Bridal Designer Pnina Tornai’s First Shoe Collaboration Naturalizer Drops

Naturalizer adds to bridal business with Kleinfeld Bridal’s wedding dress designer.
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March 21, 2023

Pnina Tornai holding footwear from her Naturalizer collection.
Pnina Tornai holding footwear from her Naturalizer collection. Naturalizer

Women’s footwear brand, Naturalizer, and couture bridal designer Pnina Tornai, have launched a premiere collection of shoes for weddings and special occasions.  

“We are so excited to launch the Pnina Tornai for Naturalizer shoe collection at Kleinfeld Bridal,” says Marissa Rubinetti, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Kleinfeld Bridal. “The shoe designs are exquisite and are the perfect complement to our Pnina gowns. All uniquely designed with the essence of Pnina style, the shoes will be a sure hit with our brides.” 

The original collection of nine styles includes mules, platform heels and flats in a palette of whites, nudes, metallics, black and Pnina Pink in lace, satin and glitters. Tornai designed the collection with signature details such as bows, crystal embellishments, and lace. Personalization is also part of the collection, with handwritten messages from Tornai on the sole of each shoe. 

“These shoes carry a message of love with every step that my bride takes

toward her future with the love of her life,” says Tornai. “At Naturalizer, I found the most professional and talented people in the industry, who have helped me create my beautiful shoe collection with all their knowledge and passion. When I saw the quality of the shoes and felt how comfortable they are, I knew instantly that that was the feeling I wanted to share with my brides around the world. The smile on your face starts at the tips of your toes, and there is no smile more beautiful than that of a happy bride on her wedding day!” 

The collection ranges in price from $200-$325 and is available now on Beginning on March 26, the collection will be sold through select retailers including Nordstrom, Kleinfeld Bridal, Dillard's, Von Maur and Zappos. 

“We have experienced growth in bridal and occasion footwear for the past two years,” says John Malpiedi, senior vice president and general manager, Naturalizer. “Built on the brand’s promise ‘For Every Woman,’ Naturalizer continues to drive size inclusivity for the industry and we have our sights set on innovating the wedding/occasion category even further by marrying our timeless designs and world-class comfort with a partner who has made countless brides’ dreams come true.” 

Naturalizer and Tornai debuted the collection at Tornai’s New York Bridal Fashion Week couture runway show in October 2022. The capsule planned for fall 2023 is expected to be previewed alongside Tornai’s next bridal collection in April. 

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