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‘Morph’ not only features a caterpillar’s ability to protect itself with sensitive hairs covering its body, which sense the surrounding environment and can be poisonous, but also exhibits the insect’s ability to change into a butterfly. The dress within this ensemble is constructed of two layers, connected by the lining, with curved style lines, which intersect to portray the change from caterpillar to butterfly.

The jacket shell is made of a mustard 100% boiled wool, while the accent material is a hunter green 100% faux fur. The dress self fabric is a red 100% wool suiting. The accent fabrics are a printed 100% Italian cotton and a mustard 100% boiled wool. The lining is 100% polyester.

Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Mar 10 2016


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