolution and we have to follow it. I've seen a lot of off the shoulders, long sleeves. I believe you should be very careful not to cross the thin line between being sexy and being provocative on your wedding day. Provocative is not what I believe a bride is meant to be. A wedding is a sacred event, a family event. You have to respect your audience.

      I truly believe there are no trends in bridal. It's all about what brides want to wear. We've been seeing more trends in sexy dresses in the last few years. I take credit for that - or the blame. Brides are more aware of their bodies. There's an evolution and we have to follow it. I've seen a lot of off the shoulders, long sleeves. I believe you should be very careful not to cross the thin line between being sexy and being provocative on your wedding day. Provocative is not what I believe a bride is meant to be. A wedding is a sacred event, a family event. You have to respect your audience.

  • miranda444
    almost 3 years ago

    What kind of work/life balance have you achieved? What's your advice to other working moms, intent on pursuing career dreams while raising a family?

    What kind of work/life balance have you achieved? What's your advice to other working moms, intent on pursuing career dreams while raising a family?

    • Pnina Tornai
      Pnina Tornai World-famous Wedding Gown Designer
      almost 3 years ago Israel

      Being a mom is a career by itself. You have to understand that. If you choose a second career, a professional career, it will always be easier than being a mom. Being a mom involves all kinds of efforts - the responsibility is beyond any other that you have. As a mom, I always felt guilty spending so much time on my career. And for moms like me, they invented the saying that 'Quality time is better than quantity time.' But it's not true. I admire women that are career women and moms at the same time. In terms of work/life balance, it's very important to connect with yourself at least a few times a day - whether it's walking or having a glass of wine at night - In the crazy world that we live in, if we don't connect with ourselves, we can easily get lost. When I'm too busy and I don't have time for myself, I lose it. Even taking a bath or a shower to decompress is helpful. I have to tell you sometimes I come home and I can barely make it to my bathtub. I'm so exhausted. Finally, I'd advise to choose a good partner in life who can support you both emotionally and physically. That makes all the difference.

      Being a mom is a career by itself. You have to understand that. If you choose a second career, a professional career, it will always be easier than being a mom. Being a mom involves all kinds of efforts - the responsibility is beyond any other that you have. As a mom, I always felt guilty spending so much time on my career. And for moms like me, they invented the saying that 'Quality time is better than quantity time.' But it's not true. I admire women that are career women and moms at the same time. In terms of work/life balance, it's very important to connect with yourself at least a few times a day - whether it's walking or having a glass of wine at night - In the crazy world that we live in, if we don't connect with ourselves, we can easily get lost. When I'm too busy and I don't have time for myself, I lose it. Even taking a bath or a shower to decompress is helpful. I have to tell you sometimes I come home and I can barely make it to my bathtub. I'm so exhausted. Finally, I'd advise to choose a good partner in life who can support you both emotionally and physically. That makes all the difference.

  • Tiffany Pham
    Tiffany Pham Founder & CEO, Mogul
    almost 3 years ago New York, NY, USA

    What is one of the biggest lessons you learned in terms of building an international brand? How did you initially grow your brand in new markets? How do you do so now that you've risen to such prominence?

    What is one of the biggest lessons you learned in terms of building an international brand? How did you initially grow your brand in new markets? How do you do so now that you've risen to such prominence?

    • Pnina Tornai
      Pnina Tornai World-famous Wedding Gown Designer
      almost 3 years ago Israel

      Everything has to start with a very strong belief. I always believed that I would cross borders and be universal in what I do. And I do speak five languages - so I do think it was meant to be. I think if you don't work hard, very hard, to fulfill your beliefs and your dreams, it doesn't happen. And you have to understand that every country has its codes of behavior and you have to respect that. Just because you're a successful person, you can not allow yourself to disrespect anyone and his culture. And whenever I visit a country for the first time on a business trip, I always ask the people I meet , 'What is the thing that you don't like? What is the worst thing that I could do according to your culture or your beliefs?' Some people believe that because you are successful, you can do whatever you want. I'm not like that. I respect other cultures. That's part of being a global brand. You have to learn the cultures that you are dealing with. I'm so grateful that in America, America loves and accepts everything.

