Fetish Fashion: Undressing the Corset

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Green Candy Press, 2002 - Photography - 109 pages
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'Fetish Fashion' is a treat for the eyes and minds of all readers. The corset has been around for hundreds of years and has survived through all of fashion’s trends. But why do some of us bother wearing a piece of clothing that restricts movement, can be uncomfortable, and is certainly not worn en mass? 'Fetish Fashion' exposes the many reasons people still love to wear them - as a fetish accessory and form of sexual expression. Used to mold and alter the body, corsets are one of the most personal items of clothing. These fascinating accessories seem to transform both the body, and mind. In 'Fetish Fashion', the models exude a feeling of comfort and control, highlighting the provocative, sensual, and magical aspects of this undergarment. The book explores the power of the corset and effect on its wearers. Photographer Larry Utley’s creative use of shape, shadow, light, and texture teases the eye. In addition, some of the photographs have been combined with digital media to create unique visually striking images.

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About the author (2002)

Larry Utley is an artist and photographer whose work has been exhibited worldwide.

Carey-Adamme is the founder of Dark Garden, a business specializing in custom-designed corsets.

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