American television host and fashion designer Randy Fenoli hails from Mount Vernon, Illinois.
Randy Fenoli Biography
His work on wedding gowns, as well as his own television programs Randy’s Wedding Rescue and Say Yes to the Dress, have made him a household name.
From 2007 through 2012, he served as the fashion director at Kleinfeld Bridal, a retailer of bridal gowns. He had a passion for fashion as a child and started making dresses at the age of nine. Fenoli is finally extending his reach into the fields of entertainment, hair styling, and makeup.
Fenoli, who competed as Brandi Alexander, won the Miss Gay America pageant in 1990. He then applied the funds to his tuition at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York.
He received numerous honors for achievement and design while attending the school. Randy Fenoli for the Diamond Collection and Randy Fenoli for Dressy Creations are two bridal industry lines he introduced after graduating. The most prestigious honor given to bridal designers, the DEBI Award for Design Excellence in the Bridal Industry, has been given to him twice.
A position working for Vivian Dessy Diamond of the Vivian Diamond corporation was made available to Fenoli. Finally, when he received a job offer from Kleinfeld, his design experience paid off. Fenoli is currently a self-employed consultant.
The Marilyn Denis program, Toronto’s top-rated talk program, had Randy as a co-host. Additionally, he was the primary correspondent for TLC’s live broadcast of the Royal Wedding event from Times Square.
Before becoming successful in his design career, Fenoli worked at a few commonplace jobs. He worked as a clerk at a petrol station for his first official position before being promoted to manager to start up their new gas station/convenience shop.
He also had jobs as a personal chef, hairdresser, waiter in restaurants, makeup artist, and hair stylist.
Randy Fenoli Age
R. Fenoli was born on 30 January 1964 in Mount Vernon, Illinois, US.
Randy Fenoli Family
On a cattle farm in southern Illinois, Fenoli was born. He was the seventh child and youngest at birth. He admitted in an interview that his father was rather violent, and he had hoped all of his childhood to leave the farm and his abusive father.
Fenoli’s mother brought home a sewing machine and supplies when she was nine years old. When her mother realized she wasn’t a particularly skilled seamstress, she abandoned her plans to create her own clothes.
The next morning, before he left for work, his mother warned him not to use her sewing machine or fine scissors. Randy struggled to understand how he could be himself and ignore the machine. He took a seat before using a pattern to create a dress. When his mother got home, he left it for her to find and fall in love with.
The next day, her mother wore the dress to work and asked him to manufacture more clothes.
Randy Fenoli Wife
Due to the lack of information regarding his wife, dating life, or wife, Fenoli is assumed to be single.
Randy Fenoli Say Yes to the Dress
Since 1992, Fenoli has worked as a fashion designer. With Say Yes To The Dress, he made his television debut on the American channel TLC, winning over audiences with his wit and sense of style. Since 2011, Fenoli has hosted Randy to the Rescue and Say Yes to the Dress: Randy Knows Best, which are both televised in Spain and Italy.
The Manhattan Kleinfeld Bridal store is the setting for the program. He assists brides in finding the ideal wedding gown. In order to fulfill every bride’s ideal, Fenoli and Kleinfeld consultants are nearly pushed to their breaking point on the show as they handle tighter-than-usual timelines and demanding entourages.
Every week, millions of people watch Fenoli. He subscribes to the notion that every woman is attractive, regardless of her size, age, or shape. Additionally, he has made guest appearances on a number of TV programs, including The Today Show, The View, Rachel Ray, Extra, Get Married, and The Martha Stewart Show.
Randy To The Rescue
In Randy to the Rescue, Fenoli helps ladies discover their perfect wedding dress by traveling the nation with a semi-truck full of bridal accessories and dresses.
He chooses three lucky brides who have already said “Yes” to their gown and then completely transforms them from head to hem with the aid of a hairstylist and cosmetics artist. After that, he gives each woman a wedding day itinerary.
Randy Fenoli Collection
Wedding gowns from the Silver Springs Collection are made for brides who desire to stand out.
The Silver Springs collection is rich in lovely fabrics like opulent crepe, sequin plaid tulle, and blush floral organza. It truly embraces the love of details.
Randy Fenoli Dress Prices
Most of Fenoli’s gowns range in price from $1,500 to $3,000. On Say Yes to the Dress, brides frequently spend $5,000 or more on dresses. The size range of Fenoli’s collection is broad.
Randy Fenoli Television Shows
He has been a part of several television shows:
2007 – present: Say Yes to the Dress, TLC
2011–2013: Say Yes to the Dress: Randy Knows Best, TLC
2012–2016: Randy to the Rescue, TLC
2016: Say Yes To The Dress Benelux S1, TLC
2017: Say Yes To The Dress Benelux S2, TLC
Randy Fenoli Net Worth
With lucrative television roles and a great career in the wedding industry, Fenoli has enjoyed success in both fields. He Worth $4 million. He resides in New York, so his lifestyle is certainly not modest.
Since becoming an independent consultant, he has increased his income significantly. In his interview with The New York Times, he questioned, “Why should I work for someone else in a full-time job when I can earn $20,000 for a four-hour personal appearance?”