vivaspinups:

HA well I wanted to do something fun and very me for my holiday card this year.   OH us perverts. ;) Thank you

Artifice Clothing www.artificeclothing.com  for custom designing my holiday costume for my new images.  London Miss Miranda

vintagegal:

Christmas Pin-up Illustrations by Alberto Vargas c. 1940’s- 1950’s

pussylequeer:

Dita Von Teese

vivaspinups:

Last years Christmas Cards with Porcelain in www.ArtificeClothing.com

for-redheads:

Gil Elvgren - Happy Holidays!

officiallymosh:

“Stocking Stuffer” - Members only set not to be opened until Xmas! - TheMoshRoom.com

Photos by Rodney Mickle - Heels by Fabulously Fetish
Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good night!

pixel-duster:

Merry Christmas!!

Pin-up based on the wonderful Miss Mosh in this iheargirls gallery.

superhighprojection:

I was absolutely thrilled to be able to shoot with the legendary Viva Van Story on my visit to the US earlier this month! She has been one of my absolute favourite photographers ever since I first started modeling 6 years ago, and is a huge inspiration to me. :)

I was honoured to pose for her 2012 holiday greetings cards as Santa’s little reindeer slave, wearing Artifice Clothing and Fabulously Fetish heels! 

It was such a fun shoot, and I am SO happy with the results!! <3

<3 HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE!!! :D <3

officiallymosh:

“Stocking Stuffer” - Members only set not to be opened until Xmas! - TheMoshRoom.com

Photos by Rodney Mickle - Heels by Fabulously Fetish
Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good night!

thelingerieaddict:

Fleur of England ‘Geisha’ A/W 2013

Edit: A reader asked why TLA chose to share this collection despite the problematic name, and I want to update this post with my (Cora’s) response.

"Hey, this is Cora, and I made the post. I think that’s a really good question, and I did wrestle with whether or not to share the collection.

The tipping point for me in deciding to go ahead and post the images was asking about why they chose to use the word ‘Geisha.’ Most of the lingerie collections that I’ve seen that use the word ‘geisha’ invoke a number of tired, racist Asian stereotypes. This collection does not; the silhouettes are all classic Fleur of England and the print itself is based on a photograph from Fleur’s own backyard.

When I asked Suzanne, the sales and communications manager behind Fleur of England, why chose the word geisha, she said because of it’s literal meaning of artist or artisan, and because they wanted a word to express the bespoke, artisan nature of both the print and the collection.

For me, the lack of racist imagery plus the explanation provided (i.e. it’s not “Asian-inspired”) was enough to post the collection. I didn’t see using a direct translation of a Japanese word as a de-facto instance of cultural appropriation in this case.

That said, do I wish the collection had a different title? Yes. Am I 100% confident that the way I’m seeing this is the right way? No. Do I think it’s worth discussing and am I glad you asked? Absolutely. I’m definitely open to hearing other thoughts, as I don’t think this is a clear-cut example of cultural appropriation (unlike say, Victoria’s Secret’s openly racist “geisha” costume from a couple of years back).”

playfulpromises:

More super exciting news, our limited edition Ruby set is arriving with us today (or tomorrow, depending on whether the lift is broken, because you don’t want to see what happens when 8 women try to get 50 heavy boxes up 4 flights of stairs!)

Here it is being worn very well by SINderella Rockafella, with a Pearls & Swine fascinator. You can grab the lingerie and matching pasties here!