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CD Greene’s designs have been transforming women for over a decade, fusing exquisite fabric and technology to create haute couture perfection. With a woman’s innate sensuality at the core of each design, CD Greene sculpts his dresses for effortless comfort allowing each piece to effortlessly flow and drape around the body. Modern day innovation and old world glamour converge in CD Greene’s creations, allowing them to remain timeless and transcend generations and fleeting design fads.
Always fascinated with and inspired by art, CD Greene pursued painting, sculpture and graphic art at the prestigious Art Institute of Chicago. His foundation in sculpting is evident throughout his designs as he focuses on form, asymmetrical balance and texture. Signature designs sculpted with mirrors and crystal have made CD Greene a favorite amongst Hollywood royalty and music divas alike.
“It is a wonderful experience to see an idea evolve from a sketch to a garment. I especially enjoy draping and revel in the whole process from beginning to end,”
Each CD Greene design starts with a personal appointment with his customer. Pencil and sketch pad in hand, Greene fastidiously notes the detail of each woman’s shape and form with all the prowess of a master craftsman. Greene shuns plunging necklines and deep slits in favor of subtle yet sensuous cutouts at the hip and side, veiling the legs in sheer fabric and offering subtle glimpses of the back and shoulders.
Opulence by Elaine Jackson fashion show production is about "Self Empowerment". The fashion show allows men, women and children of all ages and sizes to show that they are beautiful and confident. The fashion show is a fun experience for both the models and audience and is done with style. Join us for live entertainment, fun, fashion and empowerment.
Vendors will be present during intermission for purchases of clothing, accessories, and other products. Most accept cash only.
Some of the proceeds from the show will be donated to local Veterans, Domestic Violence Against Women and Children organizations, and the Austin Foundation.
Will you find a Mini Fashion Statement in your pocket this April?
As the world remembers the Rana Plaza disaster on 24 April, the Craftivist Collective will be launching a new craftivism kit to make and gently challenge people to think about how their clothing is made.
The collapse of a Bangladeshi factory in 2013 saw 1,138 garment workers killed and over 2,500 injured. There had been signs of structural failure the previous day, but workers were ordered to return to work regardless.
The Mini Fashion Statements kit is being launched in support of Fashion Revolution, a global movement born in the wake of the disaster, which calls for greater transparency, sustainability and ethics in the fashion industry.
The kit feature small scrolls on which makers all over the world are encouraged to write – slowly and in their neatest handwriting on their own or in groups – one of three provocative but not preachy messages designed to get both writer and reader thinking about the true cost of fashion and inspire them to play their part in improving the ugly side of the industry.
Shop-droppers not shop-lifters
The finished scrolls, tied with a pretty bow and featuring an invitation to “please open me”, a smiley face and a kiss, can then be ‘shop-dropped’ into the pockets of garments in fashion stores, or clothes worn by family, friends and colleagues.
This deliberately non-confrontational form of ‘guerilla activism’ using handcrafts is a designed as an alternative to some the more traditional aggressive types of activism.
Sarah Corbett, founder of the Craftivist Collective, said: “We help people learn the art of ‘gentle protest’. We want every part of the fashion industry to be beautiful, not just the clothes. Our pocket-sized scrolls are powerful and poignant little reminders of the role we can play as consumers. They’re designed to make us think about how the clothes we buy and wear are made, and how we might be able to help tackle problems like poor conditions for workers or the use of materials that are damaging to the environment.”
Orsola de Castro, co-founder and Creative Director of Fashion Revolution, said: “We want to unite the fashion industry and ignite a revolution to radically change the way our clothes are sourced, produced and purchased, so that what the world wears has been made in a safe, clean and fair way.
“The Craftivist Collective’s Mini Fashion Statements are a really simple, fun and creative way to be part of the Fashion Revolution. Made with love and placed into a pocket on a store’s clothes rail, they surprise shoppers with a message that reminds us to be more curious about our clothes.
“They may be small, but they have the power to make shoppers stop and consider the people who make our clothes, their working conditions and human rights issues. This shows that activism doesn’t need to shout from the rooftops, it can gently provoke from our pockets!”
The Mini Fashion Statement kits were pioneered by Sarah during workshops at Stockholm Fashion Week and Helsinki Design Week, and are the first non-stitched Craftivist Collective project. Sarah will be holding further workshops in London and Lincoln in early April to introduce people to the kits and teach them how to do ‘shop drops’ to distribute their mini fashion statements.
[Subhead:] Editor’s notes
CRAFTIVIST COLLECTIVE: Founded in 2009, the Craftivist Collective produces projects, products and kits to help individuals and groups across the globe change the world one stitch (or sentence) at a time using slow, gentle, beautiful activism. You can find out more at www.craftivist-collective.com
FASHION REVOLUTION: Fashion Revolution is a global movement calling for greater transparency, sustainability and ethics in the fashion industry. Fashion Revolution Week runs from 24-30 April 2017. For more information visit www.fashionrevolution.org
RESOURCES / CONTACT: Logos and product imagery, as well as quotes and interview opportunities, are available on request – please email email@example.com.
MINI FASHION STATEMENT KITS: Each kit features: a roll of high quality scrolls, each with an embossed Craftivist Collective logo; three different colours of ribbon (enough for 10 scrolls) to help make your messages stand out; ‘Crafterthought’ questions to reflect on as you write; two small free gifts; tips and message templates. They will available from 24 April at <a href=www.craftivist-collective.com/shop.
EVENT: Hackney, London: Thursday 6th April, Showroom Studio, 6.30-8pm. £10 You will learn the art of gentle protest, create beautiful small fashion statements supporting the organisation Fashion Revolution to put into the world as catalysts for change and practice the skill of shopdropping (the opposite of shoplifting).
Normal Is Good aspires to be a designer clothing brand posed to eliminate the purse by the use of pockets. This set of designs is a first
proposal experimenting with possible solutions for the space needs load those daily objects that we carry for each occasion.
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