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The Sanakor Plunge Corset, Part 3

icon-smWearability for the modern day comes from giving full bust coverage, enabling the Sanakor to be worn as both under- and outerwear!

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Interview: Karolina Laskowska

Karolina-L-smThis week we interview Karolina Laskowska, of Karolina Laskowska Lingerie, about her past, present and exciting future plans.

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1950s Slip for Sheath Dresses

icon-smDiscussing a fundamental element of the 1950's wardrobe, with a detailed how-to for a slip to be worn under sheath style dresses.

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Corsets with Cups, Part 1

Cupped corsetsRoyal Black shares her secrets on how to create a corset with cups, using a standard overbust corset pattern and a well fitting ready-to-wear bra.

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1902 Kops Corset Patent, Part 3

icon-smCecile's series continues with a summary and analysis of the information in the original patent regarding boning and finishing.

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Why the History of Corsetry Matters

Unknown young woman, about 1895, author's personal collectionWhy should you care about the history of corsetry? Because the techniques they used to "get the look" can be used by us too.

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The DIY Dressform Hack, Part 3

icon-smAnya continues her dressform journey by documenting her own process of making a body cast for accurate fittings.

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1911 Cupped Corset

icon-smJennifer discusses how much she enjoyed the construction of this beautiful and romantic 1911 Cupped Corset from Jeremy's previous article.

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18th Century Stays

icon-smSégolène studies a set of stays that are a rare surviving example of mid-18th century functional, working class undergarments.

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