Updated: Sep 19, 2020
Pantora RTW is part of Pantora Inc, a family of lines by Jamaican American Designer Andrea Pitter Campbell.
The glamour of a Pantora Bridal gown is no longer reserved for brides to be. The adventurous ready to wear line for glamorous and care free women, featuring pieces in XS to XXXL launches this week. The collection will be streamed via @PantoraBridal on Instagram Thursday, September 17th, at 2:30PM EST. Pieces from the collection will be available for pre-order on www.PantoraRTW.com following the live stream. The collection features beaded fringe, sequins, feathers and metallic wovens in dresses, pantsuits and bralettes, all ranging from $69 to $295.
Designer Andrea Pitter Campbell shares “Releasing a ready to wear line is my acknowledgement to those who have supported Pantora Bridal for so many years. Women have been wanting to wear the brand despite their marital status. That means the world to me. I wanted to bridge the gap between past, present, future Pantora brides, and women who simply want to add a little more glamour to their closets”. Previews can be seen on the Pantora RTW and Pantora Bridal IG pages now.
Thursday, September 17th, 2:30PM EST
Instagram Live: @PantoraBridal
About Pantora Inc,
Known for their acknowledgment of femininity, glamour, classic shapes and modern details, Pantora Bridal launched in 2011 by Designer Andrea Pitter Campbell becoming the main line under Pantora Inc. A graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology, Andrea started pursuing a career in fashion at 12 years old. Pantora disrupts the status quo, it is a true reflection of designer Andrea Pitter’s aesthetic, combining classic silhouettes with modern details and textiles. The looks are designed to destroy societal beauty standards, providing fashion that compliments an inclusive range of body types and complexions. Pantora Bridal merges glamour and edge with sophistication. The designs are bridging the gap between what the traditional bridal fashion industry offers and what is desperately needed. The designs are often ornate in detail or dramatic in silhouette, filling the void of bold but wearable bridal fashion. Seen on Munaluchi Bride, BRIDES, The New York Times, ESSENCE, POP SUGAR, HELLO BEAUTIFUL, The Knot amongst other outlets.