Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Aristocrat Shawl


Presenting a jabot construction of full adjustable elegance contrived by using my most beautifully sculptured ring as a sliding mechanism to contain the massively gathered silk chiffon fabric that fills out this frilly choker with a lavishly thick, yet airily light drop; providing stern contrast between black ruff and silver dragon skull.

Spikey Growings

OpusRelinqueConcepts-2013-10-27With the second Coalescaremonium edition needing a slightly botany-inspired look to its theme, a way of making dark rose branch vectors was devised that could provide the website, flyers, artist-pictures and videos with these Gothic crawlers that that can hug and curl around objects in the fore- or background.

The result makes for a very recognisable effect that will work on all plausible resolutions and might even get some touchable forms during the event itself.

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Easy Extensions

A nice selection of dark plum colored clip-ins to be used as quick on the day alterations to my own hair, with straight, curly, reinforced and clamped variants as well as a set of untouched strands to be styled by myself.


Puzzling Panel


When trying to make maximal use of the little material remaining, dividing the front panel into a conundrum of pieces became the only option; joining leather frame with silk underground to create a natural resource combination that makes mistakes of any kind non-permissible and clarity in marking twice as important.


Delicate Dancer

OpusRelinqueTechnics-2013-10-17Being a first effort at dark combinant Steampunk design, this concept borrows the archetypical look of Cybergoth fashion and transposes it into classically cut couture by representing the modernistic shapes through traditional techniques and materials; forming a composite outfit of detachable pieces that include hotpants, armcovers, legcovers, headband and gilet; all constructed from sequencing folds and pleats as to accommodate vivid fabric flow; with each piece connected to another by straps and buttons, yet individually selfsupporting.

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