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Dress ID: R/L19-861

Designer: Feeling Mathieu Caron

Original Retail Price: Unknown

Purchase Price: $4,600

Rental Price: N/A

Dress Type: Rhythm/Latin

Size: 6-8-10

Cup Size: C-D-DD

Height Req: None

Expiration Date: 9/1/24

Accessories: Earrings (Pierced)

Metro Center

This luxurious, Feeling Mathieu Caron dress, evokes all sorts of feelings. The main one being a need this dress now type of feeling! Firstly, the Rhythm Latin dress is made using a lustrous stretch fabric in nude. The dress is form fitting, with an hour glass shape. Additional features of the dress include long sleeves with finger loops, a scoop neckline on the front, and a plunging v-neckline on the back. The hem of the dress is different on each side of the dress. The front is in an m shape, while the back has a round hem. Lastly, this dress has built-in bra cups and a bodysuit.

This Feeling Mathieu Caron dress is all about the shiny crystals! The background is a nude, and acts as a clean palette to give total attention to the stonework on the dress. High end European crystals form intricate line work in Cobalt and Capri Blue. They create rows, intersecting, and weaving here and there, with a diamond shape as the center focal point. Due to this, we drew up the dress name, Metro Center. Furthermore, the hem of the dress has blue beaded fringe, as well as rows of crystals. This adds wonderful movement to the dress. Finally, the dress has a pair of earrings made with premium crystals for its accessories.

Striking stripes, except these aren’t just regular stripes. These stripes form intricate line work, like roads intersecting or like the desktop background where the lines never stop. This form of stripes is more thoughtful, provocative, and aesthetically interesting. Modern Fashion Designer, Guo Pei does an excellent job using stripes in a new way. Her Fall 2018 line was inspired by Romanesque, Gothic, and Neoclassic Architecture. She creates structural 3-D printed garments that look like architectural sketches of buildings rather than pieces of clothing.