Isa Catepillán designs full-length wedding dresses, one crochet stitch at a time, and weaves them for women who want to see the ritual of commitment with new eyes. Those who understand the difference it makes to wear something made with love and feel more comfortable in a garment produced with natural threads avoiding industrial processes and synthetic fabrics.
With every dress she creates a new piece that is more like wearable art than high fashion. High quality Brazilian cotton and Isa's experienced hands combine to create something both fresh and deeply elegant for each woman.
Her work looks back to the wisdom of women who slowly and meticulously sewed their own dresses or had heirloom garments passed down to them through the generations.
With the use of shapes inspired by nature's geometry, Isa weaves her way from head to toe to create a garment that will last the test of time. Custom made to match every body-shape and size, each piece is lined with a pure silk undergarment made to fit the bride perfectly.
Isa's first collection: "Hijas de la Luna", (Daughters of the Moon), shows her talent as both crochet technician and gifted designer. The collection captures the power and the refined beauty of the feminine, while using the phases of the moon as a metaphor for the different stages of womanhood.