Balenciaga’s Marvels of Form - The Bride’s Dress, The Cape Dress: All Bias Ovals photographed by David Bailey for Vogue, July 1967
Eiko Ishioka’s costume designs for Bram Stoker’s Dracula (dir. Francis Ford Coppola, 1992)
Wedding gown designed by Eiko Ishioka for Bram Stoker’s Dracula
'It's a somewhat strange concept, but I loved the look of the Australian collared lizard and felt that it was a fitting image for a woman who had become a vampire. I had never once thought of designing a traditional wedding dress anyway, and when the lizard idea came to me I fashioned a cape, made completely of embroidered lace, based on this idea. Lucy's dress, loaded with embroidery, was created from a stiff net base upon which the dressmakers embroidered my design - all by hand, of course.'
- Eiko On Stage
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