This “Birds of Eden” collection was another love letter from Turkish-born Serkan Cura to the noble craft of feather making. There was a variety of flamboyant shoulder pieces on top of skimpy corset dresses in see-through fabrics. A XXL flower hairpiece descending all the way down to the sleeves was even more sculptural, while delicately woven feather blazers had a contemporary feel. Among the finale numbers was a creamy feather tutu worthy of a 21st-century production of “Swan Lake.”

This “Birds of Eden” collection was another love letter from Turkish-born Serkan Cura to the noble craft of feather making. There was a variety of flamboyant shoulder pieces on top of skimpy corset dresses in see-through fabrics. A XXL flower hairpiece descending all the way down to the sleeves was even more sculptural, while delicately woven feather blazers had a contemporary feel. Among the finale numbers was a creamy feather tutu worthy of a 21st-century production of “Swan Lake.”

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