      Everything has to start with a very strong belief. I always believed that I would cross borders and be universal in what I do. And I do speak five languages - so I do think it was meant to be. I think if you don't work hard, very hard, to fulfill your beliefs and your dreams, it doesn't happen. And you have to understand that every country has its codes of behavior and you have to respect that. Just because you're a successful person, you can not allow yourself to disrespect anyone and his culture. And whenever I visit a country for the first time on a business trip, I always ask the people I meet , 'What is the thing that you don't like? What is the worst thing that I could do according to your culture or your beliefs?' Some people believe that because you are successful, you can do whatever you want. I'm not like that. I respect other cultures. That's part of being a global brand. You have to learn the cultures that you are dealing with. I'm so grateful that in America, America loves and accepts everything.

  • tishita
    almost 3 years ago

    hi, which one was your favorite and who was it for?

    hi, which one was your favorite and who was it for?

    • Pnina Tornai
      Pnina Tornai World-famous Wedding Gown Designer
      almost 3 years ago Israel

      I had a bride who was 71 years old and it was her first wedding. She was gorgeous and she had the most beautiful body in the world. And I felt like I was touched by God to be able to make this woman happy. It was her first wedding. And she wanted a white dress. She was a champion in tennis and she had such amazing legs. That was really very, very, very special.

      I had a bride who was 71 years old and it was her first wedding. She was gorgeous and she had the most beautiful body in the world. And I felt like I was touched by God to be able to make this woman happy. It was her first wedding. And she wanted a white dress. She was a champion in tennis and she had such amazing legs. That was really very, very, very special.

  • Sally22
    almost 3 years ago

    Would also love to know about your past as a reality show contestant. What was your favorite experience when it comes to reality shows? And what was your craziest experience when it comes to reality shows?

    Would also love to know about your past as a reality show contestant. What was your favorite experience when it comes to reality shows? And what was your craziest experience when it comes to reality shows?

    • Pnina Tornai
      Pnina Tornai World-famous Wedding Gown Designer
      almost 3 years ago Israel

      My favorite experience when it comes to reality shows, I participated in the celebrity version of Master Chef and I came in second. And I came in second because I wasn't nice to one of the judges. I think I could have won if I had been nice to him. He didn't like me and I didn't like him. He took away the points at the end. But the country of Israel loved me - everyone in the streets was so angry afterwards at the outcome and supported me. I loved that experience on the Celebrity Masterchef show because it challenged me to go beyond my capacities. I'm an ok cook but I really needed to connect with a library of recipes - It was really almost impossible. Every time I went up to the next step, it was by a miracle. So that was really the most amazing experience. It pushed me. Of course being on Say Yes to the Dress is an amazing experience because it allows me to do what I do in my profession and share it with the whole world. The show airs in `140 countries. I can not walk the streets of Rome without being recognized. I opened a store in Angola because of this show. That's the power of this one show. But the craziest experience I participated in on reality TV was the celebrity version of Big Brother in Israel. I didn't understand how I got into that situation. I came out - I was a finalist. It taught me so many things about myself, my capacity to survive situations I never thought I could. It was like being in prison for a month with no contact with the outside world. I'm a self made woman in a very protected world that I created for myself. That's the first time I had to live in a house with 13 people that I didn't know. It taught me that I am a fighter. I didn't even know that I had it in me. When it came to competing, I threw them out of the house one after another. I kept winning and winning and winning. I was the last woman coming out. And that was a huge challenge. And then overnight you become a superstar and that's another thing you have to learn how to embrace because it's not obvious how to behave with people in the street. Everybody wants to kiss and hug you and I"m very proud that I could stay myself.

