Dennis Piromalis

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Dennis Piromalis
info@boudoirbydennisp.com
@boudoir_dennisp
http://www.boudoirbydennisp.com
Country
United States
State / Region
New York
Designer

ABOUT
I am originally from Zakinthos, Greece and I now live in New York. I began designing jewellery eight years ago and three years later I launched my brand "Boudoir By Dennis P". 

My designs are inspired by Greece's history and culture, as I combine Ancient Greek and Roman jewellery styles with geometry and edginess. I am very passionate about making every piece unique, with great care and creativity. My ultimate goal is to be able to have my designs be a part of significant moments in people's lives.

I worked very extensively for four years in Greece and had the opportunity to work with some of the biggest celebrities and fashion designers there. My designs have been featured in magazines such as Vogue Italy, InStyle, Hello, OK!, Madame Figaro and People. Additionally, my designs were worn by celebrities on red carpets such as the European MTV awards and on televised performances including Dancing With The Stars Greece, Eurovision, The Voice Greece and X Factor Greece. 

As such, I decided to pursue one of my lifelong dreams and applied for an 0-1 Visa. A few months later, I received my Visa and moved to New York. Since then, I have had the honour of working with artists such as Wyclef Jean, Sonique, Dawn Richard, Raquel Castro and Xenia Ghali as well as actors and actresses including Robyn Dixon, Kim Fields and Ryan Kelley. 

Our readers would love to get to know you more Dennis. Tell us about yourself, what is unique about you?

I am intrigued with people. I connect with people very easily and am moved by them 

Dennis, what are your passion and aspiration in life? How did you start as a Designer?

It all began when I went to London for the first time. I came across Portobello Market and become completely infatuated by the old jewellery I saw there. The vintage pieces, which featured semi precious stones, moved me and sparked my need to begin designing. 

I began designing jewellery eight years ago and three years later I launched my brand "Boudoir By Dennis P". 

My designs are inspired by Greece's history and culture, as I combine Ancient Greek and Roman jewellery styles with geometry and edginess. I am very passionate about making every piece unique, with great care and creativity. My ultimate goal is to be able to have my designs be a part of significant moments in people's lives.

Who is your inspiration in life Dennis? How do you keep inspired?

My inspiration is cultivated by many different things around me. I can become inspired by an image, by a beautiful sunset, by different cultures and even by the personality of the person who I am making a design for. 

Living passionately keeps me inspired. 

We all make mistakes Dennis, we wish we could take back. Please tell us about a time being a Designer , you wish you’d handled a situation differently with a colleague.
We all make mistakes and through our mistakes we learn. I wouldn't to change anything in my past because all of my experiences, good and bad have contributed to making who I am as a person and a professional. 

Dennis ,when you’re working with a large number of clients, it’s tricky to deliver excellent service to them all. As a Designer, how do you go about prioritizing your clients’ needs?

For me, every client is unique and I always try to take on a work load that I know I can handle at one time. 

Please tell us Dennis, about a time you had to be very strategic in order to meet all your top priorities as a Designer?

For Wyclef Jean and Xenia Ghali's music video I had to design jewellery for both artists as well as 10 dancers. It was incredibly difficult to handle because of the tight time frame and the amount of people. A lot of the designs were complete body pieces which required a lot of work. Through careful time management and almost 24/7 work I managed design all the pieces successfully! This is a moment in my career I still am very proud of. 

Dennis, please give us an example of a time when you were able to successfully persuade someone to see things your way at work.
One of the most significant moments in my career was when I approached an extremely credible fashion and celebrity stylist because I wanted to work with her. This was at the beginning of my career and therefore she was a little hesitant. She gave me the opportunity to work with her on a music video. I worked incredibly hard and produced some of best work. She was thrilled with the designs and established a long lasting working relationship. 

Dennis please tell us about your proudest professional accomplishment as a Designer. There might be many, but there is always this proudest moment that you just want to share to everyone. What is it and why?
I have been blessed with many incredibly moments and experiences in my career so far. One of my proudest moments was when my work was featured in Vogue Italy. 

Dennis, please give us an example of a time you were able to be creative with your work. What was exciting or difficult about it?
This is a very difficult question because I am always very creative with my work. 

What advice would you give to the people who wants to be successful as a Designer?

Be passionate, dream big and strive for even bigger goals and of course be hard working. It is a competitive and difficult industry, so hard work, commitment and setting yourself apart by being unique is vital. 

Are you looking for collaboration with fashion talents, brands and creatives? If yes, please state below what type of collaboration you are looking for?
I would love to collaborate with fashion designers, brands, with magazines and with creatives including artists, actors and other influencers. 

Now for the best part Dennis! Please upload 5-10 photos so we can get to see your work.
Photo Credits:
Cover Photo 1
Photographer: Stefanos Lampiris
Cover Photo 2
Photographer: Angel Shaft
Photo 1
Photographer: Christos Koutsis
Photo 2
Photographer: Daniel Rosenthal
Styling: Fani Polychroniou
Hair and Make up: Konstantinos Papadopoulos
Photo 3
Photographer: Maria Delakou
Styling: Fani Polychroniou
Hair: Konstantinos Papadopoulos
Make up: Maria Dimopoulou
Photo 4
Photographer: Maria Delakou
Styling: Fani Polychroniou
Hair: Konstantinos Papadopoulos
Make up: Thanos Voyatzis
Photo 5
Photographer: Christos Kotsis
Photo 10
Photographer: Daniel Rosenthal
Styling: Fani Polychroniou
Hair and Make up: Konstantinos Papadopoulos

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