Way back before the dawn of addams Rebecca Guyer said she'd like to be turned into a dress like Katerina N. I said, "Of course, but there are certain fees etc." She persisted. Finally, my will broken I emerged from the rubble and created.....the House of Rebecca.....voila!

from the bylaws and statement of purpose:

The House of Rebecca believes in fully sustainable fashions that keep transforming themselves until you gett pretty darn sick of them. Made of sewable non-toxic waste materials, each dress is "harvested" from the great Smokey Mountain in Manila by trained specialists who are paid the minimum wage of North Caulkingshire, a tony suburb of Bracknall Glen.

Thank you, Rebecca

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Comment by DKULT on March 2, 2014 at 3:06pm

I bet we see these beauties on the red carpet tonight, as this was leaked to the public.  David--your design skills are current, pointy (as opposed to edgy), wearable, and versatile. I could see this going from day to night, night to day and back.  Does  it have an option to make this go from modest to micromini?

Comment by De Villo Sloan on March 2, 2014 at 12:31pm

Trashpo Treason, IMHO.

Comment by Rebecca Guyver on March 2, 2014 at 12:22pm

It feels a little odd to favourite my own line, but I guess that's what these fashion magnates do, so I'd better get used to it.  DKult apparel is clearly the next step and to be honest, orange cassock type clothing doesn't feel like the direction DKulters would naturally gravitate. and we want to take this beyond the core of DKULT anyway, don't we? Just because we're a KULT doesn't mean we need to wear clothes like all other cults. I've always been partial to purple cowboy boots, so we will need a shoe line to compliment things. Does anyone have any contacts there? David, you are definately on the right track. If I send you a few more samples do you think we can move forward with production soon? How big is the supply of approriate plastic.  Oh I have so many questions… Vizma, this is a little delicate, but do you think David's stye is revealing enough?  Would really appreciate your thoughts on this.  DVS.  I will, of course, confer with other DKULTers before taking things to scale.

Comment by De Villo Sloan on March 2, 2014 at 11:52am

I suppose Rebecca's fused plastic process would be used for something like this eventually, and it's beautiful. But she shares development of the trashquilting process with a number of others - Neil Gordon for one. In other words, the DKulters are going to want a piece of this.

Comment by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) on March 2, 2014 at 10:08am

What a fantastic stitchery by Rebecca and 

what a great fashion-line you made , David!

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