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Hello My Dear Brides,
I hope you and your loved ones are faring well.
In light of the unfolding Coronavirus situation in New York, within the USA, and all across the world, I want to update you on what is happening both at work, and in my heart:
Our staff are fine – we are safe and healthy, and this is paramount. I want you to know this, so you may feel reassured. And in the interest of everyone's safety, my April Trunk Show at Kleinfeld is now officially rescheduled for June 30th – July 5th.
I know these current times are deeply troubling, since we now have many aspects of our lives to navigate through unchartered waters. So in my quiet time, I have been reflecting upon my heritage.  As many of you know, I am a third-generation bridal designer, and my grandparents and parents are Holocaust survivors. They have taught me so much about humanity, flexibility, and persevering to overcome adversity.
The symbolism associated with bridal dresses are why they have remained a passion within my family, generation after generation. They represent everything we cherish: they represent continuity, love, and hope. During the war, both of my parents credit their ability to prevail through even the darkest times to the fact that they could lift their eyes towards the future with unwavering hope.
Hope is a beacon of light, and like the North Star, it is always there to guide us. When I can, I try to find different and creative ways to include it in my mindset. So I will keep dreaming and planning as my thoughts go out for health to be restored to our world.
Thank you for your understanding -- and I look forward to meeting each of you in June and to matching you with the perfect dress that speaks to your heart.
Warmest regards,

Michelle Roth
Hello My Dear Brides, I hope you and your loved ones are faring well. In light of the unfolding Coronavirus situation in New York, within the USA, and all across the world, I want to update you on what is happening both at work, and in my heart: Our staff are fine – we are safe and healthy, and this is paramount. I want you to know this, so you may feel reassured. And in the interest of everyone's safety, my April Trunk Show at Kleinfeld is now officially rescheduled for June 30th – July 5th. I know these current times are deeply troubling, since we now have many aspects of our lives to navigate through unchartered waters. So in my quiet time, I have been reflecting upon my heritage. As many of you know, I am a third-generation bridal designer, and my grandparents and parents are Holocaust survivors. They have taught me so much about humanity, flexibility, and persevering to overcome adversity. The symbolism associated with bridal dresses are why they have remained a passion within my family, generation after generation. They represent everything we cherish: they represent continuity, love, and hope. During the war, both of my parents credit their ability to prevail through even the darkest times to the fact that they could lift their eyes towards the future with unwavering hope. Hope is a beacon of light, and like the North Star, it is always there to guide us. When I can, I try to find different and creative ways to include it in my mindset. So I will keep dreaming and planning as my thoughts go out for health to be restored to our world. Thank you for your understanding -- and I look forward to meeting each of you in June and to matching you with the perfect dress that speaks to your heart. Warmest regards, Michelle Roth