Monday, March 24, 2014

women of the St. Isabella Island

This dress you get near a beautiful exposition from Indea Vaher. The art in this exhibit profiles the women of the fictional St. Isabella Island (inspired by its RL counterpart a barrier Sea Island, located off the coast of the USA); because of its proximity St. Isabella Island has been preserved from assimilation for over a hundred years. The islanders speak with a distinct Creole blend of Elizabethan English and African languages, which was born of necessity on Africa's Slave Coast.
The exposition is very colorful. Same colors from the dress are on the paintings.
I don't know how long you can pick up the dress outside the entrance of the building, the art gallery from Paris Metro. So run.

Skirt and top: Paris Metro Couture - Paris METRO Couture: Artist Series Indea Vaher Dress+Hat (free)
Pictures made at: Pretty Island

Bye bye, Nic

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