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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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The Marchesa line was beneath me and I'm sorry for that.
The gown was by British designer Marchesa - who dressed a number of stars for the event - but looked like something a contestant on Heidi's Project Runway TV show might have knocked up in one of the This is the sort of dress a bridezilla might choose to put her bridesmaids in if they happened to be better looking than she was.
The gown was by British designer Marchesa - who dressed a number of stars for the event - but looked like something a contestant on Heidi's Project Runway TV show might have knocked up in one of the The gown was by British designer Marchesa - who dressed a number of stars for the event - but looked like something a contestant on Heidi's Project Runway TV show might have knocked up in one of the competitio rounds.
This pink Marchesa was so elegant, I wanted to show it off and wear my hair off my shoulders," says Vergara of the silk charmeuse stunner, "I thought the ponytail was sleek and really fit the dress.
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The Marchesa Luisa Casati (1881-1957) had one goal: to be a living work of art.
The retiree, along with the Marchesa founders, have designed and created a red-carpet gown to be worn by a soon-to-be-announced celebrity at this year s 2014 Cannes Film Festival.
Kristen Bell in Monique Lilia, Kate Beckinsale in Marchesa, Sarah Jessica Parker's red apron and more are discussed this week.
Shatha said that she's specifically looking for a dress from Dior, Valentino, Marchesa and Alberta Ferretti.
DELHI'S fashionistas were in stylishly high spirits as New Yorkbased luxury fashion label Marchesa was launched in collaboration with lounge and bar ' The Blue Bar', which also celebrated its fifth anniversary, at Taj Palace on Friday.
Guests enjoyed canapes and a champagne bar courtesy of Louis' Restaurant while the finale of the show featured evening dresses designed by Matthew Williamson, Notte by Marchesa and Monique L'Hullier as well as tailoring by Dior Homme and Dolce & Gabanna.