Throughout the past 3 years, I have enjoyed learning how to create and adapt garments to allow for movement and...

For this design I looked to 1930’s Hollywood glamour for inspiration. Wishing to portray the lavish lifestyle Manon was so desperate to maintain, I used luxurious fabrics such as silk and chiffon to create a slip and peignoir. I looked to the seven deadly sins, lust in particular to aid my colour choice as the character Manon lusts after both riches and her beaux.

The stained glass windows seen in the Spanish cathedral La Sagrada Familia was the inspiration for this design as well as the Disney film Moana. For a ‘Dior does Disney’ themed runway show, I created a fashion forward costume to represent the transformation from the villainous volcanic monster Te Ka into the goddess of life, Mother Island, Te Fiti. Innovative processes were used to create interesting surface patterns. A soldering iron was used to decorate the gown, melting the fabric to create tropical floral and fauna designs whilst the printing of black acrylic paint was used to create the volcanic effect of the camp.

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For this design I looked to 1930’s Hollywood glamour for inspiration. Wishing to portray the lavish lifestyle Manon was so desperate to maintain, I used luxurious fabrics such as silk and chiffon to create a slip and peignoir. I looked to the seven deadly sins, lust in particular to aid my colour choice as the character Manon lusts after both riches and her beaux.

The stained glass windows seen in the Spanish cathedral La Sagrada Familia was the inspiration for this design as well as the Disney film Moana. For a ‘Dior does Disney’ themed runway show, I created a fashion forward costume to represent the transformation from the villainous volcanic monster Te Ka into the goddess of life, Mother Island, Te Fiti. Innovative processes were used to create interesting surface patterns. A soldering iron was used to decorate the gown, melting the fabric to create tropical floral and fauna designs whilst the printing of black acrylic paint was used to create the volcanic effect of the camp.

Stephanie Wilson.

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