Woman Sundress "#DROID 1"
#DROID was the title of this color block collection personifying the cultural dynamic of SF - Vintage shops and tech. Color blocking was a prevalent trend in the '70s, and one thing I found interesting living in SF were the cool vintage shops and thrift seeking consumers. Though SF is known for its technology and high price rent space, there's a niche community that still sustains the traditional '70s flower power subculture. I got inspired creativity by the ambiance and wanted to make something that appeals to that era but modify it to be modern. Thinking deeper the color choice and design are to represent a computer with the color side being the screen and the back is the hardware.
What's clever is the city size being 7 x 7 having seven styles and using seven colors from my #DROID collection. The design is a flared sundress with interesting princess seams throughout the look. The fabric is a sustainable organic hemp and cotton blend. The touch is very soft and a great dress to wear for summer. Another must-have! With seven colors to show, there're countless ways you can accessorize.
About This Garment -
(See video) This style comes in a different array of color positioning. This is with artistic intent wanting to apply a unique experience for the buyer. It is to give the value of each style appearing one of a kind for the owner. Unfortunately, one can't decide what color block they'll receive.
- Preferred Care: Dry clean only to prevent color transfer.
- Alternative: Fabric can be machine washed but since the process was hand dyed, a color transfer may occur.
- If you wish to machine cycle, wash with cold water and delicate drying with no heat or hang dry for best results.