Victoria's Secret supermodel, Elsa Hosk looked ravishing in a Romona Keveža Collection
black 5-ply silk crepe cocktail dress featuring an asymmetrical neckline and illusion overskirt from the Spring/Summer 2017 Collection.
"Best Dressed This Week" - Harper's BAZAAR UK
Last night attending the @fragrancefdtn #tfaawards with @victoriassecret and @gregunis ❤️congratulations on winning 2 awards!! When I was a teenager growing up in Sweden, alot of my girlfriends would go on holiday to the US and come back with Victoria's Secret fragrances and beauty products... I was SO jealous. The scents, the packaging, the shimmer... Being the face of one now (that just won the consumers choice award) is so surreal and I'm so honored to represent a brand that is so passionate and takes such pride in creating the most dreamy scents for that are loved by women all over the world❤️❤️❤️
Elsa shares a laugh with Victoria's Secret Beauty CEO and Consumers Choice Award recipient, Greg Unis at the Fragance Foundation Awards.
Photo credit: @hoskelsa
Nicolette Robinson wears Romona Keveza Collection to the 71st Annual Tony Awards as featured on VOGUE
Actress Nicolette Robinson of the "The Affair" and wife of Leslie Odom Jr. (Tony Award Winner of "Hamilton") brightens the Tony Awards Red Carpet in a stunning Romona Keveža Collection royal purple silk crepe column gown with architectural peplum detailing.
As featured on VOGUE.
Tony nominated Broadway sensation, Laura Osnes wears ROMONA KEVEZA COLLECTION TO THE DRAMA DESK AWARDS.
Broadway sensation of the Musical BANDSTAND and Award Nominee, Laura Osnes wears
Romona Keveža Collection at the Drama Desk Awards in NYC.
BEST LOOKING COUPLE ALERT.
Laura Osnes arrives at the Drama Desk Awards's Red Carpet looking effortlessly Chic in
Romona Keveža Collection along with husband Nathan Johnson.
Laura Osnes getting ready to hit the Drama Desk Awards Red Carpet in Romona Keveža Collection.
Prior to her Drama Desk Awards's Red Carpet appearance, the Tony nominated Broadway Star Laura Osnes performed 'Love Will Come and Find Me Again,' from the hit swing musical, Bandstand wearing
Romona Keveža Collection on Good Morning New York.
"A little black ribbon around the neck, little black buttons that go down the back of the dress, these are simple little things you can do to give [your look] that punch, to give it that vivaciousness." - Keveza told InStyle.com
"There is so much to love about it." - InStyle
ROMONA by Romona Keveza Spring 2018 was unveiled at New York Fashion Week
and internationally featured on VOGUE Italia.
Renowned fashion illustrator and former Dior resident, Jamie Lee Reardin @jamieleereardin was commissioned to create custom interpretations of each gown bringing each piece to life in a fresh and playful animation.
"Romona Keveza Collection; A New Elegance" - VOGUE Italia.
Romona Keveza, Spring 2018: a new elegance
by LAURA SANTAMBROGIO
It's just been presented in New York in the spring-summer collection 2018 Romona Keveza . A brand that appeals to the international jet set, a bit aristocrat, always contemporary.
The bride Romona Keveza is multifaceted, very attentive to trends: choose removable overskirt, lace laser cut, iridescent organza, lace butterflies of applications, silk crepe that interpret minimal silhouette. No shortage of romance and richness of volumes, with unexpected golden metallic shades.
Romona Keveza Collection Luxury Bridal Spring 2018 Featured on WWD.
Romona Keveza Collection is a bit more daring and multifaceted, meant for a bride with a bit more daring in her fashion choices.
By Andrew Shang
Where Legends draws from Hollywood glamour, Romona Keveza Collection is a bit more daring and multifaceted, with detachable overskirts, ornate butterfly appliqué, laser cut lace and even color, like a glitzy mermaid gown in metallic gold thread linen and gold leaf-printed silk organza. The collection is meant for a bride with a bit of brass and confidence in her sartorial choices.
Romona Keveza Collection Luxury Bridal Spring 2018 featured on Brides UK.
New York Bridal Week Spring 2018: Romona Keveza
Brides fashion director Bryony Toogood says: “Silk and crepe predominated at the Romona Keveza spring 2018 show at New York Bridal Week with modern architectural shapes – one-shouldered and body-skimming red carpet looks with over skirts – and a stunning gold linen gown with overskirt of gold leaf silk organza. The other side of the collection was full of sumptuous lace and soft colour hints. Our favourite was the gorgeous blush illusion halter gown of delicate butterfly lace - worthy of a flower filled country wedding.”
The Romona Keveza Collection Luxury Bridal Spring 2018 was unveiled at New York Bridal Fashion Week.
From the modernist to the majestic, the Romona Keveza Collection bride is a multi-faceted and diverse modern woman with a refined sensibility and admiration for fashion. With noticeable references from the ready-to-wear world, this spring offers a breadth of beauty from the streamlined to the statement making. From classic pearl to blush and even metallic gold, there is an undeniable chic sophistication to the gowns.
The collection begins with intelligent restraint as the house’s perfect signature 5-ply silk crepe is sculpted into minimalistic silhouettes – a plunging deep V-neck column gown with detachable overskirt and a romantically austere one-shoulder dress with fluted skirt. The collection develops into the more ornate, both in fabrication and body as an iridescent couture organza is transparent over a short underskirt, blush butterflies crafted in lace adorn a halter gown, and laser cut lace envelopes a sheath dress with a daringly low back and dramatic train. In true finale form - fit for the confident, regal bride, metallic gold thread linen is sculpted into a strapless mermaid gown with a detachable overskirt made of the finest gold leaf printed silk organza.
The Romona Keveza Luxury RTW Fall/Winter 2017 collection was showcased at Paris Fashion Week.
Romona Keveza's fall presentation reflected the elegance of the show's setting, the Hotel Le Meurice.
By Mayte Allende on March 5, 2017
The Hotel Le Meurice opposite the Tuileries Gardens in the center of Paris was the setting for Romona Keveza’s fall presentation. Keveza subtly echoed the tapestry, palette and design details from hotel’s interiors in some of her dresses — for example, a golden marble-like stretch jacquard long-sleeve gown. She also worked a crepe fabric into polished streamlined silhouette dresses for the customer who doesn’t like fussiness, while adding a feather motif to others, which resulted in an almost necklace effect. Elsewhere, she experimented with beaded illusion dresses in deep autumnal colors from burgundy to teal with barely there tulle for that true nude effect.
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