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Brøsche Bridal Designers

At Brøsche, we come together to generate and develop ideas into wearable art. Here we are inspired by the relentless desire to construct gowns that defy gravity. Each design is made with extreme attention to detail and each applique hand sewn to perfection. Well versed in the language of fine art and textile, our Brøsche designers translate emotions into a formula through discovering potential in the obstruct and transforming it into opportunity.

You barely will meet the real designer of dress when visiting bridal shops in Toronto. But this is not a problem in Brøsche.  We are always here to welcome and listen you. 

Lilit Azaryan - Designer

LILIT Azaryan

Owner, Creative Director

Lilit Azaryan instinctively knew her passion for art from an early age. A self-taught tailor and pattern maker with an eye for detail, Lilit pursued fashion and textile design, through a Bachelor and later a Masters degree in visual arts that specialized in textile design at the State Academy of Fine Arts of Armenia. Then Lilit followed with a Masters that encompassed: concept design at Hogeschool Van de Kunst Utrecht, a focus on textiles at Winchester School of Art / University of Southampton, and marketing/management at L'Institut Français de la Mode IFM Paris. Experimenting with shape, print and color in different work environments built her confidence to discover the untapped potential in the limitations of apparel and open a one-of-its-kind alteration boutique, 3rd Floor Tailors, in 2014. The concept store of 4+ years thrives on taking advantage of restriction in textile and apparel through fabric manipulation and creative experimentation.

Lana Kuidir - Designer

LANA Kuidir

co-Founder, Creative Operating Manager

Lana Kuidir has a background education in Interactive Arts and Robotics, and graduated from Ryerson University with a Bachelor of Image Arts "New Media". Lana was surrounded by textiles from a young age. What started as a fascination with the textures and patterns seen at her grandfather’s textile mill in Damascus, Syria later evolved into experimenting and finding new ways to use textiles as a medium. This led her to specialize in Wearable Technology. Lana showcased her work at the Burroughes and the Gardiner Museum. Followed by a Fashion Design degree from the Academy of Design as part of her journey as an artist. Kuidir showed her debut collection in Toronto and Quebec city; Opening for Fashion on Yonge and participating in StartUp Fashion week. Later, Lana launched "I AM ME" Campaign that focused on empowering women with RCJP in Toronto. A conceptual designer of “sculptured emotions” Lana Kuidir finds the value of the final design lays in the challenging process of creation.