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
We were pleased to appear on the live TV show Good Day Columbus on FOX28.
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
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.
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,
Photo – Rob Manko Model – Britany Schroeder Hair – M’lou Mackay-Santilli
“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)
This commission for a client in Maryland was inspired by textiles of the Aesthetic Movement (mid to late 19th century). The hand-cut applique I created reflects this style with it’s nature-inspired vine and leaf motif. The corset is created in a glossy plum leather accented by a violet metallic leather. To commission your own custom
It’s true. In fact I have declined to accept many commissions over the years. It sounds crazy but let me explain.
Charles Frederick Worth is widely considered the first couturier, ever. An Englishman by birth, he became wildly successful in 19th century Paris. Worth began his fashion career in 1858 and he would go on to dress royalty and famous actresses of the day. One of his more famous clients was the incomparable Marchesa Luisa Casati,