Siren's Flight

In Greek mythology, Persephone was the beautiful daughter of Zeus and Demeter. She was a most innocent child, and spent most of her days roaming her the lands of the earth. Where ever she stepped, flowers would appear, and all of the animals would follow her to marvel at her beauty. One Spring day she was kidnapped by Hades, the lord of the Underworld. When her mother realized that her daughter had been stolen, she granted her daughter's three handmaidens, The Sirens, wings so they could search the earth and find her.


This collection is inspired by ancient art depictions of the Sirens where they were shown as beautiful maidens wearing elaborate crowns with beautiful wings and claws for feet. Siren's Flight is about freedom. Until the Siren's were granted their wings, they were tied to a life of servitude, but once that they learned to fly, the Sirens soared. They learned to sing, created a home and ultimately, found their purpose.