Nestled in the heart of Manhattan's Fashion District, Alexis Admor has been producing head-turning party and special occasion dresses for socialites, A-listers, and forward-thinking fashionistas since 1989. Printed silk, chiffon, satin, and jacquard are just some of the many fabrics used to produce Admor's collection of elegant dresses; sequins, butterfly sleeves, bold prints, and ruched draping add extra uniqueness to many of the label's designs. Perfect for cocktail parties, Admor's "shimmer" dresses and 2fers (two-piece dresses) range from straight-shaped and sleeveless to wing-sleeved and drop-waisted; the popular lace overlay dress is nylon-lined and never goes out of style. Edgy yet elegant, Alexis Admor dresses have appeared in the pages of many fashion and celeb publications, including Us Weekly, Glamour, and InStyle.
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—TRACEY LOMRANTZ LESTER, Editorial Director