Carsten Juhl Design

From the age of five he showed a great talent for drawing and design, something that he has since perfected. After finishing college, he studied design management and spend a year with top fashion designer Ben de Lisi in London, picking up valuable work experience. He then studied fashion design at Designskolen Kolding for four years, while doing various freelance design jobs and producing a successful collection of flamboyant skirts, until February 2004 when he was offered an exclusive contract with luxury bridal atelier “Lara Helene” in New York City, designing Luxury bridal gowns for their 5 th avenue salon.

Carsten Juhl offers a style, that is true to his Scandinavian roots – clear lines, elegant silhouettes with beautiful and original details.

At present, Carsten Juhl does not offer a salon Service, working exclusively for “Lara Helene Bridal Atelier” in New York, but is looking for future collaborations.

Lara Helene Bridal Atelier:

In October 2003 Carsten Juhl was approached by a local Danish newspaper to come up with some suggestions for the wedding dress of the future Crown princess Mary of Denmark (see press section). This Article found its way to New York City, and into the hands of two young ambitious business women, Lisa and Lara Meiland, who were looking for an exiting new business venture – thus the idea of “Lara Helen Bridal Atelier” was born. The business plan was simple – offering bright young talent, such as Carsten Juhl, to New York brides exclusively at their atelier, and at the same time giving them maximum exposure and a platform on one of the most expensive addresses in the world.

Carsten Juhl signed the contract in May 2004, and was present at the glamorous opening in October of the same year.

The “Carsten Juhl for Lara Helene” collection is only available at “Lara Helene Bridal Atelier”

13 East 69 th Street New York , 10021 p.212, 452,3273 f.212452,3276 (By appointment only)