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Inspiring for the simple reason that she clearly is much more committed to doing her crunches than you or I, today I am featuring Cher. This lovely lady continues to work harder than all of us in her professional life as well, and has filled stadiums for decades. I found some images from her early career, that are definitely inspiring… Read more →
I remember this amazing 1960’s mermaid puzzle I had when I was a little girl, passed down from my mother, and I think it’s been one of the biggest style influences in my life. Here’s a few illustrations if you’d like a good daydream, I’ll be at the pool if you need me… Read more →
I love looking at vintage lingerie; the shapes, the amazing laces, the embroideries. If you want to follow what I’m looking at for inspiration, I keep a vintage lingerie board on Pinterest. While this piece is lovely and would definitely work today, if go back before about 1900, undergarments were basically cut from a square, and depended on drawstrings… Read more →
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Sorry, ladies, just experimenting with a little bit of clickbait. Everyone knows my fascination with vintage and historical lingerie, and I was doing a bit of research yesterday, and found some pretty amazing contributions that men have made to field in the 20th century. For example, did you know that this man, Howard Hughes, tried to design an underwire bra… Read more →
A while ago, I was reading a very popular lingerie blog, and someone had written a post on treatment creams for all those places that your lingerie has rubbed raw or pinched you. Um, excuse me? I’m sorry, but that is completely insane. I spend hours going through endless piles of laces, feeling them… Read more →
Larkspur was invited to be part of the Social Uplift Fashion Show on February 22nd in Los Angeles. Here are a few fun pics of the lovely models on the runway. Many thanks to Fatima Modupe who organized the event! Photos by Matthew Romasanta. Read more →