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April 20, 2012  | by: Lindsay Barton

Elie Tahari

Most think women’s fashion comes from talented females, but think again. Men started fashion powerhouses like Dior and Valentino.  Elie Tahari is no different. This talented Israeli designer came to New York City and hit it big in the 80’s with a tailored suit. Women never looked better and the decade was forever transformed. Keep reading to see why Tahari’s designs can’t stay on the shelves!

Jennifer Hudson in Elie Tahari

Tahari was introduced to the fashion world when he worked at a boutique in Greenwich Village in the 70’s. His lively party dresses were well received and his name was on the map. He was one of the first fashion designers to open a boutique on Madison Avenue in 1974. Tahari’s brand has expanded over the years and now includes a full menswear line as well as a shoe and handbag collection.

Women are drawn to Elie Tahari’s designs that celebrate feminine fabrics and intricate details. His sophisticated collections receive rave reviews at Fashion Week and celebrities can’t get enough of his elegant dresses.  If you’re ever in a fashion rut, remember this from Elie Tahari: “Clothing should be quieter than the woman so that her true beauty can shine through.”

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