Phantom Silk Dress

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Loose dress with stretch belt effect in front, above Knees Length. Front Printed on silk, and silver fabric made in France. Back Printed heads Liners black on white, printed on Cotton. Sleeveless summer dress. Easy to wear and ideal for size S to L. Light and comfortable. Casual Chic. Artsy Fashion. Hand Drawing and Original Prints

Collector pieces are one of a kind; a unique chance to wear garment made for your individuality. The vision of the label is to give people the opportunity to express their individuality and spontaneity.

Tata Christiane is a transcript of constant day dreaming. A willingness to push the internal boundaries of what should be done or not. A look inside us, a search of freedom, freedom in creation, in being in the world. A constant and relentless exploration of the imagination to enter a dialogue with people and the world.

The unique pieces are made in our studio in Berlin with care, time and pleasure of creativity.

Fitting S/M

Silk & Cotton

Phantom is inspired by Phantom of the Paradise, a 1974 American musical horror film written and directed by Brian De Palma. In the film, a disfigured composer writes his music for a woman he loves so that she will perform his music. However, a record producer betrays him and steals his music to open his rock palace, The Paradise. Betrayed, the composer dons a new appearance and exacts revenge on the producer.

Phantom is also inspired by the poem of Thomas Hardy, The Phantom Horsewoman, 1840-1928: I. Queer are the ways of a man I know: / He comes and stands / In a careworn craze, / And looks at the sands / And the seaward haze / With moveless hands / And face and gaze, / Then turns to go… / And what does he see when he gazes so?

II. They say he sees as an instant thing / More clear than to-day, / A sweet soft scene / That once was in play / By that briny green; / Yes, notes alway / Warm, real, and keen, / What his back years bring— / A phantom of his own figuring.

III. Of this vision of his they might say more:/ Not only there / Does he see this sight, / But everywhere / In his brain–day, night, / As if on the air / It were drawn rose bright– / Yea, far from that shore / Does he carry this vision of heretofore:

IV. A ghost-girl-rider. And though, toil-tried, / He withers daily, / Time touches her not, / But she still rides gaily / In his rapt thought / On that shagged and shaly / Atlantic spot, / And as when first eyed / Draws rein and sings to the swing of the tide.




Printed, White


S, M, L, XL, XXL

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