SynsualSyn Sawson for “Claim the Fame”: Week 4 – 1920s

For the third week of Claim the Fame the designers had to create a 1920s attire for male and female and make a description that was read during the TV Show on Metaverse TV. (

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SynsualSyn Sawson: “The 1920’s Garbo Flapper Dress was inspired and designed around Hollywood’s Legendary Screen Actress and Fashion Icon, Gretta Garbo. Oralee Fairey shows you how the plunging neckline and the ornate hand beaded work on the front of the dress draws the eye to the allure of the cleavage and down to the shapely hips. The diaphanous layered skirt floats with every step on the red carpet. This ensemble comes with a feathered headband embellished in jewels.

The Fairbanks was inspired by Douglas Fairbanks the swashbuckling actor, screen writer and producer shown by the dashing Greywolf Fairey. From his Italian silk scarf tucked into his impeccably tailored double breasted suit, he is the epitome of the 1920’s debonair man about town. His hat worn at the 20’s angle of the rakishly devilishly handsome man, so hot he sizzles. Both designed and fitted by SynsualSyn Sawson for Claim to Fame.”

Models: Oralee Fairey & Greywolf Fairey

Photographer: Oralee Fairey

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