A 1750s style wig, perfect to match a robe à la française or most of mid-century outfits. Very soft and natural looking.
A dramatic style of wig, perfect for Louis XIV, and the second half of the XVII century. But would also make a terrific Captain Hook.
Making of the gown from Vestier’s painting “Portrait of a Lady with a book”, as a mix between a robe en chemise and a round gown, keeping it quite historically accurate, even if machine sewn.
Gown made to attend The Swan Princess edition of Gala Nocturna. A mix between a long gown, a ballet costume and a corset, keeping the dance visible by showing the legs.
This outfit is inspired by the fairy tale of mirrors and ice castles, rather than Frozen. And a hint of russian fairytale style.
A basic gown, correct in shape, yet striking in color, making you pop out of the nightgown-like audience of regency events, on a budget.
What shall we do with a dozen of black soutache appliqués, stored for too long? A nice 1900s day outfit. And, of course, a giant matching hat.
A 1890s outfit inspired both by Burton’s work and Crimson Peak. I’ve been also told that the arnivore-plant-like shape and the fishing bates give it a Harry Potter universe look.