Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig say that their inspiration for Marchesa's fall-winter 2014 line was "our Scottish woman who's a little bit more disheveled in winter, with this static hair like she's running through the fields in the Highlands." Given the pair's penchant for designing opulent, ethereal evening wear,… »
Designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig of Marchesa presented a beautifully flowy, romantic Spring/Summer 2014 last night. Let's wear these ridiculously beautiful gowns and go dance with some Disney princes. »
Last night at the White House state dinner honoring British prime minister David Cameron, Michelle Obama wore Marchesa — a fashion line designed by two Brits, headquartered in New York, and boosted into the consciousness by Hollywood. Samantha Cameron wore the British designer Alessandra Rich. Anna Wintour dusted off… »
Marchesa's latest line was apparently inspired by Miss Havisham. We are always down for that, but given how many of the label's customers are bridal, isn't that kind of a bad omen? Anyhow, think plenty of tattered lace and you're on the right track!
If there was one thing that stood out on the Golden Globes red carpet — well, one thing besides Helena Bonham Carter's purposefully mismatched shoes — it was the number of actors who selected dresses to fulfill their contractual obligations. »
Even by their own, usual over-the-top standards, Marchesa's "oriental travel"-inspired show was over-the-top. The red-carpet stalwart had sumptuous gowns for literally any A-list star you can think of: half the fun is pairing the star to the Marchesa. »
As far as integrating an advertiser into the show goes, last night's Campbell's Soup-centric episode was not as bizarre as the car parts challenge of season 5. »
Cover your eyes if you're questioning your commitment to Sparkle Nation, because this year's best gowns were a blinding bevy of sparkles, sequins and stars. And yes, they were good. »