Collection: Turner

The Collection of gowns were inspired by the earth tones of the paintings in a particular exhibition English painter J M W Turner at the Tate Britain Museum. The gowns with names from the daughters Zeus from Greek mythology also known as the Muses, embody the Kosibah figure enhancing silhouette using soft and flowing fabrics and hand stitched appliques.


Strapless gown with ruched Tulle corseted bodice. Column skirt with puddle train. Hand stitched appliqués. Tulle overskirt with cathedral train. Removal Tulle chemise with cap sleeves.


Strapless gown with corseted bodice. High- Low circular layered Tulle skirt. Hand stitched Swarovski diamanté crystal embellished guipure Lace appliqués. Boat neckline, long sleeved jacket. Mirrors high low hemline of the skirt.


Illusion Tulle bodice with Lace appliqués. 3/4 Length sleeves. Double crepe trumpet skirt with central slit and hand stitched appliqué embellishments alone the hem of the cathedral train.


Illusion Tulle bodice with Lace appliqués. 3/4 Length sleeves. Duchesse Satin trumpet skirt with puddle train. Tulle overskirt with Lace appliqués and cathedral train.


Illusion Tulle bodice with Lace appliqués. Cap sleeves. Tulle ballgown skirt with cathedral train.


Fitted sheath strapless gown with ruched empire line bodice. Puddle train. Detachable Tulle Watteau cathedrals train.

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