Connecting the Threads…

Growing up in a small village on the island of Rhodes, Greece, Kula Tsurdiu’s childhood was enriched with generations of traditions, family values and treasured memories.

Kula watched her grandma raising silk worms and dyeing their coccoons to create silk thread for embroideries that would become family heirlooms. 
And surrounded by generations of family tailors starting from her great uncle Nicholas Kavadas, who emigrated in the 1930s to France to learn the art
of tailoring, to the lace making and cornelli embroidery that was handcrafted by her uncle Kostas Dontas. 

Her biggest inspiration however was Kula’s late mother, who inspired a little girl to continue her journey, to travel, learn and develop her
passion and skills to become a highly regarded Bridal Designer. 

Kula’s passion and determination took her to the Lace Market in Nottingham, England, where she completed her studies in
fashion design and creative pattern cutting.

Love, Heritage and Celebration are the encompassing elements which influence Kula Tsurdiu’s impeccable design integrity and craftsmanship.

A Kula Tsurdiu gown is an affair of the heart from the beginning to the very last detail.