Originally from San Francisco, Chris March has always kept his eye on a career in fashion. His work on the giant trademark hats and wigs of America's longest running show, "Beach Blanket Babylon," earned him great acclaim. His love of costuming, fashion, and acting, led him to pursue his fashion design dreams in New York, where his achievements include a Drama Desk Award nomination for outstanding costume design. Chris has created looks and styles for many designers that have appeared on Entertainment Tonight, Martha Stewart, Rachael Ray, Tyra, Today, E! and MTV. Classic designers like Dior and Chanel, as well as trailblazers like Thierry Mugler, Vivienne Westwood and John Galliano inspire Chris. However, he says he's always had an unmistakably unique vision and talent that includes sculptural lines, lush fabrics, humor and an unpredictable use of materials. Chris says he designs for the woman who wants to stand out in a crowd. After moving to New York in 2001, Chris's reputation and career took off, landing him a spot as a designer finalist on "Project Runway," season 4. He has designed for many notable clients including: Madonna, Prince, Cirque du Soleil, Beyonce Knowles, and Meryl Streep, whose Academy Awards 2010 dress resulted in rave reviews, and earned her a spot on many "Best-Dressed" lists. Chris can currently be seen on his own show, "Mad Fashion," on BRAVO. His first book, "I Heart Chris March," (and who doesn't?) is available now at http://www.chrismarchdesign.com Chris loves to donate his time and designs to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids.
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