Future Fibres

The long gown was designed for the ‘Red Carpet’. It is constructed from a gently flowing sustainable material, bamboo. The ink & white floor length sleeveless gown comprises a fitted bodice, a plunging v shaped neckline and v shaped back,…

Future Fibres

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The long gown was designed for the ‘Red Carpet’. It is constructed from a gently flowing sustainable material, bamboo. The ink & white floor length sleeveless gown comprises a fitted bodice, a plunging v shaped neckline and v shaped back, armholes bound in a contrasting colour and gently flowing skirt. A strikingly colourful belt, fastened with a laser cut buckle and embellished with laser cut flowers completes the look of the gown. A design feature of the gown is that my client can alter the length of the skirt via a series of hidden press-studs. This enables her to attend an ‘after party’ wearing what appears to be a ‘new’ garment; a voluminous fibre optical skirt falling from an elasticised waist. The skirt has designed with thoughts of ‘future fashion’ in mind.

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