Feminine and sexy. One of my most desired balances.
Of course I had to add a little edge with my leather harness.
I always have to put an unexpected twist to my outfits!
One of the many perks of being an editor for Seneca & Spruce is the opportunity to shoot and play with beautiful designs from upcoming designers like this dress from
Bri Seeley's latest collection, Chrysalis.
Learn more about Bri Seeley here.
Something that I think deserves more light is the organization and
thought process that goes into creating a cohesive line.
By cohesive I mean every piece is completely unique to itself,
but if you look at at the designers collection mixed in with
a few similar pieces you can still distinguish the line from the rest(I hope that makes sense).
What I think I'm trying to say is
I can really appreciate a designer's line as a whole if there is a clear overlying theme
throughout the collection, yet each piece is identically it's known.
One field I have not dabbled in is apparel design.
So it always fascinates me to meet designers that have created things that I absolutely love.
With so many designers and brands on the market, it's really rare for me to be like
"wait, omg I actually REALLY like this".
And to know someone was able to create something to spark my interest is
awesome but kinda creepy.
Yes, a designer might just have great taste, but to be able to
connect and relate an interest/feeling
through a piece of clothing is truly amazing.
This dress + a few other pieces from
Bri Seeley's 'Chrysalis' collection are
Philip Lim For Target
Basic Ankle Strap Heel