Shooting across the vast night sky, the ancient Greek moon goddess is lighting the dark. She was considered the personification of the moon, riding across the skies in her chariot, transforming the bright day into silvery night.
Inspired by these stories, this dress was born. It is made from the softest cotton gauze, cloaking you in the darkest sky. And there are pockets to collect all the stars in. The neckline resembles the silhouette of the moon, accentuated with silver buttons and a tiny chain.
The air, unlit before, glows with the light of her golden crown, and her rays beam clear…
Homer’s Hymn to Selene