Girl In A Ball Gown 3 Letters

Girl In A Ball Gown 3 Letters – 1 of 23 Houston fashion designer Chasity Serrill is a 29-year-old mom who taught herself how to create couture clothes by watching YouTube. Pictured in her store on Monday, December 3, 2018 in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

2 of 23 Houston fashion designer Chasity Serrill is a 29-year-old mom who taught herself how to create couture clothes by watching YouTube. Pictured in her store on Monday, December 3, 2018 in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

Girl In A Ball Gown 3 Letters

Girl In A Ball Gown 3 Letters

3 of 23. A dress made by Houston fashion designer Chasity Serrill at her store on Monday, Dec. 3, 2018, in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

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4 of 23 Balls used by Houston fashion designer Chasity Serrill in her studio on Monday, Dec. 3, 2018, in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

5 of 23 Houston fashion designer Chasity Serrill is a 29-year-old mom who taught herself how to create couture clothes by watching YouTube. Pictured in her store on Monday, December 3, 2018 in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

6 of 23 Houston fashion designer Chasity Serrill is a 29-year-old mom who taught herself how to create couture clothes by watching YouTube. Pictured in her store on Monday, December 3, 2018 in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

7 of 23 Houston fashion designer Chasity Serrill is a 29-year-old mom who taught herself how to create couture clothes by watching YouTube. Pictured in her store on Monday, December 3, 2018 in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

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8 of 23 Balls used by Houston fashion designer Chasity Serrill in her studio on Monday, Dec. 3, 2018, in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer Show moreShow less

9 of 23 Houston fashion designer Chasity Serrill looks at one of her dresses during an interview in her studio Monday, Dec. 3, 2018, in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer Show more Show less

10 of 23. Hand beaded dress at Chasity Cereal Studio on Monday, December 3, 2018 in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

Girl In A Ball Gown 3 Letters

11 of 23 Houston fashion designer Chasity Serrill is a 29-year-old mom who taught herself how to create couture clothes by watching YouTube. Pictured in her store on Monday, December 3, 2018 in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

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12 of 23 A dress by Houston fashion designer Chasity Serrill at her store on Monday, Dec. 3, 2018, in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

13 of 23 Houston fashion designer Chasity Serrill is a 29-year-old mom who taught herself how to create couture clothes by watching YouTube. Pictured in her store on Monday, December 3, 2018 in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

14 of 23 Leather dress complete with handmade leather floral pedals by Chasity Cereal. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

15 of 23 Houston Fashion Designer Studio Chasity Series on Monday, December 3, 2018 in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

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16 of 23 Houston fashion designer Chasity Serrill is a 29-year-old mom who taught herself how to create couture clothes by watching YouTube. Pictured in her store on Monday, December 3, 2018 in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

17 of 23 A dress made by Houston fashion designer Chasity Serrill in her shop on Monday, Dec. 3, 2018, in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

18 of 23 A dress made by Houston fashion designer Chasity Serrill at her store on Monday, Dec. 3, 2018, in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

Girl In A Ball Gown 3 Letters

19 of 23 A dress made by Houston designer Chasity Serrill in her shop on Monday, Dec. 3, 2018, in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

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20 of 23 Detail of beadwork on the back of a wedding dress created by Houston designer Chasity Cereal in her studio on Monday, Dec. 3, 2018, in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

21 of 23 A dress made by Houston designer Chasity Serrill in her shop on Monday, Dec. 3, 2018, in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

22 of 23. The first dress made by Houston fashion designer Chasity Serrill sits in her shop Monday, Dec. 3, 2018, in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

23 of 23. A shirt featuring Chasity Serrill’s two daughters in her studio on Monday, Dec. 3, 2018, in Houston. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff PhotographerShow moreShow less

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Chasity Serrill’s green leather mini dress is so intricately crafted, you’d think she’d trained as a fashion designer.

At first glance, her clothes look as delicate as silk, but Seriale spent more than 100 hours transforming the heavy leather into something unexpectedly feminine. She dyed the skin from its original peach color to a deep emerald green, cut it into strips, carefully wove it in a criss-cross pattern like a crust. She then cut the flowers out of leather, hand-dyed each one purple and applied a lighter color to create an ombre effect.

The dress is Seriale’s most challenging work, and she credits an unlikely place with teaching her much of what she knows about fashion design: YouTube.

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Like many millennials looking for instruction, Seryl watched videos, from How to Sew a Dior Dress to How to Make a Couture Dress, to learn techniques. She also followed YouTube videos of designers such as Elie Saab, Dior and Chanel. She even learned hand embroidery by watching videos of Mishka Aoki, the high-end children’s designer who created beautiful looks for Blue Ivy, daughter of Beyoncé and Jay-Z. Aoki baby dresses often start at $7,000.

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“I don’t think I’d be where I am without YouTube,” said Serial, who sounds like she might be a model if she weren’t a designer. “I feel like it would have taken a lot longer to get to that point. Maybe I would have figured it out, but it would have taken me longer. I’m a visual learner, and once I see it done, I pick it up quickly.”

Many designers receive their education through fashion design programs or apprenticeships with famous designers, or both. Oscar de la Renta, for example, was a talented illustrator when he was trained by Spain’s most famous couturier, Cristobal Balenciaga. Donna Karan was born into a fashionable family. Her father was a custom tailor, her mother a model, and Karan studied at the Parsons School of Design in New York and interned at Anne Klein. Even Houston-based designer Chloe Dao, who won Season 2 of Project Runway, earned a degree in patternmaking from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York.

But social networks like YouTube, Pinterest and Instagram are changing the way designers work. Many are turning to social media for inspiration and even education, said Andrea Bonner, a professor in the fashion program at Houston Community College.

“Nowadays, you can learn anything from makeup tutorials to fashion design and construction on YouTube,” Bonner said. “As an educator, I am still in favor of hands-on formal education. I’m not saying you can’t be a successful designer if you don’t have hands-on training. Many have done so, and I say if you have the drive and the talent, go for it.”

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Serrell’s mother, Aretha Serrell, wanted her daughter to go to college to become a doctor and even bought her a stethoscope when she was a girl. Chasity, however, was more interested in drawing, a hobby she picked up from her father, Ronald Serial, a barber who died of a heart attack when Chasity was just 12 years old.

“Chasity was Daddy’s daughter and his death really affected her,” Aretha said. “She threw herself into sketches. I knew she had some talent and I bought her a sewing machine, then I bought her a mannequin. At first she used a lot of glue, then she started sewing things and got better. When she started designing prom dresses for her classmates and homecoming dresses, I knew she was serious.”

Chasity’s desire to explore her fashion talent came to a screeching halt when she became pregnant at the age of 19 after graduating from Humble High School. (Her daughter, Kirstin, is now 9. She also has a 4-year-old daughter, Kendall, with longtime beau Tyrell Jenkins.)

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“I was very disappointed and hurt,” her mother said. “Life is hard enough when you’re young, but I didn’t want to make her a prisoner of being a mom, and she’s a great mom. I think the baby motivated her to step up her game and focus.”

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Even so, her mother advised Chasity to have a plan B just in case the fashion business didn’t work out. Chesity didn’t even know how to sew. (Of course she would have learned from YouTube.)

“I don’t want a plan B, so plan A has to work,” Chasity said at the time.

Chazity attended Lone Star Community College in Kingwood for two years, then dropped out. She wanted to enroll in the fashion program at the Art Institute of Houston, but couldn’t afford the tuition. Her only option was to educate herself. She worked to pay the bills

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