She’s a Queen Collection for #FAT2016 Reviews

Photo by and Raymond Chow -

Photo by Raymond Chow -

Photo by Raymond Chow -, Brian De Rivera Simon

Photo by Raymond Chow -

“I’m a sucker for fine detailing and couture-level detailing. Fashion Art Toronto’s “Couture” Day- Day 5 featured a lot of designers who are masters of the art of the atelier, but I was particularly struck by the work of Toronto designer Marie Copps. Her choices of colours and fabrics are unmatched, but it’s her head pieces – crafted with careful elegance usually reserved for French Fashion Houses, that steal the show. If you’re looking for the “high fashion” wow (which I of course am) – this is the show for you.” -

“The last night at the Fashion Art Toronto on April 16 was dedicated to HAUTE CULTURE. Unique and exclusive clothing items with the highest standards led the fashion show at Daniels Spectrum.
The finale walk of FAT belonged to Marie Copps, who showcased fashion pieces that were true artworks on the runway. She’s a Queen was my favourite collection of the whole FAT.”-

“Toronto designer, artist and photographer Marie Copps has been featured internationally, with her evening gowns making an appearance in Czech beauty pageants. On the FAT catwalk, Copps unveiled her eponymous label’s new “She’s A Queen” collection, which was fittingly inspired by royalty. Models dazzled on the runway in iridescent gowns with mermaid hems and embellishment. Meanwhile, oversized statement headpieces, brilliant jewel tones and lace bodices brought the allure of royalty to the catwalk.” -

“As both a visual artist and fashion designer, it’s no surprise Marie Copps’ collection teemed with elaborate pieces and the highest attention to detail. An eye-popping yellow dress with gold embellishments was topped off with a shawl of white flowers.” -

“Toronto-based artist and designer Marie Copps designed this incredibly opulent, Cleopatra-worthy outfit.” -

“Day 5 of |FAT| Fashion Art Toronto, themed Haute Culture, was a study in monochrome, pastels and minimal black and white. The final collection of the night, by Marie Copps, sparkled brightly with lush rainbow colours, a perfect way to end this year’s epic show!” -

“I almost died when I saw this Marie Copps creation” -

“Marie Copps’ collection suitably called She’s A Queen was everything royal. The bold colours, rich fabrics and opulent headpieces were absolutely stunning. As an internationally published photographer, designer and fine artist, her collection was described as ‘elaborate royal style pieces, presented in simpler forms’. Perhaps the designer’s vision of a modern day Queen with a curtsy to all Queens before Her. Bravo! -

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