New York’s Emily Zausber, who has worked on several projects by Gilded Clothing and other brands, has taken to the pages of this magazine to talk about the work of those who made their garments.
For one, she talked about how she and her friends got involved in the Mormon Wedding Dress Movement in 2015.
She and a group of friends started an online campaign to get their work into the hands of the Mormon community.
As a result, the women are now starting to produce their own pieces.
Zausber said she thinks her “Mormons Wedding Dress” campaign has already raised $500,000 in donations.
And she said her experience working on the project has been rewarding.
“I love the process,” she said.
“We’ve been working on it for about two years, and we’re getting close to our goal of making 10 dresses.””
The project is also getting some international attention. “
We’ve been working on it for about two years, and we’re getting close to our goal of making 10 dresses.”
The project is also getting some international attention.
On Monday, New York Fashion Week announced it will be featuring the garments for the first time at its fall show, which will be held on October 22.
The Gilded Clothies, a company founded by Zausberger and other Mormons, have also launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise money to produce the garments.
It’s looking for $15,000.
Some of the garments featured in this year’s show include one made from a faux fur coat, another with an iron-on, and a pair of leggings with a lace overlay.
Zausberg and her fellow designers also created a collaboration dress, with an “iron-on” fabric and a silk-screened applique skirt, which is a more traditional dress.
A pair of the dresses also come with an array of custom jewelry, including an engagement ring and two rings each valued at $150.
In the future, the designer said she plans to create a series of custom pieces that are more unique to each client, and the dresses can be personalized for each client.
You can also expect to see some new pieces from Zausberg in the coming weeks.
Follow Emily Zucber on Twitter: @emilyzucber