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Art Deco

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Description


This corset is definitely a statement piece and not for the faint of heart*. Prominent vertical elements reach upwards to highlight your shoulders. From these heights it sweeps quickly down for an equally dramatic back view. This is a truly architectural garment that evokes the clean lines of its namesake.

From the Designer


Living in NYC, this corset was initially inspired by the architecture and skyscrapers around me, particularly the art deco buildings. The geometry of my first design was rather severe. After several iterations my final design merged strong vertical elements with sweeping curves to highlight a woman’s natural curves.

As Shown


art deco - deux lunes corsetsConstructed of Orchid Wool/Cashmere Herringbone Tweed and Soft Lilac Silk Iridescent Dupioni. Lined in Natural Cotton Coutil. Shaped by 18 spiral steel bones, 4 heavy flat steel bones, and basic steel busk. Finished with white grommets.

art deco - deux lunes corsetsConstructed of Red/Green Silk Yarn-dyed Plaid Shantung. Lined in Natural Cotton Coutil. Features a pleated Red/Green Wool Tartan sash draped over an oversized solid brass D-ring. Shaped by 18 spiral steel bones and 8 heavy flat steel bones. Detailed with antique brass nail heads and antique brass grommets. $895

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*Because of the complexity of the fit of this design we recommend in-person fittings for this corset.

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