CLAIRE Pettibone is a designer who knows what how to make clothes look casual but perfect. She designed clothes that not only look amazing, but also convenient dab nonrestriktif that make you look and feel wonderful. One of the latest work is the wedding dress worn Priscilla Chan, the wife of the inventor of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg.
“When designing a collection, I tried to make a woman feel special just like the clothes she wears. Took it to a time and place where women feel like a princess and goddess,” says Pettibone in his personal website. Pettibone spent his childhood in rural New York edge.
She lived in a farmhouse style of the 19th century. As an only child, most of the time Pettibone spent exploring the river and the woods, picking wild raspberries, and dream. “Among the trees ferns and wildflowers, it’s easy to imagine and believe in a world of fairies and magical castles. Some of my earliest pictures are of girls and bridal dresses beautifully complicated,” she said.
Both parents Of Pettibone is a professional artist, so he was familiar with the galleries and museums that encourage creativity. Pettibone also studied classical ballet for many years. So it’s the stories and costumes from the ballet continues to influence her ideas in an elegant fashion design.
At adolescence, Pettibone began to express their creativity in European Vogue. She completed his studies fashion design at Otis Parsons School of Design in Los Angeles and that’s where her career began. “I’ve always wanted to create a feminine and beautiful clothes using the best fabrics to combine the feeling of vintage with modern style,” she said.
In 1994, she began designed clothing with the support of the husband, Guy Toley. Now, many collections have been aligned in the best boutiques in the world. “I have a very romantic vision of how fashion can enhance the beauty and pampering our dreams. I invite you to share that dream,” she said.