There are women who are so beautiful it can be disruptive. Their entrances provoke stutters, missteps, spilled drinks, and sometimes a brief catatonic state that can be particularly embarrassing to those affected. After everyone rights themselves, things resume, except that everything else in the room is now a bit dimmer than the feminine creature that just took command of it.
A woman in a beautiful dress can stop time, and designer Debbie Carroll has made this the inspiration for the dresses she custom makes for each client. “I think women are drawn to my pieces because they are the perfect dress to make any woman feel elegant and classy but still sexy at the same time. To me they are timeless. They can be worn on the red carpet, to a nice dinner, or any special occasion. Knowing that you have a custom made dress to fit you perfectly is very appealing.”
Debbie Carroll dresses are no stranger to the red carpet. To date she has designed for former Miss Nevada 2012, third runner up Miss USA, and Miss Nevada 2014 Nia Sanchez. International pop star Nayer and Shana Moakler of VH1 Hollywood Exes have also been clients. Ring girl Michelle Ulibarr was also recently seen wearing the signature backless lace Debbie Carroll at the MMA Awards here in Las Vegas.
Her dresses are in high demand, and a lot has been happening for this talented young Vegas designer since our last interview, only a few short months ago. Email inquiries are flooding in, and she has much in store for 2014. “I did my first photoshoot for the upscale mens boutique Stitched at the Cosmopolitan hotel. My dress will be featured in the campaign in Seven magazine for a year,” says Debbie. She is also working on her first bridal collection, Debbie Carroll Bridal Couture, for a Las Vegas client. She will be custom-designing her wedding dress as well as the bridesmaids dresses.
Future goals include creating a line of business attire. “I want to make women feel empowered and look the part,” says Debbie. “I’m also very excited be working on an exclusive men’s collection. I would like to focus on custom suit jackets and blazers, and possibly ties and cravats. I love a man that can dress. I would want to keep this kind of look exclusive and unique.”
Debbie Carroll designs will be showcased in a fashion show this Wednesday February 12th at Lily Lounge at the Bellagio.
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