Gallery 2021 – Saule Amangeldi

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"The Beauty of Corals". My garment is inspired by the vibrant colors of healthy coral reefs.

“The Beauty of Corals”. My garment is inspired by the vibrant colors of healthy coral reefs.

I created individual coral polyps by hand gathering multiple layers of organza and tulle in different colors together and embellished it with multicolor glass beads on copper wire to imitate corals.

I created individual coral polyps by hand gathering multiple layers of organza and tulle in different colors together and embellished it with multicolor glass beads on copper wire to imitate corals.
A total of 36 yards of boning and regaline together were used to create the shape that emulates a coral polyp for the overall silhouette.

A total of 36 yards of boning and regaline together were used to create the shape that emulates a coral polyp for the overall silhouette.

It took over 20 yards of different types of fabrics, such as organza, tulle and satin, in multiple colorways all being hand gathered and sewn together to create this look.

It took over 20 yards of different types of fabrics, such as organza, tulle, and satin, in multiple colorways all being hand-gathered and sewn together to create this look.

It is very important to protect coral reefs for a healthy ecosystem. Bleaching damages the growth and reproduction of coral, and can impact other species that depend on the coral communities.

It is very important to protect coral reefs for a healthy ecosystem. Bleaching damages the growth and reproduction of coral, and can impact other species that depend on the coral communities.

By creating this look, I hope that I was able to showcase my design skills and capture the beauty of corals while bringing awareness to the overall issue of coral bleaching.

Meet the Designer

Amangeldi, Saule

Saule Amangeldi

Astana, Kazakhstan
Special Occasion

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Ever since I was a child, I was very passionate about fashion. I remember always drawing, sewing, and being involved in creative activities. From middle school to early high school I was part of a musical ensemble, performing with traditional musical instruments while wearing custom-made traditional clothing alongside famous Kazakh artists on big stages at both national and international scales. I was fascinated by the amount of craftsmanship and beauty in each and every piece of traditional clothing that we wore. I knew that I wanted to pursue fashion as a career. I chose special occasion as my specialization because I wanted to create intricate and beautiful pieces of wearable art. I love how every piece is made special with unique details, enormous amounts of craftsmanship, and creativity. I put my heart and soul into my designs and the end results always bring me so much joy.

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