I LOVE this fabric! I just finished making this sheath dress today. It is made out of an Ana Sui wool burnout. I had never even seen a wool burnout until last September. It is such a technical and couture fabric. I wanted to make something very simple to show off the subtle beauty of this fabric. I'm sorry I am not a great model and my camera is not great either. To fully appreciate this fabric you really have to come into the store and see it for yourself.
My husband hates this dress, my big Liz Claiborn glasses, and more than anything my Frye boots. Naturally, I love all of these things and pair them all together. This dress is made from a reversible wool jacquard. It reminds me of my favorite Icelandic band, Sigor Ros. The style of the dress is simple, but it makes me feel rich, like I'm about to go skiing in Aspen.
This skirt was made from a remnant piece of Vera Wang cotton and lycra. There was not enough fabric to do more than a very simple strait skirt. I love the color combination and the comfort of this skirt. I'm sad that we no longer have this cotton in stock, but we do have this same pattern in a silk chiffon. I'm thinking about making something out of it soon.
Friday, February 12, 2010
5:00pm - 9:00pm
The Hive Gallery IN Trolley Square
DAY 2 ART WILL STAY UP AVAILABLE FOR SALE 10AM-9PM
We are asking for a minimum $2 entrance fee which will also be donated.
Come enjoy live music, refreshments, & fantastic art. Support with us!
International Wedding Gown designer
Lecture: The life of a Bridal gown designer
Day: Friday Feb. 12th
Time: 10:30 AM -11:40 AM
Place: Salt Lake City Library, conference room B
Sponsored by: The Association of Fashion Designers
in Partnership with Alta Moda Bridal Salon