Passion is an Art Form.

Flamenco Ferocity

Expressing myself to the world through my personal style is what being a Fashion Designer means to me. Designing is about creating a fantasy, a certain silhouette, color and mood of who I want to be. Every corset I create has an important meaning, sometimes even a reminder of something of my past, whether it is big or small. My designs are a reflection of who I am and it’s a way I interact with other people who share my passion for style and high quality craftsmanship. To have this opportunity to wear my art out into the world is an amazing means of self-expression.

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,,I envisioned this haute couture piece for the romantic and sophisticated woman.
—Stella

The Wrought Iron Beauty.

Flamenco Ferocity

Today I am wearing my forever-favorite Maréchal Corset. This corset was on display at the world-renowned New York fashion school, The Fashion Institute of Technology. It is a conversation piece even when it isn’t worn as a garment and it makes a memorable and show-stealing impact on any crowd. This corset has elegant lace bell sleeves, is hand-beaded, and laser cut for an effortlessly gorgeous look. The conical waist and angled silhouette is super flattering for many different body types. This corset can easily take you from day-to-night and my ensemble is just one of the many ways it can be confidently worn.

Resonating with Confidence.

Flamenco Ferocity

I envisioned this haute couture piece for the romantic and sophisticated woman who is strong and fearless and who likes to make a grand arrival first impression. She never underestimates the confidence that comes from trying something new!

Do you currently own a corset and would like help styling it? Or perhaps you’re ready for a custom handmade corset of your own. Let’s get started! I am happy to answer any questions you may have. Please comment below.

Cheers!

A special thank you to Aria Wedding & Banquet Facility in Prospect, CT for hosting today’s blog post.

Photography by: Alyssa Michel
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