Above: Leonie nightgown and robe
Above: Grace nightgown and robe
Above: Angelou bra and girdle
Above: Pankhurst bra, knicker and girdle skirt
I've pledged to receive either the 'Grace' or 'Leonie' 1930s' inspired gown and robe sets, saving £85. I'm still a bit torn as to which one to go for, but I think 'Leonie' is slightly in the lead because the dressing gown is a bit more practical for covering up when the post lady's at the door. And those batwing sleeves are wonderful, especially with the button detail at the cuffs.
If you can't stretch to pledging for some knickers, you can chip in from £1. And if you can't make a contribution on any level, you could still end up with a custom corset if you enter their murder mystery competition. Just watch the videos, share the campaign, and guess who the murderer is. I've placed my bet already, I have a hunch.
All of their items are made in the UK and they really do source quality fabrics and make designs that are entirely practical and wearable on a daily basis, not just for the boudoir. I have a couple of their roll on girdles, a few of their bra and knicker sets, and a Vargas dress. More information on their Kickstarter campaign is on their page here.
What do you think of their range?