Heather Jones Bull's Eye Dress

  • $376.00


Hand painted,loose fitted silk chiffon dress (back ground colour aqua) ,long flair sleeves with string bow on one shoulder. Body fitted spandex under dress,with scoop neck and arm holes. Hand painted the bulls eye patten.

Material: Hand painted silk chiffon and spandex and cotton underdress

Made In: Trinidad and Tobago

Shipped From: Trinidad and Tobago

Lead Time: 5 - 7 Days

About the Designer:

Heather has now become an icon in the fashion industry. She has taken fashion from an Idea into the global marketplace – endorsing her evolution with her recent claim to glory when she won the National Awards of Trinidad and Tobago Chaconia Gold Medal in 2009 for her contribution to fashion, International Prêt a Porter Style Award, at Fashion Week of the Americas 2002, which was hosted in South Beach Miami. Her main asset is her creative ability or her Idea, which is a continuous flow of new knowledge that has unique economic qualities. Once the cost of developing an innovation has been incurred, this Idea can be used on a continuous basis and in this situation evolve into an infinite amount of finalities. For Heather, this role of economic innovation or knowledge extends to all aspects of economic activity.

Heather Jones was received by the US market with open arms and the assurance of a bright future. Buyers from more than 30 US based specialty and department stores were thrilled to find a designer with such unique talent and inspiration. Orders were place and delivered from Florida, California, Hawaii, Michigan, Puerto Rico and even Mexico. Heather premiered her Spring 2003 collection at WWD magic at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas lAugust 26-29, 2002. Many other stores from various parts of the country stopped by to introduce themselves to Heather in her booth, Heather’s line was launched at a party in her honor, which inspired the renowned Zola Kella to carry the collection. Heather’s work has succeeded the rivals within the fashion industry because her work is different. “They have the look of the clothes on an island painted by Gauguin. When I see them, I see Tahiti. I think it’s just marvelous that we could bring her collection to Palm Beach – another enchanted island” are the words of the distinguished fashion icon – Martha Phillip. The streams to her success also lies in the hands of Next, one of America’s top fashion retail stores