Don’t miss the Barbara Kavchok Trunk Show event December 3rd – 11th at Love it at Stella’s Bridal in Westminster, Maryland.
The Designer, Barbara Kavchok, will be coming to see our brides on December 11th! Don’t miss it!
What is a Trunk Show?
Trunk shows are when we have select gowns in the store to highlight a designer’s new collection. They are in the store for a limited time and will be gone once the event is over! It is the best time to see a sampling of the designer’s gowns if you are interested and order your dress!
About Barbara Kavchok:
At Barbara Kavchok, we believe inclusivity should be a given, not an added bonus. We are sure to always offer inclusive customization and sizing options for brides of all shapes, sizes or backgrounds.
Not only are our gowns made out of our studio in Bethlehem, PA, but we also have a zero waste design process that includes reusing each scrap of fabric and incorporating it into new designs, banning the use of harsh chemicals in our design process, and using carbon neutral techniques to offset our footprint.
Making the Earth a better place, one gown at a time.
We remain authentic in our design approach by always designing with the bride in mind and hand-crafting our gowns in the USA. Our team is paid fair wages, we hand select our partners, & we always put our bride first.
An artist before all else, Barbara’s love of fashion stems from her love of art. Her dresses are not just simply designs – they are handcrafted, well-loved pieces of wearable art that incorporate her eye for fashion and her fine art degree. The ever-evolving world of fashion is what excites Barbara to keep pursuing her career as a designer.
“Growing up, I was submersed in all things bridal as I watched my mother Eugenia – of Eugenia Couture – create gowns for so many beautiful women. When it came time to choose my own path though, I wanted to do something different. The University of the Arts in Philadelphia became my home away from home as I studied fine art and illustration. The classical training I received there was beyond compare. Painting and drafting were where I focused my studies and felt like I could have the most creative freedom. After my schooling, I worked as a mural painter and fine artist before realizing that my true calling all along was to design refreshing gowns for new generations of brides to come. I became an apprentice for my mother at Eugenia Couture for six years and in 2012 I took on the role of Chief Designer there. In 2016 I celebrated the launch of my own brand.” – Barbara Kavchok.