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Marchesa’s New Collection Attracts Major Stars

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By Leah OrnsteinRadar Style & Beauty Editor

Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig showed off their Spring 2012 Marchesa collection on Tuesday night, and it was no surprise that Hollywood’s hottest stars were on hand for the show. 

RadarOnline.com has all the photos of the sizzling starlets and models and all the details about the ravishing collection – which is sure to be a red carpet favorite this award show season – as well as our 10 favorite looks of the collection.

PHOTOS: Marchesa Spring 2012 – The Best Looks & All The Stars

Emma Roberts, Michelle Monaghan, Jessica Szohr, Mandy Moore, Molly Sims, Kelly Osbourne and Bar Refaeli are just a handful of the sizzling starlets who sat in the front row of the show, dressed to thrill in Marchesa a la mode.

The new collection was inspired by Russian artist Ilya Repin’s painting, Sadko in the Underwater Kingdom and channels an ethereal underwater fantasy.

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Tulle, chiffon and translucent colored mesh blends with deep sea-inspired accents such as scale-like embroidery and cascades of silk fringe, made for the luscious line’s most romantic collection ever.

And get this – to accentuate each look, Marchesa partnered with iconic footwear designer, Christian Louboutin to create custom footwear.  We will take one of each, please!

PHOTOS: Stars Hit Fashion’s Night Out Around The World

We can’t wait to see what A-list fashionistas will be rocking this collection in the months to come!

Too see all the stars at the Marchesa Spring 2012 presentation, as well as Radar’s top 10 looks from the collection, click here.

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