Daniella Pick, the 35-year-old singer and model who wed director Quentin Tarantino last week in Los Angeles, chose two gowns made by Tel Aviv-based designer Dana Harel, accented with headpieces by Tel Aviv-based designer Keren Wolf.

Both custom-made dresses were simple and sleek.

The A-line dress for the ceremony featured a corset top and a full skirt, while the silk matte open-back slip dress for the reception was held up with slim straps encrusted with Swarovski crystals, very similar to the Harel dress Pick wore to her engagement party in Herzliya in July 2017.

Harel told reporters that Pick “carries dresses really well” and prefers “clean and classic designs.”

The model was one of the designer’s first customers about eight years ago. These days, Harel, 36, works out of a posh studio in Hamedina Square, home of high-priced fashion stores like Gucci and Burberry. Her dresses are sold at bridal salons in South Korea, Hong Kong, Los Angeles and New York.

This Dana Harel design is called Secret Garden. Photo: courtesy

Many worldwide celebrities are turning to Israeli designers, such as Galia Lahav and Shahar Avnet, for their bridal and party dresses.