The designer’s “Junon” gown, along with its sister design, “Venus,” represents the pinnacle of his creativity. Named in honour of the Roman goddess of marriage and fertility, “Junon” is formed from diaphanous layers of silk tulle, with glittering sequin embroidery on curved skirt flounces meant to evoke the feathers of the goddess’s favourite bird, the peacock.
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