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The Fallen Magdalen Concept. Fair Isabel, Poor Simple Isabel. Until sweet Isabella’s untouch’d cheek. To make old prose in modern rhyme more sweet: But Selfishness, Love’s cousin, held not long. In the mid days of autumn. With every morn their love grew tenderer. And so she ever fed it with thin tears. No heart was there in Florence. Business Card.


Inspiration from the

Past

Inspiration from the

Future

Aspiration to the

Perfect

The past is a rich heritage of resource and inspiration for the designer. Isabella is Pre-Raphaelite image that represents the natural world, the feminist ideal in flowing lines and rich colours.

In this collection the design (the painitng) has been updated to appeal to a modern audience. The purpose of the design is to convey the idea of purity of the feminine beauty as a fantasy element and then grounded it in the modern world.

The collection is a joining of past and future fashion, that uses the meaning within Pre-Raphaelite art to aspire to create a perfect symbol of femininity.

The Fallen Magdalen concept and design.

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Past

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Fair Isabel,

poor simple Isabel!

Keeping it simple. The designs were born of simple lines and clear patterns. Page 6.


Until sweet Isabella’s untouch’d cheek Fell sick within the rose’s just domain, Placing the rose tint/graphic of the painting upon the designs.

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To make old prose in modern rhyme more sweet:

Taking an old design and making merry.

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But Selfishness, Love’s cousin, held not long.

Selfishness is Dark, Love is Light.

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In the mid days of autumn, on their eves The breath of Winter comes from far away, Designing for Autumn/Winter.

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With every morn their love grew tenderer, With every eve deeper and tenderer still; With every look and glance, one learns to love.

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Future

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And so she ever fed it with thin tears, Whence thick, and green,and beautiful it grew, With spent time grew beautiful designs.

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Perfect

No heart was there in Florence but did mourn In pity of her love, so overcast. The final curtain.

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Made by Fallen Magdalen fm

Sarah Frankland


Fallen Magdalen Book