BEIJING — With over 200 designers and 1800 employees on its team, VILAVI strengthens Prom Dresses Club’s foothold in ladies’ formal wear industry, not only in China but globally as well. And it does so with VILAVI’s deep understanding of what is fashionable and hot in a specific country. “VILAVI owns an excellent design team, who design a series of most fashionable, elegant, practical dresses under a deep understanding on cultures of most countries.” the company posted on its website. “So wherever you come from and whatever your body type is, you can always get your dress customized and professionally tailor-made in our company.” Prom Dresses Club embodies these same values in delivering its products from the VILAVI factory to the retailer’s boutique. It offers a wide selection of wedding gowns and prom dresses, from the latest trends to classic and timeless pieces. For every special occasions requiring a formal wear that every women fancies, Prom Dresses Club has you covered. For ready-made items, over 20,000 dresses are in stock. To order custom dresses, all it takes are the picture and the measurements. And just like that Prom Dresses Club will come up with the finished product. The company boasts of carrying the most popular styles and colors, as well as celebrity-inspired apparel all designed and manufactured by the world-class team of VILAVI. It has made-to-measure dresses available in various colors, as well as custom-designed dresses to suit one’s unique style. To learn more about Prom Dresses Club, visit their website at www.promdressesclub.com. For more of the latest industry news, follow @TopTenWholesale on Twitter and Like us on FaceBook . ABOUT PROM DRESSES CLUB — Based in Beijing, China, Prom Dresses Club is one of the largest distributors of the country’s famous VILAVI brand. It offers a one-stop-shop for all ladies’ formal wear needs, from prom dresses to wedding gowns, and more. The company, established in 1988, accepts both ready-to-wear and custom-made dresses, supplying globally with help from its 200 in-house designers and 1800 employees.