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Reverie is my senior collection which celebrates and embodies femininity and creativity. I took inspiration from the freedom land of the 70s and the romanticism of the Regency era to develop a collection to empower wearers with feminine and elegant silhouettes, fabrics, and design features. This collection was extremely playful, using drawstrings, elastic, and gathering to create a bloused and ruched effect. This served as a way to accommodate people of different sizes while also adjusting the style and shape of the garment.

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I began my collection with a mood board (using Photoshop), drawing inspiration from the early 70s and the Regency Era. My muse for this collection was a painting by Alphonse Mucha called Reverie. I was most inspired by the shapes and silhouettes he chose in this painting and wanted to apply elements to each of my designs. 

After conceptualizing and sketching out my ideas, I made tech flats in Adobe Illustrator and created the pattern pieces using Gerber or drafting by hand. Each piece had multiple prototypes before the final runway look. 

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