Friday, March 2, 2018

Fashion Meets Art and Spins a Faery Tale...

Even though I've already shown you dresses lowered into the Dead Sea...
these gowns surprised the wardrobe out of me.
French creator Sylvie Facon sews dresses with such beautiful fabrics and attention to detail, they would steal any catwalk.
Facon even crafted one of her outfits from the spines of old texts. She worked on the dress with costume designer Morgane E. Grosdemange, and the steampunk-inspired garment highlights the incredible versatility of Facon’s skills.

The Book Dress
 Scroll down to check the clothes even Cinderella would envy and let me know what you think about them in the comments.

The Violin Dress

 The Knight Dress, an interpretation of a painting by Didier Graffet

Floral Garden Dresses
 The Opera d'Arte Dress
...and a few final exquisite works of fashion art inspired by faery tale princesses by the stunningly talented Sylvie Facon
 The spider web inset in this bodice is the ideal faery tale detail!
I suppose every faery tale needs a happily ever after at the end!

 And like every good runway show, the finale brings The Bridal Gowns

Be sure to visit all the other participants this week at

Now, go make something beautiful!
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(¸.•´♥ Tristan ♥  
 A full fashion show from Sylvie Facon in Paris
Grab a cuppa and sit back and ooh and aah!


Jackie PN said...

you do have the best posts!
WOW! I do believe my favorites are the garden gowns and the spider webbing one! But i have to say, I wish the off the should gown was around when I bought my wedding dress! I love the non white and the absolute femininity of that dress! Stunning indeed!!
Happy Saturday my friend! Hope your weekend will be as fun as mine...Sherie is landing here today till Tuesday and we are going to play dolls!heehee
Jackie xoxo

Jeanie said...

These are such so creative -- very whimsical. I loved the idea of the book gown though I wonder how comfy it is! The webbing -- wonderful. Oh, they all are. Hope Dolly didn't disappoint -- the reviews were great!

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peggy gatto said...

What a fabulous Runway!!! Makes me wish I could sew!

Createology said...

Be still my beating heart. The divine talents of the creator of these dresses is beyond words. Stunning and sew very amazing. <3