The Metaphors of White by Sebastian Gunawan

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An introduction to our new collection – The Metaphors of White by Sebastian Gunawan. Resembling a bride’s purity and innocence, a white paper to a new beginning. His ideas are accentuated here with a touch of satin, silk organza, tulle and everything white. A collection created for the modern generation. Focusing on the silhouette and folds of a quality fabric – sometimes less is more.

The collection that entails gowns that emphasizes the charms of the one wearing; through lining of the body, a touch where one dress is gentle and whimsical, while another is somewhat daring yet polite. A mix and match between fabric and character.

A gentle volume created with layers of tulle fabric, allowing the design to float from the body, completed with embroidery and embellished with pearl-crystal beadings and trimmed laces. Fitted structured corset made into its own piece for people to see, not only as a mere inner-wear. Shades of white and soft tones, carefully chosen to match a range of skin colors -  to make the bride’s skin gleam when worn. By using years of practiced fashion-wear making techniques, to cater the beauty of modernized wedding gowns.

Here our new collection The Metaphors of White by Sebastian Gunawan.