EL PATRON ORIGINAL DE NUESTRAS BATAS DATA DE 1952 EN SEVILLA...
(We use an Original Bata de cola Seville Pattern from 1952)
ES UNA BATA Y ES UN PEDAZO DE HISTORIA!
ALANE GABRIEL IN THE RUNWAY
New York Fashion Week 2019
FEB 18 2019
HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE WE ARE SHOWING OUR COLLECTION AT DALLAS FASHION WEEK AUGUST 27 2019
WE SPECIALIZE IN CUSTOMIZED SPANISH WEDDING GOWNS, QUINCEAÑERA DRESSES AND FLAMENCO DANCE ATTIRE
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Alane Gabriel Studio Receives Clients in Dallas By Appointment Only.
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" ...You Make some truly beautiful work!"
Rene Heredia (The grandfather of flamenco)
(Megan "La Azulita" Matheson Hamilton Principal Dancer/Director Compañía Azul)
"...The dance sequences include a sensuous duet between the tall, dark-eyed Arrebola and the tiny, creamy-complexioned Buitrón, wearing exquisite dresses from Alane Gabriel"
(Matthew Posey's "Sangre Y Perro" production review by Elaine Liner Theater Critic for the
Dallas Observer. Oct, 25th 2012)
Introducing "The Azulita cut"
Same hour glass silhouette, More performing room!
Now You Can Select this Dynamic Cut in any Bata of your choice!!
For the longest time people has been wondering why I shy away from making "Fish Cut" Batas, and the answer is simple...I am not blind!
Every time I make one I feel depress by the thought of ruining someone's figure with them and I always default to the same thought...
"Why, why, oh why! lol but I understand it too... choreographic creativity has no restrain so when you need more room ...you need more room! and that is all there is to it!
In the "Fish cut" defense, this cut gives a lot of room to perform! but the Batas are bulky, shapeless and very unflattering for any woman's body! I love curves and it bothers me when they are gone! I have seen sculptural woman become a shapeless thing wearing those Batas...
So it took a dancer I admire to make me do something about it... I received an order from Megan Matheson "La azulita" for a fish cut bata and that just made me flip ...then I snap out of it!... I had to come up with something really quick to give her as an alternative...Have you seen this woman? I was not going to be the one screwing up her slender figure with a horrible fish cut Bata period! and well the best work sometimes comes out of working under pressure! So I Created a pattern that it retained the hour glass cut of the petenera cut that I am known for, but gave more room to perform than the petenera cut while looking equally Slender, curvacious, feminine and flattering...Well, here it is ...and the rest of the details is history!