The Museum at FIT – 3 June to 15 November 2014
The latest exhibit at The Fashion Institute of Technology’s Museum is a three hundred year history of lingerie. And although I have a ton of sewing and other work to do before our upcoming photo shoot, I knew I had to take a little time out and see this exhibit. The garments on display, in largely chronological order, demonstrate the changes in form, fabric, function, and even color. It is a very informative exhibit, especially in our current era of lingerie as outerwear.
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At the Oxford Conference on Corsetry 2014 I was proud to work with corset model Threnody in Velvet in presenting my Tartan Corset. I have long thought about doing a Celtic inspired corset and this seemed to be the perfect opportunity to see what I could come up with. Quite off my radar as I was developing this corset were two events that would place Scotland and its culture in the forefront of much of the world: First was the marketing and premier of the “Outlander” TV series based on the much beloved book series from Diana Gabaldon. Second and arguably far more important was the vote on Scottish independence.
Welcome to the first posting to the deux lunes magazine. It’s been a crazy busy time here as we are excitedly preparing for the roll out of our first deux lunes corset collection as well as the official launch of deux lunes. I’ve beensketching, designing, fitting, sourcing fabrics and embellishments, and finally starting to sew the garments that we will be presenting to you. I’m so excited for the upcoming photo shoot, and the opportunity to show off what I have been doing.
Oxford Conference on Corsetry 2014
It was just over two weeks ago that I was in attendance at the second annual Oxford Conference on Corsetry held at Jesus College in Oxford, England. And for the last week since returning from Europe I have been surfing a... View More
Copper Lune featured in Britain's Daily Express
Britain's Daily Express did a great feature on the Oxford Conference on Corsetry held at Jesus College. This included a nice bit of coverage for Copper Lune and our tartan inspired corset that we designed for the conference. I... View More
(5 Answers to)* Where Would I Wear a Corset?
The most common comment I receive when I tell people that I am a corset maker is, “Where would I wear a corset?” (Okay, I don’t actually have statistics on this, maybe it is second or third... View More
Let’s Kill (Irresponsible) Fashion!
Why would some of the leading voices of NYC fashion come together at NYC's Neuehouse for a panel discussion entitled “Let’s Kill Fashion!”? After all fashion is the industry in which these people have created their highly successful careers. The assembled panelists,... View More
Recap: Steampunk World's Fair 2014
We don’t anticipate many of our customers wearing our Steampunk and Neo-Victorian Print Boyshorts as outerwear, but we definitely do not disapprove.
It seems hard to believe that we got back from the 2014 Steampunk World’s Fair just... View More
Copper Lune at the Steampunk World's Fair 2014
In two weeks we will have our own vendor’s booth at the Steampunk World’s Fair which takes place in Piscataway, New Jersey May 16th to 18th. I was an attendee at this event the past two years and... View More
Miss Chimère – Demi-bust Corset with Halter Strap
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