Pareee? Well...these look fab....graceful, subtle and feminine.
wow! They look spectacular! ...love their organic flow and color....how exciting for you.....
particularly loving the two frocks in the top photothat slashed back piece is totally luscious ..silk velvet, or silk satin perhaps ? in a gorgeous colour.and the other is perfect for a stroll round the garden with mr darcymmmm..all so beautiful.congratulations.
Me...me who never wears dresses...suddenly I have a terrible longing to wear a dress.
I'm trying to find the right words to express what I felt when I saw these dresses together, but it is difficult expressing feelings, they're not just beautiful dresses, there is something more, the feel of nature of Mother Earth being present in each dress.India, after many attempts I got my very first print of an oak leave, and it was such a pleasure to open this bundle! I put a picture of it on my blog.
They are so lovely - not only the colours and the lines, but also that sense of imminent dancing - reminds me of the stones at Callanish
the pattern cutting on these dresses is fantastic . . what a great window.
like a beautiful dream...k.
thanks everybody for the encouraging noisesandwell spotted , r, tis indeed velvet...
beautiful...................you sure gave the parisians something to marvel about.XXXm
Hi IndiaThank you for your lovely comment on my blog. I do like your work very much. I dabble with dyeing. Have been mainly concentrating on experiments with plant dyes and unmordanted fabrics over the past year. It's just a sideline but one that I want to develop more next yearShall add you to my blogroll :o)Have a great weekCarolyn
Sighhhhh.... they are so pretty and I long to feel the fabric. They look soft.
Makes me want to wear more dresses. Thanks for stopping by and joining in the fun - I too am a Sagittarian runner :-)
Gorgeous, rippling with color. Could see live models walking in a meadow, twirling, holding up their skirts, leaping about. India, do you ever use live models for your exhibitions?
Stunning work india, these dresses look wonderful.
What a pleasure to see these being presented by Edelkoort ...and the title...'natural pigments'. Do your divine garments feature in the Bloom magazine India? the name tinctorial got me wondering.S
Like beautiful rusty dreams! How I would love just one to swan around in and feel beautiful, for how could you feel otherwise in such dresses!
still awaiting my copybut have it on good authoritythat my stuff is INexpect loud crowing noises on these pageswhen the edition finally wanders in...
SOOOO Gorgeous!!!!!! my oh my you have the magic touch!!!
amazingly beautiful x