Category: Custom Gowns

18th century costuming

18th century costuming This autumn we were attending Salon de la Societé raffinee. Organised by my dear friend Shari. A Salon is an event where a Salonière introduces artists to the guests. A place to socialise with friends and imagin that you live in the 18th century. I was honored to be one of the […]

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Little Owls

This Easter I had to opportunity to do a photoshoot with Angela Dekens from Little Owls. I have had my Hithfaereth gown for a year now and never had the time to take proper pictures with me in it. So when there was an opening to shoot with Angela, I decided to go for it. […]

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Why don’t you do right

  An iconic dress thisone. The Jessica Rabbit dress as seen in the movie “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” I made this dress for the lovely Saskia Lillith, a fellow tightlacer. I have made a corset for Saskia before and we spoke about making her something with a flair of drama. The epic curves on Jessica […]

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Dark Love

Last december I was contacted by my friend Stephanie if I wanted to participate for a shoot with the theme “Lovers” She was able to borrow some awesome Mohawks from Pioro Blue, and needed some dresses to go with it. Luckely I had something in the same shades lying around. So on a cold december […]

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