Our Creative Director, Fernando DaSilva designed an “out of the ordinary collection of jewelry that is delightfully different, chic and of course trendsetting.”
The unique embroidered dresses were hand picked by Fernando in Brazil in January.
Here is a closer look at just one of the six models he styled.
Fernando said “Our model Zoe Diana Parker added poses, drama, sensuality and a strong dose of “I gotta no time for BS… hello” vibe to this special look on the runway – she is incredibly beautiful.”
A long necklace featuring a wired flower by Lena Gillespie of Purple Lace Designs designed to almost blend with the embroidering lines of the navy blue kaftan. Lena’s wire and beaded flowers uses our Tropical Punch flower maker as the centre. You can see more of them in an earlier blog post linked here.
Fernando continued “I really wanted big earrings so I created a vintage inspired chandelier earring set with white opaque glass drops – her high ponytail highlights them.”
In closing, Fernando remarked “Zoe turned my handmade jewelry into a Rodeo Drive accessory. I love this look and I loved her catwalk untouchable diva attitude.”
This is post five in our series from the Creativity on The Catwalk show.
Look One – Golden Butterscotch can be viewed here.
Look Two – Wild Boho can be reviewed here.
Look Three – The Global Jet-Setter
Look Four – The Nomadic Travellor