Wedding Dress Styles for Every Bride at Tre Bella Bridal in Durham NC
Eugenia Vasiliadis began her career in high-fashion bridal design in her native Greece over 30 years ago and later created her own line here in the US, Eugenia Couture. Her daughter, Barbara Kavchok, joined the business in 2004 and became lead designer in 2012. Today, the women work very closely together, but Barbara has certainly paved a new path for the company. With a classical art background, she has contributed fine-art techniques to the design process, striving to make each gown a masterpiece.
At New York Bridal Fashion Week, Southern Bride & Groom Magazine was delighted to meet this mother-daughter team, who are as down-to-earth as they are talented. As you can see, the gowns by Eugenia Couture and their new label, Joy, are a wide range of styles that can appeal to many different brides.
Eugenia Couture wedding dresses have recently made their way to NC via Tre Bella Bridal, downtown Durham’s bridal salon. Tre Bella is a family business as well, owned and operated by two sisters, Rachael Price and Rebecca Price Simmons. We hope you will fall in love with some of the beautiful gowns from the fall 2016 Eugenia Couture and Joy collections, and head to Tre Bella Bridal to see one of these artistic creations in person.
The craftmanship and beauty of each gown was captured by Riley MacLean Photography. Enjoy the photo tour!
“Miranda” is silk chiffon with a lovely rose accent.
‘Edith’ is a sheath with sheer kimono sleeves which is lovely and modest from all angles.
‘Geneva’ features a sheer Chantilly lace and Alencon lace tank matched with a tulle A-line skirt
‘Faith,’ shown front and back, is a Raschel knit lace bodice with bell cap sleeve (below is a tulle A-line skirt).
Sweet and romantic, ‘Sasha’ is a lace and organza off-the-shoulder wedding dress – a popular look this fall. It has soft rose bud details.
‘Rosalia’ features satin with delicate, hand painted roses and soft gathered tulle
The bodice of ‘Neela’ features sheer Chantilly lace tank under Venise lace appliques
Founder Eugenia Vasiliadis and her daughter, Lead Designer Barbara Kavchok.
Photos by Riley MacLean Photography