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Pnina Tornai was born on 25 November, 1962 in Israel, is a Fashion designer, reality and daytime television personality. At 58 years old, Pnina Tornai height is 5 ft 0 in (154.0 cm).
Now We discover Pnina Tornai's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of net worth at the age of 60 years old?
|Occupation||Fashion designer, reality and daytime television personality|
|Pnina Tornai Age||60 years old|
|Born||25 November 1962|
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Who Is Pnina Tornai's Husband?
Her husband is David Levinshtein (m. 2000)
|Husband||David Levinshtein (m. 2000)|
Pnina Tornai Net Worth
She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Pnina Tornai worth at the age of 60 years old? Pnina Tornai’s income source is mostly from being a successful Fashion designer. She is from Israel. We have estimated Pnina Tornai's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2022||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2021||Pending|
|Salary in 2021||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Fashion designer|
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Much of Tornai’s design inspiration comes from her travels to exotic places where she takes in new cultures and beautiful surroundings, and is able to "see things differently, as though I am experiencing them for the very first time."
The Pnina Tornai product line has expanded to include footwear, accessories, headpieces, jewelry and fragrance, all befitting the brand’s couture aesthetic . She recently added evening gowns to her collection, and also designs kaftans, which closely represents her heritage.
Tornai’s clients include royalty, celebrities and pop icons. Eva Bryan, NASCAR driver Kurt Busch's wife, sported a Pnina Tornai wedding gown at their wedding . Good Morning America's meteorologist, Ginger Zee said "I do" to her NBC News correspondent fiancé Ben Aaron with a Pnina Tornai dress. Real Housewife and actress NeNe Leakes remarried her husband wearing a Pnina Tornai wedding gown covered in hundreds of Swarovski crystals. Danielle Deleasa Jonas, celebrated six-year wedding anniversary with her husband Kevin Jonas, a member of the Jonas Brothers, wearing a Pnina Tornai evening dress.
Tornai’s gowns have been photographed and featured in publications such as People Magazine, The New York Times Fashion & Style Magazine, Fashion Wire Daily, Women's Wear Daily (WWD) Fashion Magazine, Glamour Magazine, Talking with Tami.
Her work has been seen on television in many episodes of TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress and on the fifth episode of the Love & Hip Hop Live web series "Yandy & Mendeecees Are Getting Married!" on VH1.
Tornai's 2016 runway collection was shot in the dry desert where water is most needed. This collection is an ode to water, the way it flows and intertwines with wind and sand to create new spirit and energy. Inspired by how wind moves water, creating breathtaking reflections of light, and how waves break and fluff as they hit the sand. Tornai has combined water-like crystals, coral lace, wavy ruffles and water-like pearls to mimic the magic of wind upon water. From flowing chiffons, to dripping water-like details and coral-inspired lace, each gown's details echo the elemental rhythm of the world. Beginning again, in a new decade, with this collection represents her resolve to re-energize and empower the environment.
Tornai's 2012 collection featured gowns made of silk, satin, lace and were topped with pearls and jewels. Tornai used pearls because she recalled that her late mother and grandmother always wore pearls when they left the house. After the passing of her mother, a friend helped her through her grief by comparing tears to pearls, thus the idea for that collection emerged. The collection was based on tears of joy, which translates to pearls of joy for a bride on her wedding day.
Tornai appeared on the Israeli version of the reality television show Big Brother VIP in 2009. She is also a gourmet cook and appeared on the reality TV show MasterChef VIP in 2015. Tornai has a love for entertaining, she is an avid gardener and a collector of vintage couture fashion - a passion she developed while living in Paris for ten years.
Tornai's 2008 bridal collection was infused with floral designs on the corsets, silk pantsuits, and spaghetti-strapped dress that had scalloped hemlines. All of these dresses were inspired by the love song "La Vie en rose" by Édith Piaf.
In 2005, Tornai first showed her dresses to Kleinfeld Bridal, but her designs were initially rejected by the famous bridal salon for being too sexy. Tornai did not give up, and slightly altered her dresses and returned a while later. When she returned, one of her dresses caught the eye of many, and she soon became one of Kleinfled's wedding dress designers. A Pnina Tornai bridal boutique was then opened in-store for Tornai's dresses. After only two years she became the store's top vendor. Tornai is the only designer to have her own boutique within Kleinfeld. Women from all over the world travelled to meet with Tornai at her boutique inside Kleinfeld, New York. Tornai takes personal interest in each and every one of her brides, and feels truly honored to be dressing them on the most important day of their lives.
After Tornai's time in Paris, she returned to Israel with her son. She opened a small store in Tel Aviv, with only one seamstress to help her. The two began creating day and evening gowns. Tornai began making wedding dresses in 1992, when a woman asked if she could make her a wedding dress that mirrored an evening gown that she had seen in the shop window. Tornai accepted the challenge, and when the woman got married, the photo of their wedding made the front page of an Israeli newspaper. When other brides-to-be saw the picture, they came to Tornai asking if she could replicate the dress, which then launched her career. Tornai turned her store into a wedding dress salon.
Pnina Tornai (Hebrew: פנינה טורנה ; born November 25, 1962) is an Israeli fashion and wedding dress designer, reality and daytime TV personality. Tornai has made a name for herself by being featured with her wedding gowns on TLC's reality television show Say Yes to the Dress that airs in over 145 countries worldwide. With stores around the world and a lot of media attention, Tornai today is a social media star and is considered as a lifestyle expert. For the last decade Tornai has been the top seller at Kleinfeld Bridal.