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Every Dress Has A Story To Tell
Gary Graham produces small-batch collections of exquisitely rendered women’s clothing using custom jacquards and rare antique textiles. Each garment is informed by dreams, history, and mysterious stories.
Available exclusively at the GaryGraham422 online store
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hand silk screened linen and cotton bodice with 100% cotton black skirt
part of the arena 15 film and narrative noted as "the army"
each dress is one of a kind due to the silk screen treatment and placement of the print onto the bodice patterns.
each bodice is cut one at a time and numbered as part of a limited edition
can be styled over crinoline dress
printed and made in new york
high point shoulder to waist 16.5"
high point shoulder to hem 44"
high point shoulder to waist 17"
high point shoulder to hem 45"
high point shoulder to waist 17.5"
high point shoulder to hem 46"
high point shoulder to waist 18"
high point shoulder to hem 47"
arena 15 elected leader gown
french brocades from the 1920's in silk and metallic thread combined
with 100% silk moire from italy
as featured in arena 15 film
one of one
strapless with boned bodice
made in franklin, ny
top of bodice at center front to waist 9"
waist to hem at side 40"
please email customer service with any questions regarding fit.
Read Gary's Journal
Gary shares his process and inspiration in his journal entries. A glimpse into the artistry and craftsmanship that goes into every piece of the GaryGraham422 line.
Let It BleedI have developed a flow blue print inspired by Sean's transferware collection of blurred and bleeding blue motifs. These will be available in July....
Pepacton ReservoirSince living up here in the Catskills, the Pepacton Reservoir has always been a place of mystery for me-especially driving around it at night witho...
antique jacquard bomber jacketswe made these bomber jackets patching two antique jacquard samples together. They were sourced from a woman whose grandmother was a fabric represen...