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Amanda Holden "rules in the fashion stakes" after wearing Quintana Couture at the BAFTA Television Awards 2010

The Daily Mail called her choice "stunning"

Actress and Britain's Got Talent Judge, Amanda Holden, chose Quintana Couture to design her dress for this year's BAFTA Television Awards. Founder and designer, Juan Carlos Quintana, created an asymmetrical Goddess gown in white and lilac ash, made from silk chiffon with a satin organza flower. Hello Magazine said "Amanda Holden rules in the fashion stakes", while The Daily Mail called her choice "stunning" and The Mirror described it as "perfectly judged". Quintana Couture is a Latin American couturier based in Knightsbridge, London.

Quintana Couture designs for a rarefied circle of private clients who seek a profoundly personal level of originality, craftsmanship and exquisite detail. Juan Carlos Quintana opened his Latin American atelier in 2002 and the British atelier opened in 2009. Other celebrity clients include Jane Asher, Michal Husain and Myleene Klass, who he dressed for this year’s Classical Brit Awards.

Media coverage of Amanda Holden's gown:

The Daily Telegraph
Hello Magazine
The Daily Mail
The Mirror


More information about Quintana Couture is available at

Media Contact, Curzon PR,

Pollyanna Gredley
+44 (0)20 3178 5693