“Let’s say you’re a bride whose closet is filled to the brim with old-school silk blouses, vintage 501s, eBay scores, and flea market finds; a cookie-cutter, mass-market bridal gown that’s been photographed to death isn’t really your jam. Shareen Mitchell created her namesake vintage-reworked and -inspired bridal collection with just that woman in mind. And with over a decade of curating pieces for her successful vintage bi-coastal boutiques in Los Angeles and New York, she knows a thing or two about what her clientele is looking for. Think: timeless silhouettes, unfussy fabrics, antique lace, retro-ruffles, and dresses with pockets (!!)—it’s like Martha Stewart Wedding’s Senior Fashion and Market Editor, Jessica King puts it: “It’s for a bride who loves a sense of history with a modern touch.” Exactly.”
Click here to read the full interview in Coveteur’s One-on-One Series.
Written by Noah Lehava
Photography by Alec Kugler