FWSD 2014 Designer Spotlight | Dulce Alexandra

Posted on: March 17th, 2014 No Comments

Dulce Alexandra

Drawing inspiration from the lavish and intricate details of classic Baroque architecture, Dulce Alexandra seeks to create a cohesive parallel between design which is both elegant and also dramatic, modern and yet classically timeless, simple — yet juxtaposed artistically with an element of ornamental grandeur.  Her love of the Victorian period is more contemporarily and seamlessly integrated into modern fashion when coupled with her passion for designing with a “pop of color”.   Dulce’s vision extends by making a big statement through giving limelight to beautiful details.  It was her love of detail, which internally illuminated her passion for creating couture.  Couture, she’s realized, is a realm of design, which allows her creativity to run freely without worry of encumbrance.  A graduate of the Art Institute of Dallas and known to those around her as an all-around creative soul, Dulce’s design work diversely extends with ease from the confines of women’s wear and graciously envelopes the worlds of men’s accessories, jewelry, women’s couture and children’s wear, which has manifested itself in a line by the name of Duck and England.  I design for the elegant, classic and bold.  And it is in this world of design that I find my voice and am able to weave and marry the realms of stark reality with that which so whimsically resounds inside my limitless dreams

Website | www.dulcealexandra.com

Instagram | duckandengland

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