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Dress ID: S/S13-436

Designer: Chrisanne

Original Retail Price: Unknown

Purchase Price: $3,400

Rental Price: $350

Dress Type: Smooth

Size: 4-6-8

Cup Size: B-C-D

Height Req: 5'5" - 5'8"

Expiration Date: 01/01/2021

Accessories: None

 

 

Lunar Explosion

Lunar explosion, a gorgeous black Smooth ballroom dress, that is also a rental! Firstly, the dress has a v-neckline on the front of the dress. In contrast, the back has a deep plunging neckline that creates an open back. A lustrous satin-like fabric forms gentle gathers over the bust. A stretch black mesh lined with a nude fabric creates the bodice of the dress. The skirt then switches back to the lustrous black fabric to make the skirt of the dress. The front of the dress has a flirty slit to show off a little leg. Lastly, the dress has built-in bra cups and a bodysuit.

The embellishments on this stunning Smooth ballroom dress is why it is named, Lunar Explosion. To begin, specialty large AB Swarovski crystals in a teardrop shape, join together to create a large start. From there, several AB Swarovski crystals form rows, making it look as if a story is exploding in all of its elegance. These celestial motifs adorn the bust, as well as the middle of the hips on the front and back of the dress. They shine bright and create the stunning focal points on the dress. Similarly, Jet (black) Swarovski stones sparkle on the black mesh that makes the bodice of the dress. The best thing about this chic black dress, is it is both a Purchase and Rental!

To the moon and back! Many designers find inspiration from out of this world. Iris Van Herpen is infamous for using 3d printing and unique materials that push designs to the edge. Her 2019 couture collection was partly based on a 17th century star atlas titled, Harmonia Macrocosmica. A stunning collection of celestial cartography made into wearable space art, from futuristic organza dresses to 3d printed constellations. She even collaborated with a former Nasa engineer to create her collection.