Fashion and design circles are buzzing with the Pantone Institute’s choice for 2014’s color of the year. Pantone routinely identifies the hot hues on the horizon.
I was so honored to work on Meghan’s gown. She brought me the dress that both her grandmother and mother wore to their own weddings in the 1950s and 1980s.
Raquel was a return client. I’d made a dress for her to wear to a friend’s wedding, and now she was the one getting married and she was having three wedding events.
Heather came to me with quite a few images of dresses she liked – they fell into one of two very different categories: a backless, 1930s look; and an Edwardian design.
Emily works in the fashion industry and had a good idea of the kind of dress she wanted to wear. What makes the dress so uniquely her is that she was involved in every aspect of its creation.