Vintage goes modern – La Marelle Couture

Marelle is a well known, and , highly respected artist in the North East. She has worked hard to develop a very unique style. Marelle has been a professional artist for over 25 years. She is the founder of the Hopscotch Hands on Exhibit for the Blind. An art show composed of 3d portraits,(so the blind can feel what celebrities look like). These shows are very successful. Her exhibit has appeared at shows with The Blind Boys of Alabama and the Trans Siberian Orchestra. With over a dozen solo shows, Marelle’s fine art career is going beautifully.

A portion of all sales go to fund this ingenious art show.

Always interested in fashion, she has created many beautiful pieces. Most of these she wore herself. Upon dozens of requests from her personal clients, she started an elite accessory line.


The finest vintage materials are transformed into stunning, one of a kind luxury finds. Never settle for less than the very best. Marelle uses only the finest vintage materials and rare treasures. In addition to her many celebrity clients, Marelle has worked with several well known designers. No two pieces are ever the same. Custom orders are always welcome. Have a piece of wearable art as beautifully individual as you. Vintage materials come together to make extraordinary, timeless accessories and keepsakes. Eco-friendly never looked so good or went so far.

Over 95 percent of all items in our accessory line are made from previously loved, vintage treasures. . It has been said, you don’t pick a Marelle piece, it picks you. Only one, for the one and only you………be bold, be beautiful, be yourself. It is amazing how modern a piece created with vintage elements can be. Show stopping, head turning, fabulous. The proceeds from this shop fund the Hopscotch Hands on Exhibit for the Blind. A very unique, successful, three dimensional, tactile touching exhibit founded by Marelle. This ingenious art exhibit features celebrity portraits that the blind community view by touch.

InStyle Magazine stated, “Marelle’s work is superior in quality, ahead of her time, creating absolutely stunning, unique pieces of luxury wearable art.”

Marelle has done custom work for several celebrities and has been featured in Style magazine, Vogue for the People/U-Closet, Talk of the Town, Allure Gallery, Weekender, Bergen Performing Arts Center, Janice Charach Gallery, Kirby Center of Performing Arts, and The Forwardian magazine, just to name a few.