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Melanie Talkington

Lace Embrace interviewInside chat with Melanie Talkington, owner of Lace Embrace Atelier Inc., corsetiere to Dita von Teese and Cathie Jung, and antique corset collector.

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Case Study: Mauricio Bernal

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We interview corsetmaker Mauricio Bernal about making his grandmother's house into his studio, and the difficulty of getting busks in Columbia.

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Case Study: House of Canney

Anthony CanneyFlamboyant designer and artist Anthony Canney advises on dealing with clients successfully and on corsetmaking for gentlemen.

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Case Study: Charlotte Raine

Charlotte RaineProfessional corsetmaker Charlotte Raine tells us how she got started, how her business works and about working with the Jane Austen Centre.

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Case Study: Mark Garbarczyk

mark-g-icon We talk to Mark Garbarczyk, a British foundationwear maker who's tried and rejected formal training in favour of taking his own learning journey...

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Case Study: CrissyCatt

Detail of CrissyCatt's Victorian Bodice This month we feature Cristiane Tano, aka CrissyCatt, who makes breathtaking corsetry in leather. She reveals the secrets of her stunning, hand-tooled filigree leather corsets.

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Case Study: Kate Mior

Detail of grey lace corsetWe talk to Kate Mior of Totally Waisted Corsets about how she juggles a business in corsetry with a career as an international street performer!

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Case Study: Gleamnight

gleamnight-iconThe extraordinary Ksenya of Gleamnight Fashion Studio, interviewed in her native Russian and translated into English by Anton Nezamaev.

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Case Study: Sandra Stuart

Butterfly corset and cup

Sandra's stunning work translating teacup designs into corsetry is magnificently inspiring. She was kind enough to answer our questions and share her plans for the future.

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