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Marchesa

Marchesa__02 Here we are, sitting in the New York Public Library, the lights of the room dim to darkness and I stare up at the glass ceiling glowing blue in the early evening light. In this 30 secs of darkness I wonder what creations Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig of Marchesa are about to bestow on to us. What dreams and fantasies we were about to see. For me, when I go to these shows and photograph all these amazing gowns, it is about where the pieces take me in my imagination. Are we going to be princesses or Oscar winners? Will we be midnight kisses in secret gardens or attending balls at the white house? I think about fashion, what it means, and for me it is that dream, the escape, the fantasy. It’s like watching a movie and if you let your mind be free enough there is a whole world of adventure to be had in the lace of a bodice or ripple of satin. When the designers talk about their visions for this collection they reference billowing bonfires sweeping through the Scottish Highlands… now that is a dream I can get into.

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Marchesa

Marchesa always tells the story of romance…but each season, they manage to tell a completely different tale. This spring, it was a gothic fantasy, as easily set in the ruins of a faraway castle as on the runway.

Models wafted by, dressed in silks, laces and pastels, but decorated with deep purple lipstick, black feathers, and rose tattoos. Silk fringe and draped pearls called to mind decades past, and handmade fabric flowers echoed the shapes inked on the model’s bodies.

Marchesa invited us to join them on a dark and romantic journey…and we came willingly.

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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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Beautiful Arrival

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