This was from the first show Paul Hardy did in LA. It was nothing short of a miracle to show there, he says, and the collection was inspired by a miracle. His first write up in WWD was a result of this collection.
This crinkle tulle gown is a perfect example of Joeffer Caoc’s design style; the meticulous fit and tailoring of the bodice provides a striking contrast to the organic crinkled and tucked organza layers which actually developed accidentally as the design was nearing completion.
Spring 2001: Stripe chiffon Daria dress Joeffer Caoc
Inventive, carefully engineered construction is seen in this silk chiffon dress. The slip supports the outer layers of the dress which consist of a 5 separate triangles cut from the same pattern piece. A beautiful multi-directional striped effect is achieved by layering the triangular fabric pieces.
This silk organza blouse is a good example of Joeffer Caoc’s passion for unconventional seaming designed to flatter the female form. These multi-seamed pieces are a signature look throughout the Joeffer Caoc collections.
This dress is what made Wayne Clark a star! It was created for a Canadian Fashion Association showcase, where he was invited to participate as an associate designer to include two gowns. After this dress, he became a full fledged member of the CFA.
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