Event Title

Devotion

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The inspiration for this design comes from Pablo Picasso himself, and his painting The Seated Woman - 1938. This painting depicts one of his mistress's and what he saw in her, with the painting emphasizing aspects of her beauty. Through extreme detail this design was there to re-enforce what is so beautiful about women that often go overlooked and underrated, every individual feature on a woman is what makes her unique and stunning. This interpretation was to give the wearer the power to say there is so much about me that is beautiful and I want you to see it all. When the light shines down upon this dress it sparkles and gleams just as her eyes do when they grab your attention and never let go.

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Nov 11th, 9:00 AM

Devotion

The inspiration for this design comes from Pablo Picasso himself, and his painting The Seated Woman - 1938. This painting depicts one of his mistress's and what he saw in her, with the painting emphasizing aspects of her beauty. Through extreme detail this design was there to re-enforce what is so beautiful about women that often go overlooked and underrated, every individual feature on a woman is what makes her unique and stunning. This interpretation was to give the wearer the power to say there is so much about me that is beautiful and I want you to see it all. When the light shines down upon this dress it sparkles and gleams just as her eyes do when they grab your attention and never let go.

 

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