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Musings: Still Life Preview

November 20th, 2013 – Comment

The finale of the Still Life Collection at the New York International Bridal Week on October 12, 2013

I am so excited to share my Still Life Collection. It all started with a Dutch masterpiece “Still Life of Flowers on a Marble Table,” by Rachel Ruysch, 1716. In the second half of the 17th century, the art of the floral still-life reached the height of fashion. Dramatic arrangements of flora and fauna, insects and fruits, set against dramatic dark backgrounds exude a mysterious romanticism.

Painting by Rachel Ruysch and 'Papillion' back view from the Still Life Collection

'Rachel' back and 'Raven' front view from the Still Life Collection

Graceful details adorn delicate silks and laces gilded in gold, glowing as if lit from within. The rich floral embroideries give the effect of a painting come to life, while a few artful butterflies flutter in. The brilliance of nature’s beauty is highlighted to dramatic effect, just as the bride becomes the center of our attention.

Heart's Desire from the Still Life Collection

'Mariposa' from the Still Life Collection

'Alchemy' from the Still Life Collection

'Amaryllis' and 'Lily' from the Still Life Collection

'Sonata' from the Still Life Collection

The models posing with Claire Pettibone backstage of her Bridal Presentation of the Still Life Collection

We invite you to be the first to view and try on the Still Life Collection during our Holiday Preview in Los Angeles, at the Castle, by appointment, December 6th and 7th.

7415 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, California 90036
310.360.6268 | email: bridal@clairepettibone.com

The Still Life Collection will be arriving in salons early 2014. Take a sneak peek of the entire collection here, and we invite you to being scheduling appointments with our retailers to experience the gowns in person.

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A note to our Flagship visitors:

I make every attempt to be here personally for events at The Castle, and so look forward to meeting our lovely brides during Trunk Shows, but my 6 year old daughter is performing in her first Nutcracker this same weekend, and I just can’t miss it! The artist Rachel Ruysch, who’s painting inspired this collection had 10(!) children and a very successful career throughout her lifetime (b.1664 d.1750). Obviously, I am following in a long line of women attempting to balance the joys of career and motherhood, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. Thank you for understanding and I can’t wait to see our first Still Life weddings in the new year!

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Events: Fall 2010 Tea for Two

April 12th, 2010 – 1 Comment

An English romance is up in the air for our Spring 2011 collection, Tea for Two.

Claire Pettibone is currently presenting her new collection along with accessories designer, Enchanted Atelier in an intimate setting at Loews Regency Hotel. Editors and buyers get to view the gowns up close and in detail, and so far the responses are all positive!

Here’s a sneak peek of a few gowns from the Spring 2011 collection.

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