Screen-printed white skulls on black t-shirts with fabric bows.
This garment features a picture of the building “Aqua” located in downtown Chicago. This skyscraper was designed by Jeanne Gang, making “Aqua” the tallest building in the world to have a woman as the lead architect.
This outfit is made up of a shirt and skirt. The shirt is made out of pop tabs and fastens in the back with a zipper. The bustled skirt is held up with a tie in the front, with an uneven hemline: high in the front, and low in the back.
A slouchy hat made with two skeins of yarn in single crochet and puff stitch.
This is the “White Queen” dress and jacket from the collection Alice in Wonderland.
The sleeveless dress simply slips on, while the jacket laces up in the front.
This is the “Mad Hatter” outfit from the Alice in Wonderland collection.
It consists of flared pants, a corset, a jacket, two sleeves, and a hat (not visible). The jacket closure consists of a hook and eye in the front, the corset laces up in the back, and the sleeves are held up by elastic in a casing.
This garment is the “Cheshire Cat” dress from the collection Alice in Wonderland.
The dress is made out of stretch knit, and has a zipper in the back to keep it on. The top part of the dress is made out of a series of straps.
This garment is the “Alice” dress from the Alice in Wonderland collection.
A halter top and a zipper hold the dress on the model. Godets are inserted in the back, each representing another character from the collection.
This garment is the “Jabberwocky” dress from the Alice in Wonderland collection.
The mermaid-style dress is held up by a hook and eye located on the halter top in the back of the neck. A zipper in the back is added to allow the dress to be taken on and off.
This is the “Red Queen” garment from the Alice in Wonderland collection.
This garment consists of a red plaid heart shape on a black corset, a red and black striped skirt with a large slit on the side, and a pair of red shorts. The corset is laced up in the back and the shorts have a front zipper, while the skirt requires only a clasp to keep it on.