“This dress is so stunning in its simplicity…just cashmere and leather that was so soft against my skin, and looked like a million dollars!
That is the key to Iona’s Collection…simple, sheer elegance.”
Delaina Dixon, TV Host, VH1 The Gossip Table, April 2014
The TV Host
Delaina Dixon, of VH1’s The Gossip Table, wears Iona Crawford’s cashmere and leather ‘Torquil’ Dress, with Mario Manningham of NY Giants at a private VIP screening of Draft Day @ AMC Loews 34th Street, New York. Photo Credit: Sue Coflin/Max Photos
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“Classic beauty with cool, that’s what I love about Iona’s designs.
As a singer, I am all about that! Her dresses really turned my magazine photo shoot around – I will never forget that!”
Jess Domain, Singer Songwriter, April 2014
Singer-songwriter Jess Domain, who started her career as a back-up singer for Aretha Franklin, wore the Collection for an upcoming feature story in Hour Detroit magazine. In the images above, Jess models Iona Crawford ‘Hannah’ and ‘Hanneke‘ dresses.
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photo of Jess: Mike Dote
“I adore Iona’s collection; her pieces are very poetic. I absolutely loved wearing the Hanneke dress. It felt playful, romantic, graceful and elegant; you can move around and have fun in it.
The Kelpie print is beautiful and the elements that these majestic creatures possess show through in the architecture of the dress…running around with that long train made me feel magical myself!”
Gemma Forbes, Actress, April 2014
Actress, Gemma Forbes, wears the Collection’s signature long tunic in Madras lace, the Iona Crawford ‘Hanneke’ Dress, for an event at The Metropolitan Club
“I loved seeing Iona’s exquisite dresses when she was in New York and I plan to wear to wear a dress for one of my July launch events for “HOMAGE,” my new jewelry collection.”
Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin, Singer, Actress and Entrepreneur, April 2014
Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin, as featured in Vogue, September 2007.
Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin is a singer, composer, lyricist, actress and entrepreneur. This eighth-generation descendent of legendary shipping and railroad tycoon, Cornelius Vanderbilt, recently hit #15 in the US Billboard Dance Charts with her single “Here We Go.”
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