I've just been watching a BBC version of Jane Austen's Mansfield Park. This photo fits in well with the era.
Wenn ich dieses kleid hätte dürfte es jeden tag regnen..............................XXXm
Regen, Regen, Tröpfchen,fall mir auf mein Köpfchen,fall mir nicht daneben,dass ich lang soll leben!
I would love to wear clothes like that.
I bet the sun had a big smile behind the clouds!
Just like Robyn I would love to wear clothes like that, but the paint splatters and pet hair might ruin the effect! Beautiful as a dream.
That is a GORGEOUS wonder of earthiness...there's a spirit rising out of that frock!
old gordon lightfoot song *rainy day people* comes to mind. and of course catherine on the moors.
oooh.... really beautiful garmentgorgeous fit lovely photo
What a gorgeous collection of subtle colour textures and shapes. You do put them together so well.
you've all been very kind, but seriously the credit goes to Mother Nature - all I did was sew 7 metres of undyed silk into a dress bundle it around a pocketful of windfallen leaves and sling it into a cauldronshe did the rest!
You are so, so talented, the dress looks amazing, can we see a picture of the front please.
can't show you a picture of the front just yet...as that image is destined for a publication in Europebutbe assured I'll show it when i'm able...
Gorgeous !This reminds me of Hussein Chalayan. For his graduation collection at St Martins in 1993, he buried silk clothes in the earth to see how they would decompose. x x x-m-
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Wuthering Heights, definitely!
Gorgeous, beautiful. Most delightful, may it rain more often!
I know the deigns of that era were all pull apart and separate, but how on earth did they keep them clean?
Such a romantic costume; absolutely beautiful.I've just had a day off and spent it reading my new copy of your eco-print book, which is totally inspirational. Thankyou so very much! Julie
This dress is utterly breathtaking...
This dress has blown me away ! it's wonderful , i'd love to photograph these dresses, they're very special . . .
a publication in Europe! I can see why! Look forward to seeing it all!