Fashion Reportage

Some Kind of Romance

Evening gowns floated down the runway as if they had just emerged from an eighteenth-century painting…and in a way, they did. Francisco de Goya’s painting, “Portrait of Maria Teresa Vallabriga on Horseback” helped inspire the combination of structure and softness that appeared through the entire Marchesa collection.

With awards season just around the corner, it’s clear this kind of romance will make a return to the red carpet…

  

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  • cristu

    superb:) modernfashiontale.blogspot.com

  • http://theoccasionalindulgence.blogspot.com/ Naomi@TheOccasionalIndulgence

    I’d love to be able to run my fingers over all those luscious fabrics.

    The Occasional Indulgence

  • http://www.mailinh-nguyen.com/ Mailinh

    Your fashion week photos are always the best!

  • http://twitter.com/scott_brasher scott_brasher

    These are absolutely stunning! Gorg!

  • k4rlakatherine

    omg, they’re all amazing. love your photos!

  • thecitygourmand

    Those big billowing sleeves are so dreamy! And the detail!

  • Arzoo Amer

    Marchesa will forever be one of my favorite designers… such delicate and beautiful detail!

  • http://www.redshoesnoknickers.com/ Red shoes No knickers

    Oh Man! I have just gone into the biggest daydream looking at these dresses and yes, it did involve being Bradley Cooper’s date to the Oscars. Love the shoes but most of all the ‘messy’ hair which I’m sure took hours to look that effortless.

  • http://dreamsinhd.blogspot.com/ Molly {Dreams in HD}

    absolutely epic. the details, the fabrics, the shapes, the location…everything is gorgeous!

  • http://twitter.com/budgetbabe The Budget Babe

    gorgeous photos. and i spy olivia munn’s oscar dress!

  • Camilla

    That last dress. Yep. It’s just right.

    • Camilla

      wait, not the last one. the 6th one with the off the shoulder sleeves. to die.

  • Savannah

    Marchesa will forever be one of my favorite designers…absolutely “Stunning” and yes the fabrics , the colours, a lot of timeless pieces …and oh, if only somewhere to go these days where i could wear one of those designs…