The good angel waits to take her human counterpart to heaven. She is in his decrepit home lurking in the shadows. Though we never see the man at death's door, the angel looks heavenly in Phillip Lim designs.
Joe Wroblewski is at a crossroads. He stares life and death right in the eyes; unaware that his past and his future are up for grabs. Will the good angel or the bad angel take him? Will he end up in heaven or hell, or worse yet - limbo? Internally he laments and ponders the question as a moral war is being waged upstairs and downstairs, so to speak.
Malcolm Harris, the designer and founder of "The One Dress" project and Elisa Goodkind from Stylelikeu.com contacted Elizabeth Perrin to create and execute a concept. Eleven women from all different walks of life wearing the dress in a unique and flattering way to show variety, beauty and strength. The Director of Photography was George Wieser, camera operators were Tom Richmond, Elizabeth Perrin, and Bruce Ashley, who also edited the piece. The music was created by Andrew Hollander and the Sound Design by Eric Pfiefer, Peter Mattei wrote some prose while Bailey Roberts and Melati Malay lent their voices. Stylelikeu.com provided the amazing talent, Andrew Livermore did hair and Edward Cruz make up. Canoe studios donated a gorgeous corner studio that faces the Hudson River. Proceeds from the dress sale go toward educating families on the perils of daughters becoming child brides as well as the benefits of an educated daughter.