A Green Affair – Sol Inspiration {Finalist #4}

SOL INSPIRATIONS ECO-FASHION DESIGN CHALLENGE

Designers Will Create Three Eco-Friendly Looks Using Non-Traditional Fabrics, Recycled Materials, Sustainable Fabrics. One Look Must Include Solar Panels


Sol InspirationsIgnite Models IncLIMEgreen Events and the Global Eco Organization have announced the 6 talented finalists who will compete in the Sol Inspirations Design Challenge. Each designer will create three looks that will be worn during the Eco-Fashion Gala & Fundraiser on Saturday, April 23rd at The Depot

 

MEET … FINALIST NUMBER FOUR

Tara Latour, owner of Tara Latour Designs is a Minnesota native who finds inspiration from the landscapes of places from her childhood. She studied fashion design at the Rhode Island School of Design, Academy of Art in San Francisco and Parsons New School for Design, where she received at BFA in Fashion Design. She showed her first collection at New York Fashion Week and was featured on “Good Morning America” as a finalist for BRIDES magazine Operation Dream Dress.

 

 

She is currently living in Minneapolis, with her own bridal label – Tara Latour Designs, based in the Arts District of NE Minneapolis, creating gowns that are unique, wearable and offer something fresh and new to the industry.

 

 

She is known for attention to details and hand-done fabric treatment and hand dyed fabrics that create an ethereal, romantic and timeless feeing. She loves using color in wedding gowns, and also designs ready to wear and eveningwear that embodies the same design theory as her bridal collection.

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