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Rachel Campbell

BA (HONS) FASHION

REVERIE

Reverie is all about drawing inspiration from the nature around us. From the minute detail such as a single pearl to the largest of trees in our forests. Through this collection, I wanted to portray the feelings and textures one may get when they have surrounded themselves with such naturally beautiful things. Also taking inspiration from Sandro Botticelli and the Renaissance Period in European History. This collection is for people who want to get a sense that nature is being care for but still keeping the luxurious nature of fashion. The loose and floaty silhouette of this collection dares for someone to be expressive with it, to show off the grandeur of how the fabric drapes and falls. The pearlescent glow of the fabrics brings an almost angelic look to the garments when in light which relates back to Renaissance Art and the influence religion had on the people at the time.

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This is the final line-up for the REVERIE collection. It shows a collection of 12 garments that make up 6 outfits.

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Here demonstrates the mood-board for the entire collection. It shows that the collection was inspired heavily by Renaissance art and aspect and texture of nature around me, like the tree and plants.

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An image from the final lookbook. A white dress is paired with a sleeveless jacket that features hand-sewn fabric manipulation that was inspired by the textures found on the bark of trees. And this image relates beautifully to that concept because the fabric manipulation blends well into the tree bark in the background.

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An image from the final lookbook. This image shows the second white dress in the collection and it is paired with a top that also has the same fabric manipulation on it as the jacket but this time is paired with the beautiful gold fabric, the fabric looks extra special.

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An image from the final lookbook. This images shows the first dress, this time worn on its own, to demonstrate the floaty and full skirt that it has.

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