      My favorite experience when it comes to reality shows, I participated in the celebrity version of Master Chef and I came in second. And I came in second because I wasn't nice to one of the judges. I think I could have won if I had been nice to him. He didn't like me and I didn't like him. He took away the points at the end. But the country of Israel loved me - everyone in the streets was so angry afterwards at the outcome and supported me. I loved that experience on the Celebrity Masterchef show because it challenged me to go beyond my capacities. I'm an ok cook but I really needed to connect with a library of recipes - It was really almost impossible. Every time I went up to the next step, it was by a miracle. So that was really the most amazing experience. It pushed me. Of course being on Say Yes to the Dress is an amazing experience because it allows me to do what I do in my profession and share it with the whole world. The show airs in `140 countries. I can not walk the streets of Rome without being recognized. I opened a store in Angola because of this show. That's the power of this one show. But the craziest experience I participated in on reality TV was the celebrity version of Big Brother in Israel. I didn't understand how I got into that situation. I came out - I was a finalist. It taught me so many things about myself, my capacity to survive situations I never thought I could. It was like being in prison for a month with no contact with the outside world. I'm a self made woman in a very protected world that I created for myself. That's the first time I had to live in a house with 13 people that I didn't know. It taught me that I am a fighter. I didn't even know that I had it in me. When it came to competing, I threw them out of the house one after another. I kept winning and winning and winning. I was the last woman coming out. And that was a huge challenge. And then overnight you become a superstar and that's another thing you have to learn how to embrace because it's not obvious how to behave with people in the street. Everybody wants to kiss and hug you and I"m very proud that I could stay myself.

  • Sally22
    almost 3 years ago

    What drew you to design bridal gowns? What's your idea of a beautiful wedding gown?

    What drew you to design bridal gowns? What's your idea of a beautiful wedding gown?

    • Pnina Tornai
      Pnina Tornai World-famous Wedding Gown Designer
      almost 3 years ago Israel

      Because this is the most important dress in every woman's life, it's not just creating fashion - it's creating the most memorable dress that a woman would ever wear. It makes it very special and because I am a very romantic person, being part of this most important part of so many women's lives, makes me in love. I feel very fulfilled with love. I'm very blessed to be able to serve love with love.

      Because this is the most important dress in every woman's life, it's not just creating fashion - it's creating the most memorable dress that a woman would ever wear. It makes it very special and because I am a very romantic person, being part of this most important part of so many women's lives, makes me in love. I feel very fulfilled with love. I'm very blessed to be able to serve love with love.

  • glasshalffull100
    almost 3 years ago

    Love your gowns! You have some of the sexiest gowns around. What inspires you when you are creating your designs? Who is the bride that you have in mind when you create your designs?

    Love your gowns! You have some of the sexiest gowns around. What inspires you when you are creating your designs? Who is the bride that you have in mind when you create your designs?

    • Pnina Tornai
      Pnina Tornai World-famous Wedding Gown Designer
      almost 3 years ago Israel

      I truly have each and every bride in mind when I design my collections. And you can see it in my runway shows. I really feature almost every silhouette, every style. I use a huge variety of fabrics. And I'm always open to change any of my designs for a bride - to customize for brides who ask for changes. As for what inspires me, life inspires me. I'm really - because it's organic, because I never studied fashion, everything that happens around me inspires me. If I take a walk in Central Park in the morning and I see a flower, it becomes a dress. Movies inspire me. I travel a lot and I love watching movies on the plane. Gone with the Wind inspired me. I've done Scarlett dresses. My dresses, most of them are corseted, and I believe that comes from watching Gone with the Wind when I was very young. I love Alice in Wonderland. I always have a notebook and a pencil with me. And working with my brides is my main source of inspiration. Every bride has a different dream and being there to make it happen for her allows me to create a new dress every time.

