She strikes an elf-like and enchanting figure on her Instagram, her riotous fluffy mass of sun-blond hair flying behind her as she runs through the sunlit trees, sits by ponds playing a tin flute, or gathers berries to create...
Feature image credit: AF Archive / Alamy Stock Photo When it comes to costuming, enchantment lies in the details. Flora Kennedy’s exquisite accent pieces add layers of wonder and complexity to the costume design in the Starz series Outlander. Kennedy comes...
One of the greatest draws for modern people to the Romantic past is a fashion aesthetic dramatically different from our own. It’s true for everyone, though women typically more readily admit they adore the idea of flowing silks and...

Wilde Hunt Corsetry

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Photography by Rachel Lauren Larissa Boiwka chose a name with a grand and mythic history when she crea ted her bespoke cor set company. She first considered the name for her business after she was introduced to the myth of...
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Garbed in the Garden

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A profusion of thriving blooms spill from the waist of her gown to the grass at her feet. Moss spreads across the bodice and one shoulder. Flaring fronds frame her neck and shoulders. It’s a gown fit for Mother Nature...

The Divine Feline

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Wherever the leopard is known, it has moved the hearts and spirits of those who’ve seen it. With its grace and power, its ability to adapt to every element, this gorgeous beast has developed a following of fervent admirers...
We hope you're having a positively faerie-esque week wherever you are and just want to share some exciting news! In the coming months, we'll be offering lovely faerie wear designed by Faerie founder and publisher Kim Cross, in collaboration with...
We asked Kambriel about the clothing she made for the project—and for fashion tips for those of us who plan to attend a Victorian fairy tea party ourselves (or just look like we might!). Faerie Magazine: So tell us about...
Feature Image: Dress, circa 1837, American. Silk. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Rogers Fund. At the top of the 19th century, the Enlightenment and a series of revolutions had just turned the Western world on its head. Growing popular...
We’ve worked with gown designer JoEllen Elam Conway of Firefly Path on several projects—including our summer 2017 cover featuring six luminous fairies garbed in diaphanous, pastel gowns and the elven crown tutorial she contributed to our Tolkien issue—and we...