Caroline Seikaly, the breakout Lebanese designer who worked under the guidance of Christian Lacroix and Karl Lagerfeld and quickly shot to fame with the creation of a signature lace dress, has launched her first online program whereby ladies can custom make their own version of the coveted lace dress.
The dress, which was originally designed by Caroline for herself in 2009, was made famous when Madonna wore it at a Marc Jacobs fashion show in New York City.It was also worn by several other celebs, including Hayden Panettiere, who wore it on national TV in the USA, and Mila Kunis, for whom it was redesigned and worn in the film, “Black Swan.”In 2012, the dress landed on the cover of French Elle magazine, worn by the beautiful Lea Seydoux.
Since then, this timeless “It” dress has been spotted on a number of other celebrities, A-list couture clients and even brides, all of whom have chosen different versions and colors of the lace dress for public appearances, concerts, premieres, photo shoots and weddings.
Still a favorite with the fashion pack, the ongoing demands for this timeless dress is what gave Caroline the idea to launch an interactive program. Through the program, users will be able to select the color, length, style, as well as the back details of the dress, thus putting their own touch to this signature piece without losing the essence of Caroline's design.Set to be launched in February, keep a look out for the chance to own this CS dress in a style and length that suits your frame and your occasion.
com/the-lace-dress.html to custom make your own Caroline Seikaly lace creation.
*Photo: Courtesy of Caroline Seikaly