Added Sep 23, 2009
Praha, Czech Rep...
This is my last school project, the subject was something like “philological patterns drawing”.
We had to make a little researc about a woman of the regency period and than make a dress she could wear in her life. I chose Mary Wollstonecraft (Mary Shelley’s mother), and I thought this dress could be perfect for her women vindications, not so sexy but convenient and elegant :)
Everything is made with white thin musslin, very hard to work with it!
I added a bit of tulle lace around the neck, to make it smarter ;)
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