Working To Help Those Affected In Our Community
100 % of mask sales will be donated. Thank you for the support!
In this two part video segment, Alan takes us through his thoughts for last collection. Inspired by the global pandemic, gloves have been sewn directly into the garments to help remind users of cross contamination and leave only one hand for use. His signature black flat top hat has been turned into a face shield by adding a hand sewn clear element, but staying fashion forward. And his signature ponchos now come with a matching face mask.
Who Can Wear These Masks?
Though everyone looks amazing in an Alantude mask, these are specifically designed for those that are not at the front line or critically ill. These masks have been built with fashion in mind. They are mostly meant for the general public that is healthy and having to run minimal errands during these lock down times. This can protect you better than walking out with a bare face, but are not as effective as a certified N95 mask. Help stop the spread, wear an Alantude mask and leave the N95 ones for the medical professionals in need.
I've known Maddie since her 15 birthday party and her family has become part of mine ever since. Making her dress for prom was such an exciting experience. It has a knit underlay that makes it comfortable to move and dance in (something everyone wants at prom.) Mostly black but has the godets on the bottom of the dress with a champagne underlay that makes the black sequin fabric design pop. The corset is a separate piece, which gives her the option to remove it when in the car or when she wants more freedom to move. With the champagne underlay on that as well, the corset really adds the character this dress needed.
I've known Idiana for a very long time. I've seen her grow into the beauty that we all know today. It was more than a pleasure to put her in one of my creations. I loved her openness to my vision. She was so trusting that when I mentioned the top would be a sheer chiffon she told her principal that she would be wearing a see-thru top to prom. You can imagine the talk I had to have with her disscussing that there would be a sequin top under the dress to match. It was so exciting to play with silhouttes and lines on this dress. One of my favorite shoots since I dragged the team to Galveston past 9pm to shoot these photos. We were greeted with jumping fish, men sleeping on the beach, and giant rats. It was definately an adventure.
10 yards fill the bottom of this dress. As you walk into the night with this "beauregarde" gown you will be swimming in silk chiffon. The top has been hand draped and fully lined. With the triangular cut out in the front it becomes just enough to call attention but still elegant enough that you can walk down the red carpet with full confidence.
Model: Kathia Lopez
This dress was made specifically for Zulema’s prom. It has a hand cut lace that starts at the chest and finishes in the back. Inspired by the umbrella wasp’s wings when closed, this gown falls in the back to form beautiful “wings” of cotton and lace. Finished with three godets at the bottom, this dress is truly an Alate original.