Victoria Tarallo



Dessin de Ruban embraces the free flowing movement of ribbon and uses it as a means of expression. This collection was inspired by victorian interiors, porcelain dolls, voluminous silhouettes, as well as vintage lingerie. Aspects of each of these elements were carefully interpreted and translated through material producing heavily decorated, airy garments that give off innocent elegance and sex appeal.
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The final collection utilizes unconventional use of ribbon, trims, bold and muted tones, and silhouette tell a story that explores concepts of femininity, innocence, sexual liberation, and the dichotomy between the three.
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Victoria Tarallo is a 2023 BFA Parsons School of Fashion graduate, who has interned at LoveShack Fancy and Narciso Rodriguez. She is a womenswear designer with a focus on materiality. Some of this materiality experience includes creating different embellishments with ribbons and trims as well as experience designing knitwear. Her BFA thesis collection explores ideas of femininity, innocence, and sexuality and strongly utilizes ribbons and trims.