Shape shifter: how dance informs designer Delphine Grandjouan's work
With her first collection of ready-to-wear dresses, Grandjouan champions the timeless arts of fit and form
The award-winning designer Delphine Grandjouan says she always wanted to be a professional dancer. Considering one of her ancestors cavorted around with the famed Isadora Duncan, it’s no surprise that movement has always been central to her work.
Renowned for her beautiful bias cut bridal gowns, the French-born, Kerry-based Grandjouan has recently launched her first ready-to-wear collection of dresses, in which her philosophy of “fit and flow” is ever apparent.
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