This corset was originally created to test the theory that it would be possible to make a shapely garment from a single panel of fabric, using darts to create curves. It was later embellished and became part of the Un|Seelie collection.
This corset is crafted from a single layer of black herringbone cotton coutil with cotton twill bone channels. The centre front and back are supported with flat steel bones (with the front bones gently curved over the abdomen), with the body of the corset supported with spiral steel bones. The bust of the corset is embellished with cascading textural lace appliqué, with a mix of English cotton/lurex lace blossoms and French metallic chantilly lace layered together. The corset fastens with black cotton lacing through 5mm gold toned eyelets at the centre back. The top and bottom edges are bound in black cotton coutil, finished by hand.
As this was an experimental sample, the fit at the bust is flawed but this is not visible under the 3D embellishment. This corset has been used for two brief photoshoots. Flaws and use are reflected in the price, with a similar custom made garment starting at around £1800.
This corset has around a 20.5" closed waist, best suited for a UK 8-10. It is best suited for smaller busts.
100% cotton excl. trims
Specialist dry clean only.
This corset is a one of a kind sample. It may have manufacturing flaws or some wear to it if it was used in a photoshoot. Please read the description carefully before purchase. Take extra care when trying this garment on. Forcing a too-small corset on the body may damage it. Karolina Laskowska cannot accept returns on damaged items due to customer negligence. It is advised that you fully unlace this corset before trying it on, as pulling the corset on over the head risks marking the fabric with makeup or hair products.