Daily Archives: July 31, 2007

Afternoon Cocteau

In the past, I have been inspired by impressionist artists to create designs that are evocative of how I feel when I view their art.

Jean Cocteau, while known mostly as a poet, film writer and novelist in later era, also created inspiring works in ceramics and other sculpting mediums, including jewelry.

This latest design is inspired by his unique style and vision in those areas of his artistic expression, and I hope you will enjoy wearing these garments as much as I enjoyed creating them!

The bodice has a jeweled flower on the front – as a nod to Cocteau’s Faune a la Barbiche sculpture and brooch – and matching arm bracers.

The cocktail length flex skirt is flirty and fun and move wonderful as you walk and dance. The underskirt can be mod longer for a classic look sans prims.

This design is available in three colors: Gold/Blue, Gold/Red and Gold/Green at the New Items Walls at Ambergris ~ Deadly Fashions, Knot (208, 62, 81)

(please click the thumbnails for the larger pictures)

Cocteau in Gold/BlueCocteau in Gold/RedCocteau in Gold/Green