Monday, March 7, 2011

We love Jennifer Behr

Hey girls, I want to share with you about a great designer based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.  I 've had my eye on since my wedding day in 2009.  Unfortunately I wasn't able to buy one of her fabulous pieces since I had already bought mine. :-(  but you have a chance!

About the designer:

Jennifer Behr started hand-stitching headpieces and hair accessories when she was still a student of art
history and sculpture in Baltimore.  While their popularity eventually justified the opening a tiny shop dedicated to her custom creations, this was to be but the beginning of an exciting millinery career.  She soon went on to design a hair accessory collection for celebrity hairstylist Frederic Fekkai, under contract with Chanel.  When this line was discontinued, an esteemed buyer at Bergdorf Goodman encouraged Behr to continue with her own label; she has not looked back since.

Jennifer's fabulous creations a natural choice amongst Hollywood’s A-list celebrities and a favorite amongst the editors of W, Elle, and Nylon, who have featured her designs on several occasions


This talented lady brings a truly modern sense of femininity and glamour to her work. Her bridal collection for this season is phenomenal.

For more of her work, visit her website.
www.jenniferbehr.com

6 comments:

  1. I love her work, and I love her more now that I know she's based in BK! I had no idea.

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  3. Awesome find! I'm going to check her out. Love anything in the BK!

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    Thanks for the link. Heading over to check her out!

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