This dress is a work of art. Truly. It was actual displayed in the Contemporary Museum of Craft here in Portland for a week.
Seen in my audition video for Project Runway.
The size is going to fit quite a range because of the kind of halter style. Let's call it a Small, though. It will fit a range (XS to Medium) and bust measurements from 31" to 35", but I would say it's the best for about a 33" bustline.
The halter ties at the back of the neck and the back scoops very low. The length in the front is about 35" long and then it dips lower in the back to around 40" and the skirt is pretty full.
The underneath silver part is made of a metallic linen-rayon blend jacquard and the top part is made of a slightly sheer white complicated network of pieces that have been folded and draped into something amazing.
This is without a doubt one of the most incredible things I've ever made. And it is for certain a one-of a kind because it was incredibly complicated and time-consuming.
Hey, this could even be one hell of an unforgettable avant-garde wedding dress, too!
first pics by Quavondo, last by Rachel Stevens.
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