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Celtic Fusion Designs

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Feature image: ©Emma Stoner Photography Fabric artist Regina Tierney creates clothing for the magic ritual that is daily life. Her designs, made from natural and sustainable materials, add a feel of Celtic spirit and culture into ensembles that can be worn anywhere...
Feature Image by ©SIMON RAYMONDE Stephanie Dosen was already an award-win-ning singer, with songs appearing on Dawson’s Creek and Party of Five as well as in the movie Hanna, when she discovered that her love of knitting could translate into the creation...
A few months ago, we received an email from Kamilla Mai, who owns the bridal shop Eventyrbruden (or “fairy tale bride”) in Oslo, Norway. The email contained a jaw-droppingly gorgeous shot of a model in a long, fluttering gown,...
Though 18th century corsets are not in her normal repertoire, designer Justina A. Prince has always had a love for fantasy couture that combines seemingly incongruous elements. While creating the Outlander dress for this issue of Faerie Magazine, she was...
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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...
Owls and spiders and ladybugs, hares and swans and whales, bats and bees and crickets … The designs of Finnish artist Klaus Haapaniemi are populated with these creatures in their most magical, dazzling forms. Crickets fly through space while spiders...
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...

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...
French designer Sylvie Facon takes fairy-tale couture to a new level with her intricate, otherworldly, and seemingly impossible gowns that are themselves storybooks. You might have seen her Arras dress (featured image above) that went viral last year, including...
Selene Ahnese, founder of the company Gibbous Fashions, is a stitch witch. The fabric storyteller is based in Olympia, Washington. She collects scraps of fabric—tattered velvets, embroidered silk slips, lace remnants—and with fine stitches like runes, she writes a...