Bijzondere set, sprookjesachtig, fantastisch en adembenemend. Champagne kleurige rok met corset stuk. Kan afzonderlijk of samen worden gedragen, ook de gaas sluier kan eraf. Prachtige glanzende stof van hoogwaardige kwaliteit.De set is vintage, uniek en in goede conditie. Maat 42nl/d, 44fr/es, l internationaal. De sluier heeft een klein gaatje, dit is onopvallend bij dragen. Kaat tilley grew up in kapelle-op-den-bos and as a child, she was fond of fairy tales. Tilley would regularly refer to this in her later visual work.
Tilley studied at sint lucas in brussels and learned the technique of painting there. Tilley was a former student of the antwerp fashion academy.
She graduated there cum laude with the theme for her final collection mahler and venice. Tilley was known for her romantic to fairytale clothing. In 1990 she designed a jewelry collection. In 1993 she signed the costumes for the film antoine. Her creations are midway between fashion and art.
She dressed among others diana ross, barbra streisand, naomi campbell, melanie griffith and halle berry. In the meantime she became an established name, witness her retrospective exhibition at the gaasbeek castle in the autumn of 2005. In 2007 tilley kept on her living and working area in asbeek (asse) an exhibition and sale of a large part of her prototypes and paintings. She claimed that she was first a painter and secondly a fashion designer.
Art and beauty were inextricably linked throughout her career. She had a gallery in the royal gallery of the brussels galeries royales saint-hubert. She designed costumes for zap mama and madredeus.
On a commercial level, she struggled with a few setbacks. After a bankruptcy in 2009 she returned two years later with a collection furniture, fabrics, lighting, jewelry and pictorial work. She designed the clothes for the opera la traviata. The last ten years of her life she lived and worked in a converted watermill in asbeek.