Orange and Green Translucent Optic Distortion Pixel 200

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Orange and Green Translucent Optic Distortion Pixel 200

305.00
  • Size 12
  • Organic Chiffon Asymmetric Dress

Speak the language of Body and share radiant skin in a dress that caresses left shoulder with wearing to dinner or to bed for dessert with event appropriate under garments.

Form: Square cut Asymmetric in this light semi translucent knee length shift, Berber stitch detail and the knees in contrast silk Habotai trim, Light smell like hot skin.

Print: Optical illusion Digital Silk Pixel knee length dress with contrast band in viscose silk in Red and Green. - A combination that a colour-blind person would confuse.

The Goddess Collection: Is an 16-piece curated collection of one of a kind pieces. Hand dyed. in a Series of themes. Hand screen-printed. Hand finished detailing. Organic Silks, Chiffons, Organic silk Habotai , Organic silk Georgette Organic Chiffon Wool Cashmere Organic Ghanaian cotton treated with (delicious) Cassava powder.

Feminine leaning. Gender Neutral if your inner Goddess wiggles a belly dancing shimmy for it! ) Conscious of the way women move, fabulous, feminine, and regal. The aesthetic: is flattering, elegant, and luxurious. You hear the sounds of the Belly dancing coins as you walk…

Draping: Cloudia’s process starts with deconstructed versions of Kaftan, Bubu, and Jellaba, the traditional heritage garments from her origins, then Couture draping technique, working from the bust form, where the silhouettes are created, before the technical Blueprint tailor’s pattern is created in card.

Colour: The various colourways combine red and brown, orange and green, and pink blue and purple. The colourways are based on colour-blind visuals. What clashes to us, is harmonious to them.

Goddess Prints and Textures: The prints, on organic fabrics, reflect how the vision impaired may view the world; like a pixilated TV monitor on the textured cottons or the diaphanous blur on silk and chiffon.

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