The adventure of making a 18th century riding habit and changing your mind about how to make it more times than you should.
Working on some experiments on Fortuny Delphos gowns.
Working on the Phantom of the Opera -movie- costume from Why so Silent. With a hint of thought about Napoleon’s wardrobe.
Inspired by a 1890s original bodice, this gown is made recycling pieces of an other costume.
The making of a wine velvet german court robe.
Historical and fantasy inspired men’s ensemble for one of the Apocalypse riders.
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.
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.