Geraldine Geoghan’s Valkyrie Corsets

August 31, 2014 GB

Corsetry has long been associated with toughness, tightness, and the tantalizing frill of femininity. An ancient garment, sexual, though conservative, the corset has been used for millennia. It was the clothing of select royalty throughout […]

Kato’s Steampunk Couture

August 27, 2014 Marissa Phillips

The Steampunk subculture has seen a huge growth in popularity and mainstream appeal. However, it would be an injustice to write off Kato’s Steampunk Couture as a brand created by a designer jumping on a […]

Kathleen Marie Couture

August 25, 2014 Marissa Phillips

A young Kathleen Marie sat in her 9th grade history class, watching a re-enactment of the French Revolution. As part of the act, a nun entered the classroom, but in place of her traditional nun’s […]

The Little Black Dress Past and Present

August 22, 2014 GB

It’s a safety net of some sort, a “must have” that goes hand in hand with elegance and class. Just like a pair of jeans and a t-shirt, it’s what a woman often reaches for […]

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