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Artifice Clothing is one of those goth-y cult fave labels that seem to have been around forever. They’ve been crafting custom fetish-inspired PVC corsets, lingerie, and apparel out of their Toronto studio since 2004. All purchases on their website made to order, while their Etsy store sells samples and pre-made pieces. I remember seeing their work probably a decade ago, but Instagram reintroduced us when a photo of their Clear […]

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Disclosure: The items in this review were purchased with my own money. All opinions are my own. I’ve had my eye on small-batch indie maker Serpent and Bow since getting a peek at their moon phases indigo design here in 2017. I was immediately drawn to the hand-batiked designs and the rich, shifting shades of indigo. Furthermore, while the word sturdy is not one we often associate with lingerie, there […]

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Creepyyeha wasn’t the first designer to make strappy, bondage-inspired leather harnesses and lingerie accessories, but she certainly helped popularize them. Yeha Leung has showcased her handmade pastel leather pieces online since 2012, gaining notoriety via Tumblr and selling items like rose-embellished collars on Etsy before opening a Storenvy shop. Today, the label is undeniably successful. With over half a million Instagram followers and a celebrity following including Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, and […]

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It’s going on 2 years since I started the TLA Patreon, and it’s become an integral part of keeping The Lingerie Addict online. You see – the more we discuss indie designers, the more we discuss diversity and inclusivity, and the more we discuss the ways the intimate apparel industry can improve…the more the industry pulls away. As I said in the original post introducing our Patreon, independence is TLA’s […]

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Back in February, I had the rare and unique opportunity of curating a special exhibit area for Curvexpo. Named “The Lingerie Addict Salon” this exclusive space was composed of 12 hand-selected independent lingerie and loungewear designers, all individually chosen to showcase a unique and less commercial side of intimate apparel. Curvexpo is North America’s largest lingerie tradeshow, and it was an incredible, inimitable experience to bring these labels under the […]

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