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'La Belle Epoque' spells feminine allure and classic styling
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Jan '09
Award winning Eternal Spirits are one of the UK's most talked about corsetry specialists, offering a unique range of traditionally made, handcrafted corsetry, lingerie and bridal wear. Dressing international 'A' list starlets such as Dita Von Teese, Leona Lewis, and Sophie Dahl.

Creating beautiful seasonally driven conceptual collections that appeal to women of all ages and genres, Eternal Spirits offers the wearer a bespoke essence of true feminine allure and classic styling. The diversity of inspiration promises collections that are seductive and chic, serious and playful, classic and sexy.

Presenting A/W 2008 an elite womenswear collection entitled 'La Belle Epoque' a period in European history that began during the late 19th Century and lasted until World War 1. It was considered the 'Golden Age' . The colour palette is derived from peacock feathers - where metallic golds, bronzes and chocolates meet jewels such as emerald, peacock, violet & greens.

Luxurious silks, leathers and traditional wools combine to cherish the world of all that is old. With old English tailoring influences mixed with Parisian elegance. Adorned with Swarovski crystals, pearls and peacock feathers. 'Wonderland' for S/S 2009 is inspired by the quintessential English eccentricity and traditions of luxury and tailoring.

The feel of the collection is Afternoon tea in an English Garden with The Mad Hatter and The Queen. An eccentric mix of silks, tweeds and laces with details such as silk covered buttons, pleating, Swarovski crystals and hand embroidery offer their most exquisite collection yet.

A vintage colour palette of mink, sage, oyster, ivory, duck egg blue and ballet pink creates a soft and feminine collection for the boudoir. To coincide with 'Wonderland' is 'Fairytale' the new range of Bridal and Evening gowns offered solely through the Eternal Spirits Bridal Parlour, Nottingham.

Designer and Founder of Eternal Spirits Susi Henson has been recently awarded with a regional business award for her creative influence to the Nottingham region – as RBS Nottinghamshire Women Achiever of the Year 2007. As well as being the winner of the Sir Paul Smith Enterprise Award.

Established almost six years ago, their new flag ship boutique The Eternal Spirits Corsetry & Lingerie Emporium & Bridal Parlour is Nottingham's most exclusive shopping experience. Having dressed stars such as Dita Von Teese, Sophie Dahl, The Scissor Sisters, Jonathan Ross & Katie Price amongst others as well as creating costume for film, stage & some of the UK's top Burlesque artists.

Susi has built an outstanding reputation in her field as being the UK's top corsetiere. The philosophy of Eternal Spirits balances originality and quality with the power of femininity and seduction. Each item is created with meticulous precision from blueprints that fire the imagination and en-trance the eye.

Priding themselves on offering products of the highest quality and an old fashioned personal service that matches. Corsets are beautiful, and versatile enough to be worn in the bedroom or for a special night out paired with a pencil skirt or a pair of skinny jeans. Made in England, each corset is lovingly crafted by hand and delivered to you in a stunning corset box. The emphasis is on making you feel pampered.

Eternal Spirits


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