Marchesa’s Oscar-Inspired Tabletop

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We all know that Marchesa is no stranger to the red carpet, dressing many a celebrity and almost always putting them straight onto some of world’s most read best-dressed lists. But, what amazed me about this iconic luxury fashion house is that they have managed to translate the season’s most coveted red carpet looks into stunning statement tableware.

Embellishing their new Tabletop collection with everything from 24k gold to the season’s hottest prints, this bone china not only mirrors some of our recent Oscar red carpet favourites, but sets the bar exceptionally high for your next dinner party.

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I for one cannot deny that Marchesa’s newest collection (seen above) was inspired by the runway – recent and from the past – and I personally love that runway trends are now regularly jumping off the catwalk and coming into our homes in the form of stunning wall prints, paint and fabric colours, as well as onto our tables.

I think it’s important to remember though that you shouldn’t feel like statement china can’t also be practical. Long gone are the days when it should only came out to play for your utter-most VIP guests.

Feel free to dress your statement tableware down by mixing in some of your everyday pieces, or go all out, candelabras, gold-plated wine goblets and all!

Why not have fun with your next table setting; your guests will love it.

Check out a few more Oscar red carpet-worthy similarities I found from this celebrated design house.

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Isn’t it great to see menswear finally taking centre stage on the red carpet?

Images courtesy of Marchesa and The Oscars.

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I'm Lisa, a real born and bred Torontonian in every sense of the word. I'm a PR practitioner by day with a fabulous client list, at a very cool boutique firm in the core with a view of the city that can make anyone want to move here. I have a mild to moderate hat obsession, and you’ll usually find me searching the city for the next big chef, and rarely without a fashion or décor magazine in my purse. Before PR, I was a travel writer/editor/photographer, and spent most of my time travelling the world and bringing my stories back here. The rest of the time I spent indulging in the city's untapped culinary scene as Post City Magazine's main restaurant photographer. But, no matter where I am in the world, nothing beats coming home. That's why I've spent the last few years planting my roots here, moving from Toronto’s uber-chic west side to the heart of Greek Town in a modern Victorian semi (a.ka. my lifelong décor project), with my husband and super-stylish son. Yes, I'm one of those moms, the one who won't give up her sense of style post-baby bump; and why should I?! I aspire to have my cake and eat it too - I am Italian after all. And, now why my 2-year-old in tow, I can bring him along for the ride.