D’Marsh stunner

Couturier, Glenroy Marsh with featured model, Tanya taking a bow after the runway show at CoCo-Mat in NYC.
Photo by Tangerine Clarke

It was no surprise when D’Marsh Couture Fall 2017 Collection made a grand entrance to the runway. As a matter of fact, Jamaican-born designer Glenroy Marsh, showed his flair for the dramatic, opening the presentation with the Belle of the Ball being dressed by her men-in-waiting.

From then on, the runway at CoCo-Mat in Manhattan was pretty much flooded with stunning ballroom gowns and cocktail dresses. The lavish pretty two-toned creations of black and white, green and pink, red and blue, and purple and white paid homage to fairytale and fantasy.

The collection consisted of topless, asymmetric and cap-sleeve elegant designs suited to all occasions.

His chicken-yellow gown with a lavish hemline, designed with plumes of feather throughout the outfit, is a signature piece consistent with the couturier’s design concept.

Notably, were the statuesque models, who showcased Marsh’s themed, La Fantaisie Ball perfectly, elegantly dressed in a pink Cinderella gown decorated with rhinestone, and a white wedding gown with beading, and finished with a plunging V-neckline.

The jaw-dropping collection was beautifully tailored with love and passion, and showed the designer’s strength for creating elegant gowns to accent the feminine soul.

“I feel more loved with this collection. This is who I am. The inspiration goes back to a fairytale party, the elegant Nicole Kidman, Cinderella, sleeping beauty,” said Marsh.

One of the many creations by D’Marsh Couture.
Photo by Tangerine Clarke

“I transformed these images into my vision of a fairytale,” added Marsh, a seasoned, award-winning designer, whose fine collection will be on display at Boutique En blanc couture, 1190 Bedford Ave. in Brooklyn.

Custom design services are available for prom dresses, bridal gowns and ensembles, for both male and female.

Despite such outstanding work, Marsh felt he had lost a bit of focus along his design sensibility, but admited he was now back to his roots, with deep vision, to further develop his collection of formal skirts and pants. This will add to his line of scented candles and hair products.

“It is a turning point for my brand that appeals to socialites and everyone who at some time in their life wants to attend a ball,” said March, a talented and innovative designer.

Visual Conductor created the runway design which was sponsored by Royal Caribbean Bakery Food Delights, T-Mobile, iLand and others.

To view the collection, go to www.dmarshcouture.com. Send email to Email[email protected]houseofdmarshl.com for more information.

A model wears one of the many creations of D’Marsh Couture Fall 2017 Collection.
Photo by Tangerine Clarke

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