Designer label Maria Lucia Hohan first appeared on our style radar when Taylor Swift wore a white lace frock from the fashion house to last year’s Grammy Nominations concert.
Since then, the Maria Lucia Hohan red-carpet profile has been on a steady rise, popping up on the backs of several high profile celebs attending major events, including a diverse group of Hollywood ladies like Ashley Tisdale, Kelly Rowland, and Rachel McAdams.
Former Disney starlet Ashley Tisdale went for full drama in her Maria Lucia Hohan creation at the Hollywood premiere of her latest film, Scary Movie 5.
Her look was all about the sultry, from the sleek, side-parted hair, to the smoky eye makeup, and of course that floor length black sequin gown.
Featuring a plunging neckline, and sheer paneled cutouts down the length of both sides, Ashley’s dress is a testament to fashion’s ability to be flashy, sexy, yet sophisticated all at the same time.
Speaking of sexy…Kelly Rowland oozed sex appeal in her black lace Maria Lucia Hohan frock, at the 28th Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
Kelly’s look basically consisted of a black mini skirt and matching black bra covered by a lace overlay. A dramatic train, and thigh-high split give Kelly’s ensemble an extra bit of diva flair.
With such intricate detailing on her dress, Kelly wisely chose to go with a simple high bun hairstyle, and relatively minimal makeup.
Rachel McAdams is one of those lucky starlets who possess the ability to look great no matter what style phase they’re going through.
Ever the style chameleon, Rachel switched it up yet again, debuting auburn locks at the premiere of Magnolia Pictures’ To The Wonder. In a Maria Lucia Hohan dress that was very similar to Kelly’s, Rachel’s ensemble manages to be demure where Kelly’s was bold, even though both dresses feature suggestive lace overlays.
Maria Lucia Lohan opened her first design studio in 2003 at the very young age of twenty-three, and in relatively short order has become a designer to Hollywood’s fashion elite, with her creations quickly becoming red-carpet staples.