Monday, November 21, 2005


Here is an example of my work. This is a pullover shirt made of a soft stretch 'suede' fabric. The shirt is composed of two main pieces, the back and sleeves are one and the contrasting front. I cut it on the bias, giving that extra draped softness to it. The elimination of seams add to the relaxed ease. Again these are some of the principles I learned in studying Halston's work.

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