Airy and flowy, we designed The Alice while having the nostalgic woman in mind, someone who’s dreaming about a time that’s well passed, when entertainment was not dry humping in clubs, but a much more elegant and organised form of group dancing. While we can’t bring back those times, we tried to fill the void with a dress that’s safely wearable today to any formal (or not) gathering. Lost the corset though & replaced it with a wrap closing system, so it fits & flatters all body types.
Psst, wanna know who Alice was?
The daughter of a Kentucky sharecropper, Alice Allison Dunnigan endured poverty, segregation and sexism as she fought to fulfill her dream of becoming a journalist.She went on to become the first black woman accredited to cover the White House.Ms. Dunnigan became the head of the Associated Negro Press Washington Bureau on Jan. 1, 1947. She spent 14 years filing stories printed in 112 African-American newspapers across the country, and broke numerous barriers along the way.