Every designer has their signature look - Christian Louboutin makes shoes with red bottoms, Michael Kors puts an MK on everything, and nothing by Burberry is ever complete without their signature plaid. Just like these world-renowned designers, the dress designers carried at Ypsilon have their signature looks and styles. Sherri Hill, Tony Bowls, Johnathan Kayne, and many others at Ypsilon keep up with the 2017 prom trends while still remaining true to their name. 

Jovani -

 Signature look: Ultra glam with show-stopping bead work. Jovani has taken their signature glamor and cranked it up a notch for prom by adding fun prints and exciting layers, while keeping that red carpet level of extra we'd expect.  They've also taken the traditional ball gown and given it a makeover, and bringing it back into this century. 

Tony Bowls - Signature look: Fitted and sophisticated. Tony Bowls has taken their elegant, grown-up style and added an element of fun to the prom collection. Bright colors, delicate florals and intricate appliques make Tony's dresses perfect for prom. And if you're feeling bold enough, prom pants are totally on trend. 

Mac Douggal - Signature look: Bold colors. Mac Douggal has added their signature bright and bold colors to some amazing prints for their prom collection. If you are looking to rock the print trend that has taken Utah by storm, Mac Douggal is the designer for you. 


Johnathan Kayne - Signature look: Luxurious fabrics. For all things velvet, organza, and beautiful, silky satin, Johnathan Kayne is your go-to this prom season. Taking amazing fabrics and making them into simplistic, gorgeous pieces is definitely an art form that Johnathan has mastered. And with the recent comeback velvet has made, staying on trend is easier than ever. 


Sherri Hill- Signature look: Charming elegance. Over the past few prom seasons, Sherri Hill has become known and loved by pretty much every girl ever. Her classy, fun styles have shaped the trends. When Sherri Hill makes a dress, everyone likes it; she can do no wrong in the world of prom.