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Company Overview of I. Kleinfeld & Sons

Company Overview

I. Klienfeld & Sons is a retailer of wedding dresses and bridal accessories. It has a selection of over 1,000 dresses ranging in price from $800 to $1,000 dollars. It was founded in the 1960s by Hedda (born Hedda Klienfeld) and Jacob Schachter in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, NY. In December, 1990, Michael Zelnick purchased the business. He opened divisions of Klienfelds in department stores including Saks under the name 'The Wedding Dress'. In 1997, Saks took control of these divisions and the original Brooklyn store was sold to Eugene Kohn. In November, 1997, it was bought by Gordon Brothers Capital.

Brooklyn, NY 

United States

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