Marchesa Presents Jaw-Droppingly Gorgeous Dresses Made for the Oscars Red Carpet
There's still time!
Georgina Chapman Is More Focused on Expanding Marchesa Than Charles James
She says she doesn't know what her husband is doing with the fashion house he bought last year.
Marchesa to Ditch New York for London Fashion Week
But not forever.
Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig Walk Us Through New Contemporary Line Marchesa Voyage
Last night, Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig enjoyed the perfect summer evening for a rooftop celebration to launch their Marchesa contemporary off-shoot: Marchesa Voyage. Suitably fancy guests mingled and sipped “light” fruity cocktails atop the swanky Gramercy Park Hotel while browsing displays of the new collection, which officially hits stores on September 1. We chatted with the designers about the new collection, pleaded with them for hints about their upcoming spring show (it half-worked), and pressed them for their thoughts on diversity on the runway.
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Marchesa Fall 2013: Out of a Painting and Onto the Runway
Whether we're talking about the floor sweeping gowns or the A-list packed front rows, Marchesa always knows how to put on a show with a capital S. As for the front row, it was slightly less sparkly. No Kimye this time. Though Miley Cyrus is no B-lister. The clothes, however, were as dramatic and romantic as ever.
Marchesa's Georgina Chapman on Her Dream Project Runway Guest Judge and Designing a Kids Line
In advance of Marchesa's forthcoming Lifetime documentary, Georgina Chapman talks Project Runway and pregnancy.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Jenna Lyons and More Bring Their A-Game to the Premiere of the New Vogue Doc
There truly weren't any disappointing ensembles here--proof that when you're going to a Vogue event, you have no choice but to bring your A-game.
Marchesa Launches its Very Sparkly First Fragrance
Starting in September, you don't have to be dating George Clooney to get your hands on some Marchesa. The brand is now launching a fragrance, accordin
Marchesa Contemporary Line Confirmed for Next Year, More to Come
The rumors were true-- Georgina Chapman and Keren Kraig have inked a deal with LF USA to bring Marchesa to a lower contemporary price point. The new line, which doesn't have a name yet, will be priced from $150 to $750 and feature "many of the brand’s hallmarks — including embroidery and prints," according to WWD. Chapman describes the line as "under the Marchesa umbrella, but with a slightly different feel." It will be a first foray into daywear for the designer, who's become known for celebrity-beloved, decadent eveningwear at a luxury price point. We envision versatile silk blouses, embroidered or beaded jackets and printed trousers. So, when will we get to see what daytime Marchesa looks like?
Marchesa Said To Be Launching Contemporary Line
Marchesa may soon fall somewhere within a normal person's range of affordability. The high-end label, which doesn't offer a lot of options for those times when you're not walking a red carpet or down the aisle, may soon have a contemporary offshoot. WWD says that LF USA, the U.S. subsidiary of Hong Kong-based Li & Fung (and the same company currently reviving contemporary label Vena Cava), is "said to be in talks with Marchesa about the launch of a new contemporary line" and "an announcement could be imminent." It's not surprising; it was only a matter of time before Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig's high-end label expanded to new markets beyond the red carpet.