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Berry and Hohan

Halle Berry wore a Maria Lucia Hohan custom made bustier to the Saks Fifth Avenue celebrates Key To The Cure at Mr Chow on October 10, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California.

Maria Lucia Hohan:

Maria Lucia Hohan has become the starlet’s go-to designer, gracing Hollywood A-listers at major award shows, premieres and red carpet events. Known for her ethereal, elaborately draped gowns and flirty cocktail dresses, Maria Lucia Hohan’s signature aesthetic lies in her delicate pastel hues and colors on variations of silk textures, sheer mousseline, sand washed satin, creamy velvet and crisp taffeta. Self-describing her collections as chic but girly, Maria’s pieces are created to enhance the feminine silhouette and make a woman feel happy and fabulous. For more information, please visit www.mlh-shop.com

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