Dunjan Messer Jourdan, designer of Late At The Met, brings an old-fashion style to modern day fashion. An early interest in design lead her to collecting exotic fabrics from Japan and traveling Asia for their influence in design, culture and the richness of different fabrics and designs.
Every Late At The Met piece is draped and handmade on a mannequin in New York City, sculpted to flatter the body with a sense of lightness, whimsy, and ease. Here are some of our favorite pieces from her collection!'
Models: Annoula Dritsas, Malissa Dean and Danie
Photographers: Anooba Images, Imagine’at Photography