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Eco Friendly Lingerie

Introducing Storm: our first lingerie range to incorporate recycled fibres.

Behind the Seams

The story behind our Nutmeg Seamed Stockings.

Business Talk

Discussing photographic copyright laws from and brand and model perspective.


Bra design in the 1950s was still in its infancy which is why recreating vintage designs for a modern audience sometimes doesn't go exactly to plan.

Do mesh and single layer corsets really make a difference in hot weather? The short answer is no, but I also take the opportunity to show you the difference between a sports mesh corset a traditional three layer corset.

A couple of months ago I made a video about girdles (at the bottom of this page) where I discussed the different types of 1950s girdles but it appears there are a few things I missed. In this follow up video I talk more about the fit of girdles and have invited burlesque performer Jessabelle Thunder to show them off to their best advantage.

When creating your vintage fashion outfit for the Goodwood Revival Seamed Stockings are a must (hush hush and on the qt: we also make Seamed Tights).

Taking a look at 1940s lingerie, in particular English lingerie that was made under the CC41 label which was used during the WWII rationing period. It might be no surprise that the CC41 label was started in 1941, but did you know that rationing in the UK actually didn't finish until 1951?

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