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.
- A rare, left-handed Michael Jackson glove — the one the star wore when he unveiled his moonwalk at Motown's 25th anniversary in 1983 — is to be auctioned in November at the Hard Rock Café in Times Square. [CTV]
- Scarlett Johanson is the new face of D&G cosmetics. A face that looks mightily like Marilyn Monroe. [Popcrunch]