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WONDERLAND

Intense geometry meets an organic flow of small feminine touches. 

"You have to get through the rain if you ever want to

see the rainbow" (Karen White)

In the classic story, Alice in Wonderland, Alice is met with many trials before she is introduced to the unconventional place that is Wonderland. 

Met with unordinary obstacles 

such as changing drastically in size and struggling to fit through a very signifiant doorway, she must battle her way to Wonderland. 

These three ready-to-wear pieces symbolize Alice's pre adventure to Wonderland-from the eerie halls and doorway to the envious hope and curiousity of Alice Little. The fierce combination of feminine power and the organic beauty in femininity, is presented through the use of juxtaposed elements.