Marsai Martin wears Romona Keveza Collection featured in Instyle Magazine

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Despite their 18 year age difference, Janelle Monáe and Marsai Martin have a lot in common. They’re both killing it at their respective crafts (Martin is a fan favorite on Black-ish; Monáe is touring and set to headline the second season of Amazon’s Homecoming), producing new projects like crazy, and killing it on every single red carpet that they step on to. So when we found out that — surprise! — they’re related, it actually wasn’t all that shocking.

Janelle Monáe: My favorite look of yours was your gown at the NAACP Image Awards. You looked stunning.

Marsai Martin: Aw, thanks! I liked the Romona Keveza dress I wore to the BET Awards too. It was all gold, and I was like, “This is a trophy outfit.”

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Marsai Martin wears Romona Keveza Collection to the BET Awards

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(Los Angeles, CA) Black-ish actress and producer and star of Little, Marsai Martin, looked beautiful in a Romona Keveža Collection antique gold brocade strapless dress, with sculpted neckline, while accepting the BET Young Stars Award.

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Romona Keveza Featured in Philadelphia Weddings Magazine

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Romona Keveza Bridal Collection Styles RK9509 & RK9407 were both recently featured in print in Philadelphia Weddings Magazine on stands now.

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Above: Romona Keveza Bridal Collection Style RK9509 featured in East of Eden
Photographed By: Trevor Dixon
Styling: Kozakiewicz

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Romona Keveza Bridal Collection Style RK9407 featured in The Shape of Things
Photographed By: Jillian Guyette
Story: Sarah Zlotnick

Cheryl Burke wears custom Romona Keveza for her Dream Day featured in People Magazine

By: Aili Nahas

Published in the June 10th, 2019 Issue of People Magazine

As Cheryl Burke prepared to wed her groom, Matthew Lawrence, at a luxurious resort in San Diego, the weather forecast for the day wasn’t promising. “The morning was cloudy, and it threatened to rain,” Lawrence, 39, says of their May 23 celebration. But just before the ceremony began, the skies cleared. When Cheryl rounded the corner in her custom Romona Keveža gown to walk down the aisle, the sun shone, and the music swelled. You couldn’t have asked for a more perfect movie moment. The festivities cap off a 12 year love story for the couple, and like the finale of any good romantic comedy, there wasn’t a dry eye in the house.

Watch the full People TV Video here

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DWTS's Cheryl Burke weds Matthew Lawrence in custom Romona Keveza featured on

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Wearing a dramatic Romona Keveza gown with a six-foot train, Burke, accompanied by her stepfather Bob Wolf, walked down the aisle to meet her husband-to-be as family and friends, including her Dancing costars, looked on.

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Cheryl’s closest friends (from left: Kym Johnson Herjavec, matron of honor Leah Remini and sister Nicole) all also wore dresses by Romona Keveža




For Spring 2020, brides-to-be can express their own personal style and enjoy a wealth of wardrobe options for not just their wedding day, but also the entire celebratory weekend (or week or month or year) through a spectrum of silhouettes, interchangeable separates, romantic suiting and innovative, ethereal layers.

Plus, the remaining top trends of the season include more Duchess of Sussex inspiration, sublime suiting and, of course, Kate Middleton (with a touch of Gwyneth Paltrow).

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Cheryl Burke Announces the Romona Keveza is designing her Wedding Gown


By: Victoria Miller from Inquisitir

Cheryl Burke is one big step closer to her wedding to actor Matthew Lawrence. The Dancing With the Stars pro dancer has announced that New York fashion designer Romona Keveža will create her wedding dress.

Burke— who wore a stunning Romona Keveža Collection Pearl silk crepe cocktail dress with a sculpted neckline and an illusion overskirt to her bridal shower earlier this month—posted her announcement to Instagram. In a caption accompanying a short video, the two-time DWTS mirrorball champ revealed she “finally said YES to my d**n dress!” Burke told fans that her “dress dreams just came true” and that she’s “beyond excited” that her wedding dress stress is now over.

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For Cheryl Burke’s announcement head over to the star’s Instagram page - @cherylburke

TREND REPORT: Romona Keveza Bridal Collection Spring 2020 feature on BRIDES UK

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“After years of the style du jour being strapless wedding dresses, we're seeing more and more brides (especially a few royal brides), opting for wedding dresses with sleeves. Flattering, demure and a suitable seasonal choice for autumn or winter weddings, wedding dresses with sleeves will have you feeling comfortable while looking like a princess.” - BRIDES UK Magazine

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Romona Keveza Bridal Collection Spring 2020 featured on Wedding Bells Magazine

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By: Kate Mendonca of Wedding Bells Magazine

Continuing with her house’s legacy, Romona Keveza Collection Bridal’s Spring 2020 wedding dresses cater to the four archetypes that the luxury brand has come to represent. Each mini collection of gowns appeals to a diverse set of brides, yet flows seamlessly to create a cohesive collection.

For the Minimalist, Keveza presents a selection of sleek dresses tailored to perfection. Criss-cross backs and sexy cutouts ensure a dramatic entrance and exit for these brides. As for the Aristocrat, sultry vibes can be found in body-skimming frocks that are embellished with high-necked lace overlay or off-the-shoulder silk designs.

Gowns for the Fashionista feature avant-garde details like detachable floor-length sleeves and sculptural layers to stand out from the crowd, while the Principessa gowns are ballroom-ready with full skirts and feminine floral appliqués. A standout from this collection is the final Principessa look, a tulle ballgown embellished with stardust crystals and pearls that’s perfect for the modern, romantic bride.

With a focus on elegance and exquisite fabrication, Keveza’s 2020 collection provides brides with a feeling of luxury and sophistication in every dress.

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