Romona Keveza is celebrating the tenth anniversary of her collection. In addition to new designs that worked in her signature modern style and shape, she also showed a retrospective of her iconic gowns from the past decade. No surprise here, but the best of these gowns are indeed timeless and she is re-issuing updated versions of some them this year. Among these is a strapless, A-line gown from 1999 made of silk gazar. It had a detachable obi style train shown here — its flat, sculpted panel gave off a glamorous Jackie O vibe. Love when the back of a dress has quiet drama!
New looks included lots of detailing — organza petals, crystal flowers, and ruffles. Keveza told us that she is always conscious that the dress is "about the dream for the bride" even in a sputtering economy. "She's interested in having the quality and workmanship it takes to make an heirloom piece," says Keveza. —Michelle Preli
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