China red silk organza ballgown
Pleated bands define the shape of the bustier and form the edges of each ruffle on the skirt.
Bouganville silk chiffon ballgown
Large purple crinoline bands define each ruffle of the skirt and create a dramatic asymmetric motif on one shoulder.
Fuchsia pink silk organza bustier mini dress
A pleated effect in a fan shape creates graphic rythyms of transparency and open out in a three dimensional effect.
Bubble shaped mini dress in silk organza
Embroidered entirely in laquered red sequins.
Aqua-green and smoky grey organza evening gown
Large organza circles embroider the asymmetrical volume of the draped bustier.
Mini cage shaped dress made from gold silk tulle
Embroidered bodice with feathers handpainted and metallic sequins in complementing shades of gold.
Acid-green evening dress in satin and silk organza
A bow motif on the bust retains a multitude of pleats, forming the volume at the back of the dress.
Black silk organza evening dress
A pleated motif effect forms three-dimensional fan shapes creating graphic rythyms of transparency which curve around the entire body.
Antique rose evening dress in silk tulle and georgette.
Micro draping forms the bodice while boned piping retains the shape before falling to create the «cage» shape. Embroidered entirely in crystal in a “degrade” effect.
Black silk organza mini dress
Crinoline bands of crystal mesh curve around the bust retaining plisse and forming the straps. Large folds open out to form the volume.
Nude coloured evening dress
Entirely embroidered with transparent sequins and crystals in a degrade effect.
Cream silk crepe de chine evening dress with open back
Pleated bands of organza twist around the body before opening out to form the train.
Black silk chiffon and organza evening dress
Pleated organza bands with crinoline and crystal mesh tubes create the graphic contours of the bustier.
Smokey grey silk organza ballgown
Crinoline and crystal mesh tubes out line the body and fall to gather the volume of the dress, creating ruffles in petal shapes.
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
4/01/2009 Ajurette Magablog