Check out my newest collection “Bad Girl Gone Good”
Thank you so much for taking the time to view my progress so far. I hope you enjoy it and feel free to leave any feedback—positive or constructive.
This is the dress that I made and wore to my school’s fashion show. I was inspired by a dream that I had a week before the show. In the dream, I was actually wearing this dress, and I was on the red carpet. Therefore, I took that dream as a vision, and I made my dress except with a few changes in color and fabric choice. This dress is fabricated with stretch velvet and stretch cotton and lined with black satin.
This is my second collection entitled “Bad Girl Gone Good.” I was inspired by the silhouettes of the dresses worn in the 1950s as well as pin up girls—Audrey Hepburn meets Betty Page. I want my customers to feel confident and classy with a little edginess as well. I used lace, chiffon, organza, brocade, satin, and tulle to create this black and white collection. The dress with the zebra print skirt was featured in my school’s annual fashion show held at the Academy of Music in Center City Philadelphia, Pa.
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I am currently working on my second Collection. This collection is an all black and white cocktail dress collection entitled “Bad Girl Gone Good.” I was inspired by Audrey Hepburn and clothing of the 50s mixed with Betty Page and pin up girls. The fabrics I will be using are satins, silks, lace, taffetas, tulle, and some knits. I really wanted to play with fabrics that have a texture or print. This collection inspires women to feel confident about themselves and feel sexy without revealing too much.
This is my first collection that I have ever made. My inspiration was the night sky. This look is for that girl that works a normal 9-5pm job. She is an average girl between the ages 18-25. She lives a normal life; however, every now and then, she enjoys getting dressed up and going out on the town with her friends. For my fabrics I chose cashmere, stretch velvet, silk charmeuse, satin, and satin back crepe. I also used the colors black and purple with small accents of gold to represent the sky at night. I encountered some technical issues with this collection. Combining wovens and knits was not easy, but it has taught me to study fabrics better. I enjoyed this collection, I do believe I made some errors, and there is always room for improvement. Stay tuned for my next collection—Coming Soon!!!