Throughout cultural history, sacred and mythic women have appeared in threes, sometimes also merging into one mythic figure. In Greek mythology, the three Fates personified destiny and controlled the thread of life from birth to death (and beyond). Supposedly, even the Gods feared the Fates. The Greek word moira (μοῖρα) translates as a part or portion. While their forerunners were draped in white, could the gowns worn by these fashionable “Fates” hint at what lies beyond fashion? Siren-red satin, prison-jumpsuit orange, camouflage (with glitter). As the model strolls through each of three screens, her gown changes; siren red, prison-jumpsuit orange, camouflage chiffon.