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The Moonlight Dress

A little early to be a flapper dress, but the style's similar!

“Captured by Moonlight” was the theme.
1922 was the year.
This is the dress.

Moriah as 1920 model

The Moonlight Dress is another custom design for a WhiteFire Publishing book cover (see the Walks Alone dress here). If you’d like to get a glimpse into the design process, take a look at my Pinterest board. You’ll see images pinned by the publisher, author, and me as we tried to come up with a design that we were all happy with.

dancing the Charleston in a 1920s reproduction dress

My dad took these pictures with Moriah as model. She had some fun with the shoot, as you can see ๐Ÿ™‚ Now the dress is headed to the “real” model who will appear on the book. As soon as I get pictures, I’ll post on the blog!

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6 comments on “The Moonlight Dress

  1. Christine Lindsay
    November 26, 2012

    This is the dress for the front cover of Captured by Moonlight, set in 1922. The book, the sequel to the multi-award-winning Shadowed in Silk will be released by WhiteFire Publishing Feb. 2013.

  2. Mema
    November 26, 2012

    Don’t know which is more stunning….the DRESS or the MODEL:)

    • riahjoy
      November 26, 2012

      Aww… thanks. I’d say it’s a great combination of both that makes it “stunning” ๐Ÿ˜‰
      You did a wonderful job Jordan! It’s amazing to see what came from gathering pictures and sketches, to the fabric draped on the dress-form, to this masterpiece! Bravo!

    • Christine Lindsay
      November 26, 2012

      Definitely both.

    • Jordan
      November 27, 2012

      Thank you!

      I have to agree with you – Moriah makes my work look great!

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