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Nur Atelier

It was in 2008 that Nuri Dimitrova created the NIKOL Atelier – a brand for elegant casual clothes. The Atelier is also specialized in making exquisite evening and wedding dresses. The designer’s unique attitude to detail, natural materials, and precise handiwork – tailor-made for each client – has made the clothes she creates sought and desired by a lot of women.

Nuri Dimitrova has also gained fame through two exceptionally interesting projects: - The restoration of a 1948 wedding dress of a Bulgarian woman presently exhibited at the Ethnographic Museum in the town of Nessebar; - “The Fashion Show of Queens” – the second project that comprises in the elaboration of ten miniature replicas of the wedding dresses of Princess Diana of Great Britain, Japanese Princess Masako, Princess Grace (Kelly) of Monaco, Princess Victoria of Sweden, Queen Rania of Jordan, Bulgarian Princess Kalina, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Letizia, Princess of Asturias, Princess Charlene of Monaco, and Princess Mette-Marit of Norway. This exhibition has raised an enormous interest. In January 2013 Nuri Dimitrova once again provoked attention with her new NUR Haute Couture brand presented via an extravagant installation at the National Gallery of Arts. The formal dresses of the Nurologia Collection were intransient and indicative of the femininity and beauty of women.