Well it was made for the Social Media Moms’ event so it may or may not be permanent.
The gown in action sheds a lot of light on the train of the original. It fits to the back after all unlike her other robes.
(many more, scroll through to see them all)
And even more, scroll backwards for images from the meet and greet.
So from the recreation:
The gown is less full but is made from a knit mounted over a more stable fabric. The sleeves have extra details to reflect the original gown (deep wedges/notches at the hem of the front of the sleeves.
The headdress appears all in one and has more sculptural lines on the leather parts.
The collar sits wider, possibly not hooked to the choker, which is what I suspect may be needed.
The choker has a centre front seam.
The fabric is not purple but the lighting was used to make it so- another nod to the original.
The hem of the gown and the train is not as large as the original. Makes sense having just tried to wrangle the back alone….
There are skirt gores and they are similar to the ones in the Game of Thrones Westeros gowns. But narrower! There is a sculpted detail like a tail that covers the top of the gores and appears to go through in the recreation, it appears flatter in the original so may just be butted.
The back has a spine of some sort. Probably to cover a zipper- a good quality metal zipper as per the burlesque corset reblogged the other day 🙂 I’ll attempt a sculpted urethane piece.
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