      I truly have each and every bride in mind when I design my collections. And you can see it in my runway shows. I really feature almost every silhouette, every style. I use a huge variety of fabrics. And I'm always open to change any of my designs for a bride - to customize for brides who ask for changes. As for what inspires me, life inspires me. I'm really - because it's organic, because I never studied fashion, everything that happens around me inspires me. If I take a walk in Central Park in the morning and I see a flower, it becomes a dress. Movies inspire me. I travel a lot and I love watching movies on the plane. Gone with the Wind inspired me. I've done Scarlett dresses. My dresses, most of them are corseted, and I believe that comes from watching Gone with the Wind when I was very young. I love Alice in Wonderland. I always have a notebook and a pencil with me. And working with my brides is my main source of inspiration. Every bride has a different dream and being there to make it happen for her allows me to create a new dress every time.

  • MaryPflumPeterson
    almost 3 years ago

    Hi Pnina - Such an honor to have you answering questions on Ask A Mogul Anything. How did you become a fashion designer? What drew you to the world of fashion? And who are some of the designers you adored (and/or wore) when you were growing up?

    Hi Pnina - Such an honor to have you answering questions on Ask A Mogul Anything. How did you become a fashion designer? What drew you to the world of fashion? And who are some of the designers you adored (and/or wore) when you were growing up?

    • Pnina Tornai
      Pnina Tornai World-famous Wedding Gown Designer
      almost 3 years ago Israel

      Actually, I never wanted to be a fashion designer when I was growing up. I wanted to be an actress, which I was in my home country. I truly believe that the profession chose me instead of me choosing it. It started with a dream that I had one night where I could see the most amazing dresses falling down from the sky. I laid down on the lawn and I looked at those dresses and I could see every single detail. And I woke up that morning and looked at the sky and said, 'God, I understand what you're saying - but you're going to have to help me. I've never studied fashion!' And here I am 26 years later. When I actually first came to Kleinfeld, they didn't like my dresses. And they didn't want them. And I left and I cried all the way back home for 10 hours on the plane. I said 'This can't be happening to me. I will be one of the most influential designers.' And it happened. I'm so happy that my story can inspire people who are discouraged by one event or the other. My story tells people not to give up. Today I am Kleinfeld's number one designer - selling more than 10,000 dresses a year at Kleinfeld alone.

      Actually, I never wanted to be a fashion designer when I was growing up. I wanted to be an actress, which I was in my home country. I truly believe that the profession chose me instead of me choosing it. It started with a dream that I had one night where I could see the most amazing dresses falling down from the sky. I laid down on the lawn and I looked at those dresses and I could see every single detail. And I woke up that morning and looked at the sky and said, 'God, I understand what you're saying - but you're going to have to help me. I've never studied fashion!' And here I am 26 years later. When I actually first came to Kleinfeld, they didn't like my dresses. And they didn't want them. And I left and I cried all the way back home for 10 hours on the plane. I said 'This can't be happening to me. I will be one of the most influential designers.' And it happened. I'm so happy that my story can inspire people who are discouraged by one event or the other. My story tells people not to give up. Today I am Kleinfeld's number one designer - selling more than 10,000 dresses a year at Kleinfeld alone.

      • Pnina Tornai
        Pnina Tornai World-famous Wedding Gown Designer
        almost 3 years ago Israel

        As for who I adored growing up when it came to fashion, I always loved Chanel and Dior. I loved Thierry Mugler - I loved the structures. He's a genius in structures. They're the best.

        As for who I adored growing up when it came to fashion, I always loved Chanel and Dior. I loved Thierry Mugler - I loved the structures. He's a genius in structures. They're the best.


Pnina Tornai
World-famous Wedding Gown Designer

Pnina Tornai is an Israeli fashion and wedding dress designer, reality and daytime TV personality. Tornai has made a name for herself by being featured with her wedding gowns on TLC's reality television show Say Yes to the Dress that airs in over 145 countries worldwide. With stores around the [...]

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