Concert Apparel by Jane Wilson-Marquis

A NEW LINE OF ELEGANT CONCERT APPAREL

A collaboration of inspiration between the designer and the musician. Beautiful, comfortable, timeless and affordable

Concert apparel and black wardrobe staples

Our concert apparel provides an affordable line of separates that address the needs of orchestra ,soloists and ensemble members

We listened to our clients past and present who always presented challenges that on our couture line we were able to solve. We would lower the armhole ,make the sleeve wider , lengthen the tops and customize necklines to name a few of the changes . This learning curve lead us to develop a new Ready to Wear line where the prices can start at $180 — a far cry from our couture price point.We have also made it possible to allow for the separates to still be customized . We feel this line of separates is a sophisticated approach to the wardrobe needs of not just performers but women who want to add to their evening wardrobe.

Karen Flint on a restored Gold Harpsichord   Its first concert  at The Barn Flimtwoods Delaware 
JoAnn Falletta – Conductor
Karen Marie Marmer (RIP ), co-director, REBEL Ensemble for Baroque Music
  • FEATURES OF OUR NEW LINE
  • Most of the pieces are cut on the bias .
  • We have included in the line circle and straight skirts and a tucked skirt (one of our signature looks)
  • We have elegant Palazzo pants (with the cello player in mind. ! )
  • We have evening camisoles that can be worn with or with out our sheer tops with sleeves
  • All are shown in polyester chiffon satin or georgette
  • They are made to last and travel well .
  • They can be customized,ordered in another color and made in silk such as silk satin , georgette or chiffon.
Simone Dinnerstein performing at the Barbican London

Latest News

Jane’s jacket on the cover of  Daisy’s new CD Who’s Who . All the music on the new CD is the music of the iconic band The Who .

View the latest collection of gowns, separates, & coats

Photo by Joseph Squillante – Cecilia Quirino – Dancer/Performer

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Daisy Jopling – Classical Rock Violinist – photo by Elle Gamboa

Obituary for Karen Marmer

It is with a heavy heart that I sadly announce the sudden death of Karen Marmer . Karen was our first model and inspiration for the concert apparel line . We will miss her creative input , her enthusiasm and her help in developing this evening clothing line for musicians . On a personal note I will miss her smile, her exquisite playing of baroque music and her embrace of all that life had to offer. Karen touched my life and will always be there in my heart .

karen marmer rIP
Rest in Peace Karen – Photo by Howard Goodman

For private appointments or more info call Jane @ 212 452 5535

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