There’s always a client gown that I’m stitching on in here, hopefully missing all the pins in the process!
We’ve had a busy year, so I may…or may not be able to finish my new blue gown for “Helldorado” weekend in Tombstone. I’ve been busy with corset orders, and making new samples, then you may have heard that there were fires in the LA area this week. Sigh…busy. Last year for Helldorado, we had one of the heaviest hail and lightning storms on record for the area! Is it Old West Climate Change…or is Tombstone truly a haunted place? It sure feels like it sometimes…See you on Allen Street, as we go East…to be in The West. 🙂
One of the basic building blocks of any period style is “Structure”…which is what each of these images represent. Our gowns are made to be worn with a proper understructure, and I take it upon myself to make sure that those structures are beautiful. Oh, and by the way, I prefer wearing my corset to modern lingerie any day!
Fall is here we’re definitely feeling here in Southern California. So what’s on? Work continues on our line of ready-to-wear Day Lilies collection as well as a line of corsets available in a variety of colors and constructed from fabrics sourced on our travels through Europe. 🙂 Later, in early November we’ll be heading out to Paris to enjoy a more “proper” Fall but first, it’s to work. 🙂