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Elle launches Elle International Bridal Awards

Elle Bridal Awards ()

Elle partnered with Si SposaItalia Collezioni Milano Bridal Week on the first-ever global Elle International Bridal Awards.

On the occasion of Si SposaItalia Collezioni’s 40th anniversary, Elle brings to the stage the best and most outstanding names and brands on local and international levels of the bridal sector. Federating 12 editions of Elle that publish spin-offs, supplements or digital content on bridal, Elle spotlights bridal brands from around the world.

Among 10 different categories, 105 brands were nominated by Elle editors, then voted on by a jury by the magazine editors-in-chief and fashion industry experts.

The categories include Best Bridal Gown, Best Bridal Collection, Best Groom Collection and Best Bridal Ad Campaign among others.

The final winners will be announced publicly during the Elle International Bridal Awards ceremony in Milan on May 19th. The event will be hosted by the American bridal designer and star of the internationally broadcasted television show "Say Yes to the Dress," Randy Fenoli.

Publication of the winners in Elle editions will begin from May 20th onwards, in print and online.

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