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marquess

1. (in the British Isles) a nobleman ranking between a duke and an earl
2. See marquis
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In 1919, Augustus John, one of the many artists with whom Casati had affairs, painted a striking portrait of the Marchesa with her dyed red hair cut short, anticipating the flapper style, her lips bright red, her eyes lined with copious kohl and fake eyelashes, sparkling and large with belladonna (Fig.
Marchesa has been brought to India by multi- brand concept store Kitsch, owned by entrepreneur and socialite sisters, Priya and Charu Sachdev.
Keren Craig represented Marchesa while her partner, Georgina Chapman, stayed home with her newborn son.
How, then, does the Marchesa Colombi's epistolary novel, Prima morire, fit into this literary history, and how does it challenge sociocultural tenets concerning female behavior?
The store now stocks subtly elegant yet fashionable bridal wear from designers such as Marchesa, Carolina Herrera ("no one can beat her ballgowns", Khalaf says), new addition Oscar De La Renta and the "pretty, pretty" line, Christos.
Her effortlessly (and rather painfully, I must admit) chic style - using her wardrobe as a form of self-expression and never showing more than a hint of skin (although somewhat suggestive, she despises vulgarity) - has made her a firm favourite among designers such as Karl Lagerfeld, Roberto Cavalli, Jason Wu and Georgina Chapman at Marchesa.
The promotion showcasing the latest Spring Summer 2011 collections, includes the world's leading fashion brands for men such as Brioni, Lanvin, Kiton, Sartorio Napoli, Bikkemberg, Etiqueta Negra, US Polo, Cerruti 1881, Gentleman Farmer, Calvin Klein, Bally, Moreschi, Harrys of London and Barret; and for women such as Abed Mahfouz, Azzaro, Casadei, Diane Von Furstenberg, George Chakra, George Hobeika, Giambattista Valli, Marchesa, Nancy Gonzales and Zagliani.
Caption: The Apthorp sales director Justin D'Adamo and Sally Simms are pictured at the Marchesa salon last week.
of Delaware) explores how the epistolary fiction of nineteenth and twentieth-century Italian women writers such as Marchesa Colombi, Dacia Mariani, Sibilla Aleramo, Gianna Manzini, Natalia Ginzburg, and Oriana Fallaci highlight issues like love, the loss of ideals, lack of communication and connection, and feminist ideology, and especially how they used the letter novel to illustrate and critique literary and social assumptions about female roles and behaviors, find a sense of identity, and create an alternative to the male-constructed Italian canon.
The Marchesa Collection by Lenox represents a new marriage of brands geared toward the bridal market.
Marchesa is a glamorous, movie-star fashion house: Its specialty is the show-stopping red carpet dresses you're likely to see on Kate Hudson, Sienna Miller or "Annie," known to the rest of us as Anne Hathaway.
And just when you started loving the old Hollywood vibe, along came Olivia Wilde looking like she stepped out of a fairytale with a stitched embroidered tulle gown designed especially for the "House" actress by Marchesa.