Such a pretty Marie Antoinette inspired dress….layers of shell-pink silk organza and gossamer tulle, embroidered with a delicate tracery of coral branches and sea anemones (or twining stems of flowers, depending on how you look at it)
This delicious couture gown is light as a feather, in spite of its many exquisite layers…..it appears almost translucent, but modesty is preserved with a lining of peachy nude silk habutai, and a little corded lace insert in that plunging illusion tulle neckline.
A gauzy embellished tulle and blush silk wedding gown named after the Greek goddess of the Dawn. Eos is always described in Greek literature as having rosy fingers, or rosy forearms, as she opens the gates of heaven for the sun to rise. This couture bridal gown is flushed with the most delicate hint of shell pink, like the pale Mediterranean skies just before the sun appears over the horizon.
I love working with the Norwegian creative team Dag Drømmerne, they have such a particular aesthetic, both dreamy and intricately detailed, that resonates so perfectly with my style. I adore this atmospheric coastal styled shoot they organised last summer….
Inspiration; English artist Evelyn de Morgan (1855-1919) was influenced by the Pre-Raphaelite movement, and her depictions of the rose coloured Grecian draperies of Medea and Helen of Troy find an echo in our silk tulle ‘Calliope’ Grecian Goddess dress and ‘Nephele’ kimono style boudoir robe….