Presentation Type

Event

Description

Inspired by spiral galaxies across the infinite universe, Spindles of Stardust was created to encompass the beauty and intricacy residing within the skies above -- details which we often overlook. From the gold thread woven through the brocade fabric of the bodice to the sparkling coils of gold embellishing the straps and belt, the design elements of a spiral galaxy are embodied. As single specs of stardust intertwine and extend from these galaxies, sixteen individual panels of gold and beige organza are joined together into a belted skirt. While the solid gold fabric serving as the underlay of the skirt is fully attached to the bodice, the wearer can opt for a simpler, less ornate form of the dress, by simply removing the belted skirt overlay. In this imaginative design, the gown boasts of beauty and quality, while incorporating functional elements that couture-style garments often neglect.

Share

COinS
 
Nov 11th, 9:00 AM

Spindles of Stardust

Inspired by spiral galaxies across the infinite universe, Spindles of Stardust was created to encompass the beauty and intricacy residing within the skies above -- details which we often overlook. From the gold thread woven through the brocade fabric of the bodice to the sparkling coils of gold embellishing the straps and belt, the design elements of a spiral galaxy are embodied. As single specs of stardust intertwine and extend from these galaxies, sixteen individual panels of gold and beige organza are joined together into a belted skirt. While the solid gold fabric serving as the underlay of the skirt is fully attached to the bodice, the wearer can opt for a simpler, less ornate form of the dress, by simply removing the belted skirt overlay. In this imaginative design, the gown boasts of beauty and quality, while incorporating functional elements that couture-style garments often neglect.

 

To view the content in your browser, please download Adobe Reader or, alternately,
you may Download the file to your hard drive.

NOTE: The latest versions of Adobe Reader do not support viewing PDF files within Firefox on Mac OS and if you are using a modern (Intel) Mac, there is no official plugin for viewing PDF files within the browser window.