Made to measure
Coming from a family of couturiers, Hanna Toumajean was exposed from a young age to refined technique and elegant design. Hanna Toumajean is a third-generation couturier, his father Gebran designed ready-to-wear since 1969 in Lebanon.
His grandfather, for whom he is named, owned a textile factory in Turkey. His family heritage in fashion shaped who he is today, not only in having the genetic makeup precise touch and creativity, but there is certain sensibility and level of refinement necessary in order to make beautiful dresses that he was in tune with from a young age After 10 years of wholesales dresses around the world, Hanna Toumajean focuses now on bridal and evening dresses in his new boutique. He calls out to today’s romantic bride seeking a modern twist on traditional styling. Sexy necklines and backlines show off cowls, plunging Vs and loads of illusion, while sleeves dance the length of the arm, from caps to shorts to three-quarters, and boleros hint at denure sophistication.
Watch for illusion lace gracing backs, necklines and sleeves; flora botanica adorning sheer organza appliqués and lace edged hems; subtle shades of blush, Champagne, and nude; and less structured, lighter weight styles for the bride. The designer himself is always watching over the finest details, leading to always gorgeous and extravagant