NEW YORK, April 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Lee Anderson Couture has moved to the sunny side of the street at 975 Lexington Avenue, helping restore this charming block to pre-covid times. As several blocks with vacant stores take over the streets of New York, entrepreneurs are slowly flocking to the city and reestablishing businesses.
Lee Anderson Couture, established in 1980, has been serving exclusive clients for over 42 years. The designer, despite all the odds during COVID 19, not only survived, but thrived with increased demand for bespoke luxury designs for clientele. Lee Anderson couture is nationally recognized for her specialty events and bespoke designs for weddings. The wedding boom has created the busiest season for fashion in 40 years, leading to limited inventory in department stores and a growing demand for bespoke dresses.
Lee Anderson and his staff are delighted to welcome clients to his new location and help them organize their events. Lee Anderson Couture is where Italian and French fabrics meet personal style and are created under the supervision of a professional design team, led by veteran designer, Lee Anderson.
About Lee Anderson
Lee Anderson is an American designer, originally from northern California. Lee moved to New York and attended the Traphagen School of Design in 1973. After graduation, she was introduced to Seventh Avenue by Ralph Lauren (1975), then a member of the Kreisler Group. She started working for John Kloss a legendary designer (1975). From 1975 to 1978, Lee worked as an assistant designer and occasional freelancer for Ralph Lauren Active Wear press kits (1977) before moving to Kasper by Joan Leslie as an assistant designer (1979).
Lee Anderson designs for women who refuse to wear “label conscious” clothing available in every city they travel to. In 1980, Lee Anderson left Seventh Avenue to establish his label in a townhouse off Madison Avenue. Its clientele includes international royalty, high profile personalities, socialites and celebrities.
Lee Anderson is known for her fabrics, chromatic luxury, graphic details and layering. The fitters shape the garments in the collection to fit precisely and reflect the customer’s personality.
Barneys, first discovered it (1981), then its competitor Bergdorf Goodman (1989) Saks (1991), Bloomingdales (1991) and specialty stores followed. Lee Anderson received the “Design Excellence” award from the New York Horticultural Society (2012).
Lee Anderson Couture 975 Lexington Avenue New York, NY, 10021 – 212.722.2463
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