Posted by Jade Locke on 12th Jan 2018
I recently started introducing dresses priced under $500.00. These are limited edition dresses that may have limited fabrics and will only be available in small quantities. These dresses are perfect for the woman would likes a Gothic or alternative twist on the traditional prom or formal wear dress. I wanted to offer corset dresses in many price ranges and this standard size range allows me to do so. I will also be offering new styles of skirts in sequins in addition to the beautiful new leather, vinyl, crystals and lace embellished corsets. I hope you like the new styles and enjoy seeing the new corset dress designs as they are released in 2018.
In August, I had the opportunity to work with Xion Leigh and Jon Prins on a photoshoot that debuted the butterfly ombre wedding dress for 2018. Jon was very professional and collected. He was cool and positive through out the entire shoot. We shot the corset gown in the mountains that overlook Boulder, CO. Xion [...]
You may have noticed my prices for custom or "couture" designs increased over the last year while recently I am working with local contract workers and manufacturers to produce gowns at lower prices. Custom will still be a higher rate because it is very time consuming to research materials, draft patterns, make toile's, do fittings by skype [...]
If you happened to look at my facebook page this week, you will see the new corset gown for 2018. White satin corset with blue morpho silk butterflies, hand dyed lace and flower appliques are hand sewn at various points on the steel boned corset. The ombre tulle skirt fades from white, to lilac, to [...]
This past summer I had the chance to have a new set of steampunk inspired designs photographed by Frank LeBoeuf and Yuri Faer. Dorotka Modelka was the model that is shown wearing one of my corsets and tutu designs (light blue dress). I have been trying out different photographers this past year and Frank and [...]
A couple of years ago I began designing a beautiful pattern for a new corset. The design combined 18th and 19th styles of corsetry. I wanted to make a corset that was versatile and that could be used within a "wardrobe". The wearer could add different chemises, sleeves, skirts, bustles, etc...to create their own unique [...]