A one-of-a-kind, hand-stitched beaded cape. Made from vintage beads, findings, and Swarovski crystals. Worn with magnets to keep the cape in place whether on top of an evening gown, blazer, sweater, or coat. It was made in conjunction with the London Fashion Week collection.
A one-of-a-kind black, gold, & teal magnetic epaulette worn for an asymmetrical adornment to a blazer, dress, or sweater from London Fashion Week.
An epaulette is an adornment worn on the shoulder of one's outfit; think military, marching band or my inspiration the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. This epaulette, however, is not limited to just shoulder wearing. Created to be worn on the runway of London Fashion Week with the sustainable brand Prophetik, this piece was made with fabric sensitivity in mind using magnets. The magnets allow this piece to be worn not just through the thicker materials of a blazer or sweater, but also along the back of a dress at the top of the waistline, creating a pop of fun for just the right dress. Or perhaps even along the top of a blazer pocket, mimicking menswear's current obsession with pocket squares and lapel pins as well as offering a throwback to brooches.
Links to view the Beaded Epaulette at London Fashion Week:
A hand-stitched fabric and beaded twist on the old-style lariette. Made with vintage findings and woven between the chain links are pieces of fabric and Swarovski crystals. This piece was made in conjunction with London Fashion Week and appeared on the runway with the sustainable fashion brand Prophetik.
A hand-stitched black and gold statement necklace inspired by layered fan shapes. Stitched into the necklace are vintage findings, glass and Swarovksi beads as well as Alice's vintage lace curtains dyed black with India ink. A necklace made for the London Fashion Week collection for the sustainable fashion brand Prophtik.