When You’re Not Being Dressed, You’re Being Dantel

Dantels is a new fashion brand that’s taking things to the next level by introducing a new line of dresses inspired by vintage-inspired patterns from the past.

The first collection, which debuted last week, comes in three styles.

The “Cultivate Dantella” collection is a slim cut dress with a plunging neckline, a bodice that’s just barely longer than a standard blouse, and a full skirt that stretches to the knees.

A matching dress with an elongated neckline and a waistband will go for $160, while a full-length dress with no neckline will be $225.

The new line will feature a collection of 30 different dresses that will be available for purchase on Dantelles website starting March 6.

The company also announced that its new digital channel, Dantela, will feature exclusive images of the upcoming Dantelman vector dresses that it’s working on for this fall.

“Dantels vision for the future is to create the ideal woman that’s never been seen before,” Dantellez founder and CEO Lior Pizzo said in a statement.

“This is a groundbreaking project that will create the world’s most beautiful, sophisticated and timeless women.

This is a time of celebration, a time for celebration, and we are so excited to launch the Dantelfest collection.”

The new collection will feature some of the most iconic Dantells designs, such as the Varsity and Varsity XL silhouettes.

For the new collection, Dants designer Lauren Leung created a line of couture pieces inspired by iconic pieces from the 1970s and ’80s.

The collection also includes a collection that showcases a collection inspired by the classic 1930s, ’40s, and ’50s dresses that were made in the United States.

The line of clothing is available now for $180 on Dants website.

Danteller also announced a partnership with the New York Fashion Institute to help promote its new line.

Dants will be holding an event in New York City on April 22 and 23, with more details to be announced soon.

The Varsity collection is available for $175.