Constance Marie Wears EMILcouture to The 2012 NCLR ALMA Awards

Constance Marie accepted the ALMA Award for "Favorite TV actress in a supporting role" category for her work in “Switched at Birth” in EMILcouture
Constance Marie in EMILcouture
Constance Marie in EMILcouture
Sept. 17, 2012 - PRLog -- Actress Constance Marie arrives in EMILcouture at the 2012 NCLR ALMA Awards at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium on September 16, 2012 in Pasadena, California. This cream and black print dress is from the “Phoenix Rising” collection and features a pleated boudice and floral ruching at the shoulders. Constance accepted her first ALMA Award in the favorite TV actress in a supporting role category for her work in “Switched at Birth.”

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ABOUT EMILcouture:
Emil Gampe is an Austrian designer who studied textile in Vienna and fashion in London. He designed for fashion houses in London, New York and Los Angeles and is now successfully running his own line, EMILcouture.

His work has graced many red carpets and magazines and has recently been seen on Kristen Wiig, Lady Victoria Hervey, Francia Raisa, Carrie Ann Inaba and Alison Brie. Emil was also named the design expert winner on BRAVO's fashion qflbg show "Launch My Line."

Emil's design focusses on the lady in the dress and sets out to compliment the story she brings to the world. His work is a quest for the optimal balance of color, texture and silhouette. In descriptions of Emil's style and design sensibility he is often compared to one of the greatest designers and lovingly called the "Austrian Valentino."

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