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Alfreda Patterns

Sunny Gu creates floral textile patterns for Brazilian clothing brand Alfreda.

Sunny's first design was to resemble a blooming garden which inspired her to paint flowers clustered together for a layered feel - the patterns were then repeated to create a seamless look throughout the dress. For the second design, the client wished to feature a bouquet in a decorative style, Sunny says "I drew inspirations from the Dutch floral still life paintings and baroque decorative frames."

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