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A tan silk organza removable collar is sitting against a white background. The collar has a rounded edge and ruffle going all the way around. The tie is silk and ties in a bow.A tan silk organza removable collar is lying with the back facing upwards flat against a white background. It is slightly sheer and has a ruffle around the outer edge.The collar in tea is being worn by a woman with brown hair who is standing against a white background. Underneath the collar, she is wearing a black sleeveless apron tied at the waist, on top of a white long-sleeved turtleneck shirt and white skirt. The shirt is pushed up to her elbows.A photo of two silk organza removable collars against a white background. The collar to the left is tan, while the collar on the right is black. They are both lightly sheer, have a ruffle all the way around the outer edge, and have silk ties tied in a bow.A black silk organza removable collar is lying front facing up, flat against a white background. It is slightly sheer and has a ruffle around the outer edge. The tie is tied in a bow.A black silk organza removable collar is lying with the back facing upwards flat against a white background. It is slightly sheer and has a ruffle around the outer edge.

Olivia Halo Designs

Organza Ruffle Collar

Color

1

Description

This removable silk collar by Olivia Halo Designs uses sheer organza as a symbol for vulnerability, gently reminding the wearer of the innate strength in their softness.

100% silk organza. Silk charmeuse ties.

Dry clean only.

Meet the Artist

Olivia Dwyer

Olivia Dwyer is a local Philly artist, originally from Newcastle, Maine. Working primarily in wearable art and soft sculpture, she focuses on themes of vulnerability and the ways we hold ourselves and one another. Her wearable pieces embody these themes through sheer fabrics, representative of exposing oneself unabashedly to the ups and downs of life—and silhouettes which gently play with volume, representative of taking up space even in moments when it feels uncomfortable to do so.

The organza collar has touches of both intentions and allows the wearer to carry these concepts with them through life, as a reminder of the innate strength in their softness.

Photo Credit: Mark Yaggie, 2021.