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[Interview with Yahoo Shopping] Blogger Spotlight: Cora Harrington, Founder of The Lingerie Addict Blog
An interview I had with Yahoo Shopping. We talked about my backstory, the origins of TLA and my favorite lingerie pieces.
Credits: Photo by POC Photo. Please don’t remove the credits.
One of the lingerie brands I’ve been most impressed with season after season is Fleur of England. I am constantly surprised this luxury label isn’t more popular; they deserve to be in all the major flagship stores like Barney’s and Bergdorf’s and Harrod’s. Not only are their raw materials exquisite (the silk feels liquid against your skin), they also come up with 100% unique, completely in-house designed prints season after season. I know that may not sound very impressive to some of you, but it’s a big deal. The average lingerie brand chooses a print from a selection…which is difficult in its own right, especially when your choices number into the dozens, but still nothing like creating your own prints wholecloth.
After this last lingerie market, I asked Fleur of England if they’d be willing to do an interview with me about the print and pattern process. I’m wanting to do more articles about lingerie manufacturing and the business behind the intimate apparel industry this year, and pieces like this are exactly what I have in mind.
Progression of a print from original drawing, to fabric, to finished garment.
Images belong to Fleur of England
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Here’s an interview I did with Lucy from Lucy’s Corsetry when we met back in March 2014 while visiting Orchard Corset headquarters in Wenatchee, Washington, USA. Thanks for watching!
One thing I’m really passionate about here on The Lingerie Addict is supporting independent designers. I’ve tried to do that multiple ways…from Designer Interviews to the group Independent Lingerie Professionals to making myself personally available for designers to send their lookbooks and other press materials. Still, there are some aspects of the industry I just [&]
We’re talking with Paige, the artist behind Busty Girl Comics today on The Lingerie Addict!