c14spokesgoth (c14spokesgoth) wrote in gothasfsck,

[C14] Fashion Show Designers

By popular demand, here are the fashion designers who will be featured in the Convergence XIV fashion show!

Clothing and Accessories for Femme Fatales and Decadent Gentlemen. Offering elegant and luxurious Gothic clothing and accessories for men, women, and home since 1994. Including flowing gowns, veils, priest cassocks, frock coats, capes, Victorian and Art Nouveau inspired velvet and lace chokers, custom designs, and many one of a kind items.

Peacock Blue Design Studio
Outrageous accessories and ornamental attire for daring divas and fabulous fashionistas! Their unique pieces are intended for individuals who want to be the center of attention. All of their hats, fascinators, hair accessories, pasties, gloves, masks and wigs are unconventional yet elegant works of wearable art. Everything is exclusively designed and individually made by hand so that each piece is as unique as the person wearing it.

Mange La Mode
An avant garde clothing design label launched in 1981 by Principal Designer benson. The aesthetic and vision of Mange la Mode leads the designer to the use of rich fabrics, classic cuts and flawless draping. The fundamentals of fine tailoring are utilized and then tweaked to fabricate benson’s “couture with a twist.” Always innovative and whimsical, Mange la Mode is a Design House with the miraculous in mind.

DemeTia Clothing
Cybergoth, industrial and fetish clothing and accessories for men and women. *Lectra the Designer and Seamstress, is dedicated to making quality Cyber Industrial clothing.

Ragdoll has been designing, patternmaking, and involved in the scene for over 16 years and has worked with many celebrities and bands. Currently her day job is designing private brand Junior and Young Men's apparel for a Florida based chain of department stores. Backed with degrees in apparel, textiles, and product development she is ready to challenge herself and her contemporaries on a couture level. Her newest collection for Spring 2009 is inspired by Kisaeng tradition and her love for Hanguk pop culture. Not only does she design the clothing, she designs the hair too!
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