Say Yes to the Dress, the much-anticipated reality series, is back with a new episode. The series’ 2023 season is planned to air on TLC on Saturday, February 4, 2023, at 8 p.m. ET. Randy Fenoli and his staff from Kleinfeld Bridal will be featured on the program, providing their brides with the most exquisite wedding gowns to honor their special event and make it unique.
Randy Fenoli, who has an $8 million net worth, will present Say Yes to the Dress with his team of experts. Throughout the season, Kleinfeld staff will ensure that they satisfy their clients’ demands and attend to all of the bride’s, her family’s, and her entourage’s wants. According to the show’s official synopsis:
“In this presentation that is part wedding narrative, half fashion makeover, and part family therapy session, more than 250 experts try to make each bride’s experience inside Kleinfeld Bridal unique.”
Viewers may expect to see amazing bridal gown designs as well as inspiring anecdotes.
The presenter of Say Yes to the Dress Randy Fenoli began his fashion design career in 1992.
Randy Fenoli is a fashion designer and television personality from the United States. He was the youngest of seven children born on a cattle farm in Southern Illinois. The Say Yes to the Dress presenter has always been interested in design and learned to sew when he was nine years old. His love of design and fashion compelled him to attend the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). Randy gained multiple accolades and qualifications after graduation, cementing his place in the fashion and design industries.
Randy Fenoli for the Diamond Collection and Randy Fenoli for Dressy Creations was his first wedding collections, which he debuted in 1992. The Say Yes to the Dress presenter used the money he won as Miss Gay America in 1990 to pay for his schooling at New York’s FIT. Randy has also received two Design Excellence in the Wedding Industry (DEBI) honors, which are the most prestigious accolades given to bridal designers.
Randy worked as a fashion director at Kleinfeld Bridal Salon in New York from 2007 until 2012, advising approximately 15,000 brides every year, according to the company’s website. In 2007, he made his broadcast debut on TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress. In 2011, the designer also started presenting the show Say Yes to the Dress: Randy Knows Best.
Big Bliss and Randy to the Rescue are two of the wedding designer’s other successful programs. Every week, millions of fans admire and appreciate him as a popular television personality. Randy’s belief, according to his website, is that “no matter what her size, age, or form, EVERY woman is gorgeous.” Randy has also been on The Today Show, The View, Rachel Ray, Extra, Get Married, and The Martha Stewart Show, among others. He has also co-hosted The Marilyn Denis Program, Toronto’s most popular talk show. Say Yes to the Dress is one of TLC’s most well-known programs, with over 300 episodes shown over the previous 21 seasons.
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Randy was the primary reporter for TLC’s live coverage of the Royal Wedding from Times Square. According to the website, the host is:
Randy Fenoli’s purpose as the most trusted source in the Bridal Industry is to “Educate, Elevate, and Empower” a woman to pick the most important dress in her life and to achieve her own particular beauty.” Randy proposed to Mete Kobal, his one-year companion, at the Marmara Park Avenue hotel in New York City in December 2022. He said to PEOPLE:
“I’m completely smitten. I’m giddy every day. And each day grows better and better. It really does. It’s simple. It’s nothing like I imagined a relationship to be and nothing like I’ve ever experienced before. It’s incredible.”
Say Yes to the Dress will highlight a range of brides with various tales and desires. Randy and his crew will have to traverse a number of ideas and challenges in order to make ideal wedding gowns for their consumers. To catch up on their favorite program, viewers will have to remain tuned in. Remember to watch Say Yes to the Dress on TLC on Saturday, February 4, 2023, at 8 p.m. ET.