Added Apr 19, 2012
I made this jumpsuit as part of a collaboration between Edinburgh’s Stitch Lounge and the Science Festival. Over the course of a weekend we had to identify a muse from the field of science and create a garment inspired by them. I was lucky enough to meet the amazing perfumier Ericka Duffy who has a fondness for jumpsuits. Inspired by a perfume she told me about called Breath of God I created this jumpsuit. It has a draped cowl neck bodice which is halter neck and backless, and draping harem pants on bottom half. Best worn when howling at the moon.
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