Jet lag wasn’t the only reason Vera Wang sounded a little weary Tuesday morning.
The designer had taken a 72-hour cross-country break from designing her next wedding-gown collection to fly to Los Angeles to give her new Beverly Hills bridal store the once-over before it officially opens Saturday. Aside from rallying 20 contractors to ensure her check list is completed, Wang examined artist Marco Brambilla’s in-store installation and still needed to decide on neon lighting for the windowless store’s entrance.
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