Wet Bird Couture Presents: The Hawk Moth

The hawk moth is sometimes called the hummingbird moth on account of how it can fly at speeds up to 33.7 mph.

When not making good time, hawk moths like to hover while sipping nectar and impersonating bumblebees.

A hawk moth multi-tasks as it simultaneously sips nectar and pretends to be a bumblebee (image courtesy of flickr/wikimedia commons).
A hawk moth multi-tasks as it simultaneously sips nectar and pretends to be a bumblebee (image courtesy of flickr/wikimedia commons).

Clearly, any model who attempts this challenging look must be able to incorporate elements of both fast flight and undercover ops – no easy feat!

Wet Bird Couture is proud to present its latest must-have look, the “Hawk Moth.”

With a near-averted gaze and delicately feathered crest as it sweeps across the neck line, the model deftly brings this couture look to life.
Notice how the model deftly brings this look to life with an averted gaze and a delicate display of crest feathers sweeping gently across the neck-line.

With love (& lots of feathers),

Shannon & Pearl

FebVIPFans2016

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