ROUGE by House of D’Marsh

I had the good fortune of meeting designer Glenroy March at Rouge, a D’Marsh fashion show produced by The Fashion Movement and held at Spain restaurant in downtown Tampa.  The palette of this collection was black and red mostly, which really popped against the all-white décor of Spain.  Classic silhouettes with an unexpected detail here or there… fitted bodices, luxurious fabrics, cinched waistlines, and voluminous skirts. For more details about the show, please see my post in The Life & Style Guild.

Designer Glenroy March of House of D'Marsh
Designer Glenroy March (photo: Runway Translator)

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left: Lacey Smith of The Fashion Movement
right: stylist Sandra D. and the evening’s emcee Ann P.
(photos: Runway Translator)

The following shots were taken by Jesse Washington of JD Pixology
JDPix01-Fan Dress

JDPix02-Red Gown Sash

JDPix04-Green Gown

JDPix03-Ruffle Gown

JDPix05-White Gown
runway photos: JD Pixology

About Michelle

I am a stylist and former fashion buyer, and I am obsessed with all things STYLE. I started Runway Translator as a way to share my love for styling and curating head-to-toe looks for women. I love creating interesting combinations by mixing high-end and affordable pieces. My inspirations come from the runways of New York, Paris, Milan, and my own local fashion scene in Tampa, Florida.
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