What a week. Great start to November. In addition to selling some old patterns and revealing the book project, this week has also been really good for actual corsetmaking. Many samples finished and posted, others finished and listed for sale, progress on orders, and I used a chunk of extra time over the past two days … Continue reading Silks…

Seaglass Selkie

You may have seen the Seaglass corset before, whether in-progress on Instagram or as a completed piece photographed on one of our lovely mannequins. Well Seaglass was also responsible for a new experience for us. Made bespoke for lovely Trish in the US, Seaglass is obviously a coastal inspired piece, very personal to the client and … Continue reading Seaglass Selkie

Winter Party – Sample Sale Schedule

Finished most of the party preparations today, and we have decided to stretch the sample sale fun out over the whole weekend!So, all our ready-to-wear corsets will be available with 50% off at the party tomorrow night. Any remaining pieces will then be listed online at a 30% discount on Saturday. This will drop to … Continue reading Winter Party – Sample Sale Schedule

Winter Party 2014

Please be invited to our Winter Party! Lots of lovely corsetmaking friends are coming, clients, peers, photographers, and interns, and we would love to see you there too! You're welcome any time from 5pm. We will have around ten one-of-a-kind corsets available for purchase at a special price, plus a selection of our "studio corsets", … Continue reading Winter Party 2014

Next generation corsetmakers… Rosie Red

REPOSTED FROM FACEBOOK... Yesterday I was down in Oxford to see my lovely and talented friend Rosie Red Corsetry & Couture. She was shooting her new mini-collection with wonderful InaGlo Photography (also great friends) on two beautiful models (Miss.Deadly.Red shown here, and Rosie Pigott), so I hovered around taking behind-the-scenes snaps and having a nose … Continue reading Next generation corsetmakers… Rosie Red

About Mystery Corsetry

Mystery corsetry is wonderful for a couple of reasons.┬áResultsFirstly, because it is how I work best. I feel that a huge part of being a good designer, artist, business person, etc., is in knowing your strengths and your weaknesses. You then must either work around those things, employ outside assistance, or make a concerted effort … Continue reading About Mystery Corsetry