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After graduating from Smith College too many years ago to admit, I worked at Mademoiselle magazine and then Vogue magazine in the fashion departments. I then became the national scout for Elite Models and then the co-director of Elite Paris. One day, I walked away from Paris and the fashion industry and returned to NY to study acting.  I began then some of the happiest years of my life.  I studied great theatre, read amazing plays, took challenging acting classes and worked at great restaurants.  I lived in a tiny apartment and I loved it all. Three years later I went to LA to shoot a feature and stayed. I shot another and then a TV series for ABC and like that for 12 years. One day, I walked away from acting and I stood in a flea market with a bunch of vintage dresses behind me and I began to serve women fashion done with originality. I grew a notable vintage business and from it grew Shareen Bridal.

I look over my shoulder today and see that my whole life has led me to this moment of knowing how it is to serve, support, encourage and celebrate women.

I love my clients.  I value them.  I learn from them and find in them my greatest inspiration. 

There is truly nothing I won't do to please them.

My intention as a designer is to raise the love quotient in the heart of the woman standing before me. At the end of the day, every day, her happiness is my own.

Xo,

Shareen