Hi there! So the single most popular post I published last year pertained to all the wonderful ways you can manipulate professional fishnet tights. Those such as pictured below for example. While I give credit to Capezio for producing tights in at least two skin shades other than caucasian nude, this is still a pretty thin offering of colours. As I need a pair of fishnets in red for BHOF this week, I thought I'd sacrifice a pair in the name of experimentation. It seems I h
So, I promised I would post a tutorial as to how I made my Game of Thrones inspired 'caftan' for BHOF this year. I use the word 'caftan' loosely, as I'm not really sure it fits the dictionary definition, but as it's voluminous, unstructured, draped and comfortable, I just decided to go with it. So here are some pictures of the finished piece which I made in under an hour. And let me tell you, it took five times longer to photograph and document how I made the dress, than to
So. Here's the deal. I've been asked to review, critique, or promote a variety of products, ideas and/or creative endeavours in the last couple years since I started this blog and I am pleased as fucking PUNCH to make my first such post about this particular project. Click the link, watch the video, and look at THIS photo of none other than Julie Atlas Muz. If you are looking for the perfect gift to explain to your friends, family, loved ones, barista or veterinarian as to wh
Just a few days in advance of the headlining appearance of the husband and wife burlesque team of Mat Fraser and Julie Atlas Muz at the Vancouver International Burlesque Festival, I had the pleasure of sharing a most raucous conversation with Julie. Click away for her thoughts on everything from the burlesque community to a tap dancing penis. I can't make this shit up and its fabulous. Cheers, Viv.