The inspiration for this line came from viewing religious paintings with the colors specifically influenced by “La Vista De Toledo”, a painting by El Greco. Colors include those of the sky, the trees and the sand. The garments resemble those portraying the Virgin Mary, with changes made to enable the line to be seductive yet conservative. The belts of the garments are emphasized to illustrate the expectancy of a child. The simple silhouette of the designs was chosen to stress the importance of accessorizing, in order to have a greater impact on the entire look.
- Cowl bodice dress with bare back and collar that ties at either side
- Cowl pleated bodice dress with bare back and belt that wraps around the waist and falls freely in the front
- Empire waist dress, bare back and layered bustle that is snapped at the waist
Empire waist dress with skirt on the bias and pleated on one side
- Empire waist dress with pleated skirt and pieces attached to the shoulders flowing to the back of the garment
- Empire waist dress, with pieces at sides that cross over the body and flow to the back of the garment