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A blog dedicated to a girl plunging head first into the most terrifying world known to man.

The Fashion World.

Follow me as I create new designs, mock lines, sew bustles and weld metal hoop skirts. Which will hopefully lead to my first Fashion Show in May.

Applying to FIDM in the fall.
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messrprongsie:

i’m not just a time lord, i’m the last of the time lords.

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Anonymous asked:
What ipad app do you use for your sketches ? :)

'Ello, sorry! I didn't get a notification about this message. I just use a general sketch app, it's really the stylus that helps. I an Adonit Jot Stylus.

I’ll post which app I use tonight for you, though, love!

Guess who just went to Mood! Walking out with 9 yards and three different fabrics. Time to finish this dress.

Guess who just went to Mood! Walking out with 9 yards and three different fabrics. Time to finish this dress.

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dknyprgirl:

Can you die from this sketch? Nina Dobrev’s #DonnaKaranAtelier #MetGala gown, before.

dknyprgirl:

Can you die from this sketch? Nina Dobrev’s #DonnaKaranAtelier #MetGala gown, before.

Alexander McQueen, why do you possess all the talent? Share? This is stunning.

Alexander McQueen, why do you possess all the talent? Share? This is stunning.

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I wish I could see the movement of this. I’d like to see how the cut of that skirt moves. Also, is that a pattern on the top or the fabric? Either way, cool.

I wish I could see the movement of this. I’d like to see how the cut of that skirt moves. Also, is that a pattern on the top or the fabric? Either way, cool.

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An Update:

Finally - finally - have the two designs I’ll be using for my presentation. I’m very happy with these two and I’m also really excited to get them going.

The concept was, although cliche, a mixing masculine and feminine. As well as mixing delicate materials - i.e. lace/silk - with more harsh materials - copper. It took a lot of work, and going outside my own boundaries and imagination, but I finally created something I think is original, accurately portrays who I am, and is visually appealing.

I’ve started on the copper wiring I’ll be using as a neck piece on the dress and shaping it into accent pieces for a top hat.

I’m very, very excited about these pieces! I’ll be posting pictures of both designs here soon, as well as documenting my progress as I sew them.

Let’s do this!