Iman shares wedding do's and do's (including her own), and lets us in on what she told Cindy.

on Jan 7, 2011

Bravo: This week's challenge was wedding themed, can you tell us a little bit about what you wore to your own wedding?

Iman: I wore a custom made Herve Leger and got married in Florence, Italy

Bravo: What sort of constraints/points did you want the designers to keep in mind in designing for a wedding?

Iman: A wedding "dress" should look timeless and has to make the "client" very comfortable and beautiful. It is one of the most important events in one's life and the creation of the "dress" should be stress free...but Calvin made sure to bring on more stress than usual!

Bravo: What's your wedding no-no? What sort of outfits, or styles, or other features do you hate seeing in the clothing for a wedding party?

Iman: I would say that costume and themes are a no-no. It is not a costume party. It is a celebration of love, but some of the "clients" in this episode really stretched the patience of the designers and managed to almost send all our designers home! 

Bravo: Dominique pulled out her second win in a row this week, with her lovely white gown. What about it put it out of the standard bridal territory and into the win column for you guys?

Iman: What she did diplomatically perfect is to give the client what she wanted but at the same time she put her own signature on it. It looked timeless and photographable, which will be the one thing that will be recorded for posterity.