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Cora Harrington

Hello, it’s me again. Back with another brand – Lorette Lingerie – focused on embroidery. Because I apparently can’t get enough of it this year, especially when said embroidery is on the tummy. The Preamble: I know that at some point, I could back to serious content or shopping content or content that’s good for SEO or something, but all I want to do right now is lose myself is […]

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I am not a religious person. I have some strains of spirituality, which manifest for me in feeling a connection with women from decades, centuries, and millenia past (one of the most profound experiences of my life was seeing the Venus of Willendorf sculpture in person), but even that mild expression of spirituality feels nebulous, unstructured, and hazy. Therefore, it’s a bit odd to me that I’m feeling such a […]

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One of the most significant criteria I use for deciding if I should share a collection to the blog or Patreon is if I absolutely cannot shake them from my head. Most of what I look at tends to run together after awhile. That’s not necessarily the fault of the designers. I simply look at so many pieces that my brain is constantly looking for trends and commonalities. Another brand […]

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Though I, personally, am not religious, like a lot of people who grow up in predominantly Christian countries, I have a deep affinity for Christian iconography. However, it’s not the belief system that’s appealing to me. It’s the aesthetic. Last year, I had the opportunity to view The Met Museum’s “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination” exhibit. It may seem sacrilegious to some to discuss religious attire from the […]

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As I mentioned on the TLA Patreon recently, I’m not an artist. I have no pretensions as to my artistic capabilities. In fact, I don’t even think of myself as a “writer” in artistic sense (writing is, instead, a practical tool which happens to work best for me right now). That said, I do appreciate art,  and I admire artists. In the past few months, I’ve become especially intrigued by […]

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