Wednesday, 19 November 2014

New Blog and Webpage!

In order to keep all my work organized, I moved to another webpage and blog:

You can follow me there!

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Halloween collection 2014

New Halloween collection, see the news at my etsy shop:

Thursday, 6 February 2014

080 Barcelona Fashion collage

 The last week I went to 080 Barcelona Fashion with my friend Toni, here you can see some of the best pictures that I took there. The first collage shows some of the dresses that were exhibited, the first one is made by a designer and the rest are made by students.
We saw a lot of fashion shows, my favourite one was Nathalie Capell's, she uses a very special and unique way of embroidering in her dresses. The photographs are showed in the next collages:
Finally, you can see some details on our outfits:
Skirt, necklace and earrings: my brand, Narcissique Couture
Corset: Millefleurs
Shirt: Queen of Darkness
Bag: vintage

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Monday, 4 November 2013

Gothic coordinates

I received a Moi-meme-moitié cutsew some time ago and I wanted to make a matching skirt. I love klein blue so I tried to find a similar colour in the fabric store. Finally, I found a very soft gauze fabric that has a very similar colour, and a heavy dark blue fabric with a beautiful velveteen print. Here's the result!

Also, I made a rococo style blouse with a purple tulle lace, here are some coordinate pictures, I hope you like it!


You can see more details of the blouse here:

Wednesday, 2 October 2013

EuroSteamCon Barcelona 2013

Photographs of EuroSteamCon Barcelona 2013
Check the new collections in:



Thursday, 19 September 2013

"Goethe's reader" dress


Photography: Lolo Font
Model: Anneke Necrophyle
MUA: Paula Barjau
Fashion designer: Narcissique Couture
Place: Madame Chocolat
This dress was inspired by Goethe's novel "Werther". This novel was published in 1774 and made such an impact that a lot of readers comitted suicide. If you want to know why, just read the novel! It is difficult to understand nowadays why a book can cause such an impact, but some melancholic people may still understand.
Este vestido fue inspirado por la novela de Goethe "Werther". Fue publicada en 1774 y causó tal impacto que muchos lectores se suicidaron. Si quieres saber por qué, léela! Es difícil entender hoy en día cómo una novela puede provocar algo así, pero puede que algunos melancólicos puedan todavía comprenderlo.
Click on the picture for more details: