Tuesday, July 31, 2012


As announced last week, the thrilling moment has finally come to reveal the winner of my Easter Give Away.
The Winner of the Corset is Frk. Svelmøe. Dear Frk. Svelmøe, please mail me your address and I will post  it as fast as I can. 

Thank you all for your patience ! New Give Aways will appear in time, so stay tuned. Coming Up: Fashion News and Inspirations from a Master.

Thursday, July 26, 2012


The Winner of my Easter-GIVE AWAY will soon be announced.
Even though, I only reached 40 followers by now - THANK YOU ALL - I´ve decided to pick the winner of my Easter-GIVE AWAY next week.

You still have a chance, if you didn´t sign up and comment yet, !!! Only followers who comment are IN!

The corset is made of silk, lined, boned and closed with a lace. The size is about a 38-40 (european), 12/14(UK/USA) and has a value of 3000,- or 403,- euro.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012


Another eye-catching dress, could be made out of this draped pieces of fa- bric, bought locally.
The fabric has a snakeprint on top of the sequins, which makes it stand out in a crowd. It´s just waiting for the right customer. Is it You?

Monday, July 23, 2012


As promised here are the new fabrics, that I purchased in Montreal. I draped them on a mannequin to make you imagine what could become of them.

This beautiful silk-piece would be perfect for a woman who is not afraid to stand out.

This neutral, but effectful silk-organdy could even be used for a short wedding- or cocktaildress.

Last, but not least this "burned-out"-piece could be a nice choice for a premiere or an evening out.

If you would like to be dressed in one of them, please don´t hesitate. There is only enough for one-dress-of-a-kind and you will not see anybody else look like you.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012


-Was the feeling I had, after a nice vacation in Canada. There is so much going on over there compared to here. Maybe it is all the impressions, the heat and the energy I am missing already.

Apart from the very inspiring exhibitions, described in previous posts, we spend time with family and friends before and after four days escape to the Laurentians north of Montreal.

Still I managed to purchase a few pieces of new fabric, that I will show you soon. For now I have to get back into the Rythm.

Friday, July 06, 2012

ONE | Outfits from a New Era

I was recommended to take a look at this exhibition at the Biosphere, while I am staying here in Montreal. It was very inspiring, interesting and too important to ignore. So I wanted to share this experience with you all.

The "ONE | Outfits from a New Era" - exhibition showcases 16 artistic creations made from mass consumption products. This challenge was taken up by ar- tists from the fields of cabinet making, jewelry, hairstyling, fashion design and the visual arts.
These unique creations present car parts, batteries, salmon skins, electronic waste and other cast-offs from our society, in a whole new light. They give tangible form to statistics concerning the impacts of consumer goods that are used then thrown away."

The creations was accompanied by art videos and soundtracks from the Canadian music scene and bits of autographed garbage from Canadian public figures, such as Robert Lepage, George Stroumboulopoulos, Julie Payette and Guy A. Lepage, used in each creation.

Dress made of 2,500 light bulbs, 66 meters of stripped copper wire from speakers.

Dress made of 200 biodegradable and oxo-biodegradable bags, 90 plastic bags.

Dress made of 2,000 shotgun shells, fabric.

Dress made of 97 salmon skins, 300 meters of fishing line, 40 mussel shells.

Dress made of 40 airbags, 2 headrests, 2 seatbelts, 1 piece of carpet, leather from 2 car seats, 1 tire, 1 baby car seat buckle.

Dress made of 6,800 pill bottles.

Dress made of 75 cans, 1,114 stainless steel rings.

Dress made of fibers from 2 TV packages, 1 poutine container, 2 coffee cups, 1 street vacuum bag.

Dress of 1,796 pages selected from 78 books, milled paper, sheet of wood, linen rope, binders, typewriter parts.

Kostume made of 4 sweaters, 7 pairs of jeans, 100 buttons.

Statement-dress made of 54 pieces of asphalt shingles, 8 sheets of plywood, 20 nails.

 Dress made of 800 meters of video tape, 800 meters of audio tape, 2,000 slides, 2 seconds of 35 mm film.

Kostume made of 36 computer mice, 120 cables, half of a computer keyboard.

Dress made of 208 locks of hair, 1 hairstyling cape, 1 pair of used boots.

Statement-dress made of 1,200 batteries.

Jacket made of 1 piece of canvas, 1 piece of nylon, 200 pieces of adhesive. To involve visitors, you could ad pieces of adhesive to this One.

All photos by John Frantsen

"These extraordinary thematic sets give pause and illustrate some of the major environmental issues we face today.
We hope that O.N.E. Outfits from a New Era will inspire you to find creative ways of transforming different materials, your own way of life, and the planet"
Click the link on top to read more about the Exhibition and it Creators.