A Nittany Lion Surprise at the Renaissance

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This Bride Will Be The 11th Person In Her Family To Wear This Wedding Dress

by Terri Pous

"When Abby Kingston got engaged to her fiancé, Jason Curtis, last September, she didn’t have to look far to find a wedding dress. For the past 70 or so years, there’s been a tradition among the women of her family to wed in her great-great-grandmother Mary Lowry Warren’s dress from her 1895 wedding."
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Easton Designer Deborah LoPresti's Presidential Fashion Show

by Jenelle Janci

"LoPresti says an annual show of prom styles at the Gov. Wolf Building in Easton led to her showing her designs at a White House charity dinner chaired by
Nancy Reagan in Washington, D.C..."

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The Great Creators The Sedulous Artist: Deborah Lopresti

by Steve Piccione

"Scrutinize her creations from any angle and your eyes encounter breathtaking design and meticulous construction. Couturier Deborah LoPresti transforms the finest materials into extraordinary bridal gowns and sublime eveningwear.

Her lofty standards and uncanny understanding of which shapes, colors and textures complement the female form have earned her a loyal, enthusiastic following. Patrons travel from Massachusetts, Oregon, Texas, California and Europe to work with this charming, sedulous artist..."

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Tips for Picking Out the Perfect Beach-Style
Wedding Dress

by Kelly Huth

"Deborah LoPresti, a custom dress designer located in Wilson Borough, says the key to selecting a wedding dress for a beach theme is finding the right material. She recommends chiffon, lace, sheer organza or a thin, lightweight satin.

Brides can opt for "short and flirty for a more casual look," or if the dress is long, make sure there is some skin exposed at the top — be it sleeveless, thin straps or a halter..."

Local Dress Designer Sees Boost
from Olympics

by Kelly Huth

"Deborah LoPresti, owner of Deborah LoPresti Designer in Wilson Borough, never thought she'd see a bump in business for her bridal and evening wear as a result of the Olympics..."
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Crowning Glory

"Unfortunately, my budget doesn't allow for a gown that costs more than my car, so I buy one from a website that sells contestants' castoffs and take it to dress designer Deborah Lopresti for an upgrade. Lopresti knows exactly what to do with this strapless confection and adds a cluster of rhinestones and an over-the-shoulder sash." 

Easton Couturier Designer, Deborah Lopresti
Creates Fashions With Freshness & Flattering Fit

"They come from near and far to the little red brick townhouse on Easton's N. 2nd Street—some to fulfill a lifetime dream and others, a fantasy for a special night out. Some arrive by limousine, some by family car. But whether rich and famous or the girl-next-door, they're all in search of one thing: that incomparable dress that will take them down the aisle and into wedded bliss, or a unique creation that will make them shine, if only for an evening. 

Inside the front door of the building numbered "42" a sign announces Designs by Deborah LoPresti. In the foyer at the bottom of a wooden staircase, a large statue with an arrangement of dried hydrangea and other flora ushers visitors to the second floor..."

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