Satin Goddess ; the Bias Cut Wedding Gown

Satin cut on the bias ripples down a woman’s body like a caress by moonlight in summer . And when that silk satin is cut by a master’s hand , it flows like quicksilver . Designers Jim Pope and Lana Lowon have been perfecting their craft  , and refining the fine art of making  bias cut wedding gowns for  years as the reigning couple of downtown Toronto hip couture.

Their  gowns are  sleek enchantments ; transforming the wearer into a goddess from a glamourous  and mysterious past. Timeless , yet  very modern , they are simplicity taken to a place of  perfection . Opulent in their understated , sculptural elegance they are  created in their atelier  in Toronto’s Liberty Village  with the best  and most luxurious fine fabrics . Only silk can ripple down a body’s curves with such a gentle  flow  and give such a tactile kiss and caress to a woman’s skin .

Beautiful newly wed  Toronto model , Tara  Fox , wearing one of their signature masterpieces is coolness and perfection herself . Draped in silk satin rose embossed  brocade , holding her sweeping bias cut train , she  stands  tall in her sculptural beauty as if she were a living Goddess , and glows  as if from an enchanted world ,  in these Bridal Portraits .

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About Natasha Von Art and Photography

An impassioned artist, sculptor, designer and photographer, I combine painting and photography with a visionary astrological eye. View all posts by Natasha Von Art and Photography

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