From the red carpet right through to the most glamorous of society weddings, Romona Keveza is one of Hollywood’s most cherished designers. Angelina Jolie chose to wear her at the premiere of her film In The Land of Blood and Honey when she publicly reunited with her father John Voight for the first time in years, Lady Gaga wore a Keveza gown to the Epix’s Evening with Arthur Fogel in a dress that changed her image over night re labelling her ‘more Lady than Gaga’, while Jessica Alba chose a gold gown in 2014 to the Magnum Golden Butterfly Awards in Istanbul, Turkey. Taylor Swift has worn her dresses in magazine editorials and Beyone’s mother even chose Keveza to re marry in. If power dressing is a thing, then these gowns quite literally changed history for many of these A-listers, and are still the inspiration behind her current bridal collection. Seeing is believing, for be warned, understanding women is what Romona does best. From her cut to fabric choice she has that inherent knowledge of exactly what is needed for each woman for each special moment in time. Fashion she claims is in her blood with her mother teaching her ‘everything she knows’. She created her own brand completely on her own in 1999 and is still head of the label. Her now very well respected luxury bridal brand has been known for its feminine, sophisticated and luxurious designs. As she says, "My Signature style is to use as few seams as possible and mould the body." Her flagship store located in the iconic Rockefeller Plaza in New York City, and now her incredible designs can be found not only at Browns Bride but more recently at The Wedding Gallery, at Number 1 Marylebone, London.