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The "Sangrada" gown is a captivating creation inspired by the camouflage identity of underwater creatures. The design ingeniously plays with two-tone fabrics, creating a blended overall tone that mimics the art of disguise seen in marine life. From a distance, the gown seamlessly blends, but up close, it reveals a dramatic difference in fabrics that cleverly come together visually.
The neutral undertone, reminiscent of sand, forms a smooth and elegant base for the gown. This sand-like tone provides a neutral canvas, allowing the gown to adapt to various environments like the ocean floor. The surface of the gown maintains a sleek and polished appearance, creating a sense of refinement.
Above this smooth foundation, layers of fabric with pleating textures come into play. These layers symbolize the adaptability and versatility of underwater creatures, showcasing how they can transform their appearance with different textures. The pleats add depth and dimension, creating a visual interplay that mimics the intricate details of the underwater world.
The concept of fish laying flat at the seabed to blend in and camouflage into flowers and other objects is a poetic touch. It brings a sense of mystery and wonder to the gown, inviting observers to appreciate the artistry of nature and its ability to blend seamlessly into its surroundings.
In summary, the "Sangrada" gown is a visual symphony that celebrates the camouflage strategies of underwater life. It's a wearable masterpiece that not only embodies the beauty of the ocean but also invites wearers to explore the art of blending in and standing out simultaneously.


  • The Sangrada gown features a semi structured bodice with darting over the bust and waist. Which then flares into a dramatic A line skirt with layers of tulle, the pleating detail across the bodice continues on the sleeves and the neckline is finished with a delicate Chantilly scalloping edge lace.  The gown featured extremely detailed and intricate 3d floral motifs which are made of chiffon, organza and embroidery which covers the leaf details and central flower details.

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