Corset Blog - Wilde Hunt Corsetry

23kt Gold Corsets

In a recent newsletter I sent out to my readers I announced that I was recently named a Greater Columbus Arts Council grant recipient, and today I would like to share with one of the works I created in the collection which was part of my proposal to this organization. I named each of the
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Preview Still from the New Cable Car Music Video

My White Orchid underbust #corset will be in the new Cable Car video, produced and directed by The Bl_nk Agency. Styling – Erica Stewart. Model – Sam Robinson #thereisnosafeword

Artist Feature on PBS TV Show Broad & High

The crew from the PBS TV show Broad & High visits my studio and I speak with host Audrey Hasson about my corset inspirations and my process.

Corset Fashion Show on Good Day Columbus

GDC- Live1

We were pleased to appear on the live TV show Good Day Columbus on FOX28.

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Burgundy Shorty

 I made this cute little shorty for my appearance on the PBS TV show Broad & High (airing mostly likely in July). It’s barely wider than a belt and a great style for newbies looking for their first corset. It offers a lot of mobility but still gives a very smart waist reduction. This particular corset is
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Broad & High Filming

Just finished shooting an interview about my work with the lovely folks from the PBS TV show Broad & High . Can’t wait to see the episode! Thanks Jackie, Audrey, and Ryan! Here’s a photo of a few of the corsets we discussed today.

Urban Fairytale

I recently had the pleasure of collaborating with a dear friend and fellow artist Scott Riddle. Scott is primarily a ceramic artist who creates astounding hand-sculpted microcosms which often reference the beauty of the natural world, Native American culture, sexuality, and human behavior. He has exhibited his work through out the world, showing in Japan,
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Orchid Underbust

Photo – Rob Manko

Model – Britany Schroeder

Hair – M’lou Mackay-Santilli

Kind Compliments

“Before Wilde Hunt, I had never known that such dreamy, ethereal and romantic pieces could be fashioned from hardy leather. This piece has left me wondering if it’s possible to throw a wedding without actually getting married, just so I can wear something this spectacular.” Lucy (Lucy’s Corsetry – blog)

The Corset in Early Cinema

After the Ball (1897) – Georges Méliès