Last March 19, Pittsburgh Opera held the fashion event, “A Song of Thrones”. It’s a fashion show based on the popular medieval fantasy epic, “Game of Thrones”. Fashion show and Game of Thrones? Yes, please! Unfortunately, I had missed it because of some home reno stuff that needed attention. Good thing, the Pittsburgh Opera sent me amazing photos of the event, captured by David Bachman Photography. So we can all enjoy fashion creations from designer Diana Misetic of Little Black Dress.
A Song of Thrones
A Song of Thrones combined costuming and music by Pittsburgh Opera, and high end fashions from Diana Misetic. Looking at the intro photos, they surely made a grand entrance!
Ivan White, Maurice Faulk
Donald Westeroff, Christopher Hunt
Charlotte Fedun (wearing one of my favorites from Misetic), Pittsburgh Opera Resident Artist Eric Ferring
Sofia Borrero wearing my most favorite from all the dresses that Misetic sent on the runway. There’s another dreamy one that I love, but this one is something I can see myself wearing. Plus, gingham is so on trend this Spring, making this a perfect dress for this season!
Terresa Shaw in a classy dress. But that necklace though! Such a statement piece!
Meghan McNally wearing this beautiful two-piece set! Can we talk about the details, please?
Pittsburgh Opera Resident Artist Ashley Fabian
Berry, de Gruyl
Pittsburgh Opera Resident Artist Leah de Gruyl
Rena Stokes, Amila Niksic
Sofia Borrero wearing yet again one of my favorites! This is the other dress that I was telling you about. How dreamy is this? If I’m going to a ball, I’d totally wear this!
Pittsburgh Opera Resident Artists
Finale/line-up, A Song of Thrones.
Congratulations Ron Booth and Diana Misetic! Bravo!
Event Chair Michele Fabrizi, President/CEO of MARC USA and Chair of Pittsburgh Opera’s Board of Directors
Diana Misetic and Pittsburgh Opera General Director Christopher Hahn with models wearing Diana’s fashion creations // Photo Credit: David Bachman Photography for Pittsburgh Opera
Loving all the dresses that Misetic (even the one she is wearing) has created for this event. Great job to you and the Pittsburgh Opera! Here’s hoping for another one soon! Friends, which dress was your favorite? Do you also watch Game of Thrones?