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Imagine walking in the streets where ancient Greeks used to pass by. Imagine seeing the ancient Agora, the Parthenon and the temple of Olympian Zeus while wearing one of the most imposing and remarkable dresses in colours that will make your photos look stunning.

About Dresses

APHRODITE

Aphrodite was the goddess of love, passion, fertility and beauty.
She emerged from the sea foam of Pafos, in Cyprus. She fought next to Paris, during the Trojan war. When Paris was nearly killed by Menelaus
Symbol: Rose, Swan, Dove

APHRODITE

Aphrodite was the goddess of love, passion, fertility and beauty.
She emerged from the sea foam of Pafos, in Cyprus. She fought next to Paris, during the Trojan war. When Paris was nearly killed by Menelaus

ATHENA

Athena was the goddess of wisdom and war, as well as the patron of Athens.
After Zeus was informed that his wife Metis was with child, and after hearing of a prophecy saying that this child would be much more powerful than him, he decided to swallow Metis. Athena was born out of Zeus’ forehead. Parthenon is dedicated to her.
Symbol: Olive Tree, owl

ARTEMIS

Artemis was the goddess of the hunt, forests, the moon and archery.
She was the child of Zeus and Leto, but when Hera found out she forbidden the birth of this child. Leto went to the island of Delos and she tried to balance herself on an olive branch in order to give birth. Apollo was her brother.
Symbol: Deer, bow

ERATO

In Greek mythology, Erato is one of the Greek Muses, which were inspirational goddesses of literature, science, and the arts. The name would mean “desired” or “lovely”, if derived from the same root as Eros, as Apollonius of Rhodes playfully suggested in the invocation to Erato that begins Book III of his Argonautica.

Flying Dress Athens

ATHENA

Athena was the goddess of wisdom and war, as well as the patron of Athens.
After Zeus was informed that his wife Metis was with child, and after hearing of a prophecy saying that this child would be much more powerful than him, he decided to swallow Metis. Athena was born out of Zeus’ forehead. Parthenon is dedicated to her.
Symbol: Olive Tree, owl

ARTEMIS

Artemis was the goddess of the hunt, forests, the moon and archery.
She was the child of Zeus and Leto, but when Hera found out she forbidden the birth of this child. Leto went to the island of Delos and she tried to balance herself on an olive branch in order to give birth. Apollo was her brother.
Symbol: Deer, bow

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