Hamda Al Fahim
Spring/ Summer 2013
I have always been a fan on unconventional shapes in fashion. I think what makes this gown so successful is the combination of the colour, the cascade of fabric down one hip and the surface decoration which draws your eye to the curve of her waist.
So today I have decided to do something a bit different. I’m going to share a collection from my favourite designer. I discovered him some time ago and I have followed him closely since then. The surface decoration, the shape, the influence, and the use of lace just speaks to my creativity.
Without further ado may I present the Spring/Summer 2013 Collection of Hamda Al Fahim.
Just walked in from our rehearsal at The Queen’s Gallery. It’s hard to believe that after nearly eight months this event is a little under 48 hours away.
This final year has flown by so quickly and I can promise that once my two models walk out of the dressing room you will find me in a corner crying tears of joy, stress, relief, and a little sadness. It’s been a good three years at this University and I graduate in a few weeks. It’s a terrifying thought. But onwards and upwards my friends, onwards and upwards.
Accession Number: 1885N1536.12
‘… It was intended to exploit the popular feeling of revulsion in Britain caused by the French Revolution…’
© Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery
72 Hours until the event at The Queen’s Gallery (click me to read about that)
21 Days until my Exam
30 Days until my Degree Show
61 Days until Graduation
I can manage this.
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Asked by niceguywithatwistedmind
Thanks so much but I think you are a bit mixed up. Mousseline is a sheer fabric that resembles muslin, often in silk or rayon. Muslin is a loosely-woven cotton fabric. Muslim is an adherent of Islam.
Muslin is a religion only if you are a costumer.