For her debut collection, Sabrina Dahan drew upon "summer in Paris" for design inspiration. The collection works to bring Dahan's black and white sketches of the city to life, incorporating Parisian architecture, florals, vines, and touches of black into the gowns. The five designs boast timeless silhouettes and soft, flowing fabrics.
To begin, "Audrey" represents the sketches themselves, with black and white three-dimensional beading in a floral pattern sprinkled from the tank sleeves to the hips. "Chloe," a silk-embroidered tulle A-line dress, is covered in floral and vine embroidery and features an illusion keyhole back. To represent the sparkle of the Eiffel Tower at night, "Elodie" includes an illusion neckline and long sleeves studded with sequins. The brocade and lattice beading that covers the sheer back and bodice of "Marion" represents the intricate architecture of the Eiffel Tower. Finally, flowering vine embroidery delicately crawls up the strapless trumpet gown "Odette." Discover the Parisian-influenced collection in the slideshow above!
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