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With Kaitlin, I’ve taken a very traditional, almost whimsical style … Read More >
See exclusive behind-the-sences images on Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ Vera Wang Emmy’s gown … Read More >
Joanna; there’s something so delicate about this gown, that it almost takes your breath away. … Read More >
Jane; a gown that is an absolute celebration of the feminine figure … Read More >
From the Vera Wang sketchbook to the Met Gala red carpet … Read More >
Be inspired by Vera’s designs through illustrations by Rebecca Moses … Read More >
Hilary is really a work of art, because there are so many layers of the most exquisite laces all mended together, creating a really rich texture. It’s like putting on a Rolls Royce! … Read More >
It’s been some time since I’ve used Guipure lace, the focal point of Henriette. Guipure was invented in France in the mid-19th century, so it’s historically appropriate for Spring. In creating this collection, I was very inspired by the turn-of-the-century ballet and the glitter of the Paris Opera, and especially the great paintings of dancers by Degas. … Read More >
With all of its opulent lace and flounce, Helena is a very Traditionalist ballgown, suffused with a grand romantic air. … Read More >
Hazel is soft, it’s light, and it’s full of movement.
What’s so attention-grabbing about this dress is the bodice. It’s done with a hand-engineered fabric technique called “sunburst pleating.” What that means is we took a very lightly-pleated fabric, and swirled it all around the bodice, lightly but with precision, finally bringing it to that asymmetrical accent at the shoulder. … Read More >