Inspired by his Indian heritage to create his collections, Manish Arora is known for his fine
craftsmanship but also for his signature color palette, pink and gold. In 1997, he launched his eponymous brand and from 2007 parade at Paris Fashion Week. Dress up with colorful, original and creative parades like Katy Perry, Rihanna or Lady Gaga.
Manish Arora is one of the most celebrated and inspiring contemporary designers in the fashion world today. He is known for his astute craftsmanship and unique play on colors, such as his trademark palette of pink and gold.
It was in 1997, that the world 1st viewed Manish’s design aesthetic with the launch of his label ‘Manish Arora’. With this he grew from strength to strength gaining a devoted following in the fashion world, which finally led to Manish exhibiting at the London Fashion Week in 2005. In 2007, Manish showcased for the 1st time in Paris Fashion Week. He became a member of the distinguished French Federation of Pret-a-Porter in 2009
Today, Manish sells his creations worldwide across prestigious stores such as Printemps, Joyce and Saks 5th Avenue. In 2011, Manish was appointed the Creative Director for Iconic French Fashion House ‘Paco Robanne’ where he designed two successful collections.
Manish Arora has been toasted across the Fashion world with Fashion spreads in International magazines such as V Magazine, Interview, Vogue, Elle, Harpers, L’officiel. He has also collaborated with eminent brands such as Walt Disney, Swarovski, Swatch, Reebok, Barbie, Monoprix, Nespresso, Nivea, MAC Cosmetics, Pommery, and Amrapali amongst others. His rich and colorful designs have been worn by international stars such as Rihanna, Lady Gaga, MIA and Katy Perry.
In 2014, the brand opened its 1 st flagship store in Paris. On 16th February 2016, Manish Arora was awarded the ‘Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur’.
Handmade corsets and bustiers.
‘Bring me your secrets- desires spoken with whispers and tainted with dew. we will blow the dried feathers of dandelions and follow the way of the few.’
Loanna Haseltine grew up in a log cabin nestled in the middle of the vast tracts of Alaska.
Today her corset and bustier designs continue to be inspired by her origins in the Great North, with references to nature, natural history and biology.
After her studies in Paris at L’Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne and then studied at the Beaux-Arts.
She worked for designers John Galliano, Ocimar Versalato- designer of Lanvin, and then Christian Lacroix.
Her first clients were journalists, and fashion editors of the glossy magazines in Paris: Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire, and L’Officiel de Mode.
Now Haseltine creations have found their way around the world starting in Paris then to London, Moscow, the United States, Asia, Far Asia and the Middle East. Leading members of the cinema, media, and also runway stars wear her designs.
Loanna Haseltine insists in keeping her atelier in Paris, France. This is where everything from the label is made. Each corset or bustier are completely hand-made in Paris and takes 15- 400 hours of craftsman’s attentive care to create.
Corset and bustier styles :
- Handmade Steampunk corset
- Handmade Victorian corset
- Handmade corset Neo victorian style
- Handmade corset Neo edwardian
- Haute couture corsets
- Handmade Moulin Rouge corset
- Handmade Burlesque corset
- Handmade corset Mary (Marie) Antoinette style
- Handmade corset Louis XIV style
Most pieces are one-of-a-kind and can be considered a work of art. Only the finest European natural fabrics, quality materials, natural dyes and pigments are used.
Eco Fashion :
All handmade corsets used are bio-sustainable. The natural dying process of her fabrics is totally environmentally safe.
The noble materials, amazing craftsmanship and real attention to every detail makes for an unparalleled quality that will hold its form and give you many years of satisfaction and pleasure.
Loanna Haseltine desires to create a garment that will be passed down through generations. If it is your intention to buy real beauty in quality, then we invite you to see for yourself.
There’s no denying the difference in quality, craftsmanship of an individually crafted authentic Haseltine design- we take pride in offering true quality in the most uniquely beautiful designs available.
Haseltine garments are hand-made, and most pieces are one-of-a-kind. No one else ANYWHERE in the world will be wearing anything like it![More about hand made corsets and bustiers by Haseltine]
About Haseltine hand-made corsets
Website : https://haseltine-paris.com
Infos : email@example.com
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Loanna Haseltine grew up in a small town nestled among the vast expanses of Alaska.
Since she was young, she has always wanted to be in fashion. She studied haute couture in Paris through the School of the Paris Chamber of Commerce where the styles of different creators such as Yves Saint Laurent, Valentino, Issey Miyake or Courrèges were taught.
The creations of Loanna Haseltine and mainly her corsets and bustiers, which have earned her fame, are inspired by her origins in the Far North, with references to nature, natural history and biology.
Today, Haseltine creations are distributed all over the world, in Paris, then London, Moscow, the United States, Asia, the Far East and the Middle East. They are worn by the most prominent personalities of the cinema, the media as well as celebrities of fashion.
The Haseltine Paris brand enjoys a strong and growing reputation from its international private clientele and from the cover of Vogue, Elle, The Official Fashion, Harper’s Bazaar, Grazia, The International Herald Tribune, The New York Times , the Daily Telegraph and the Financial Times, and Women’s Wear Daily.
The creator of the brand insists on keeping her studio in Paris, France.
“This is where everything is made under our label, each piece is entirely hand-made here and can last from 15 to 400 hours of craftsmanship”.
At Haseltine, the team is made up of only a few craftsmen, where each person is indispensable to the production of the whole; and everyone’s voice is important to the integrity of the brand.