Wilde Hunt Corsetry

Photography by Rachel Lauren Larissa Boiwka chose a name with a grand and mythic history when she crea ted her bespoke cor set company. She first considered the name for her business after she was introduced to the myth of...
Fashion and textile designer Jan Knibbs, whose couture work we feature in “Time for Changelings” on the preceding pages, recently fulfilled a dream she’s had since she was a child: opening a magical treasure-filled shop in the heart of an...
Incorporating a love of all things fairy tale and fairy into day-to-day life is a constant challenge. It helps to find little ways to add a touch of whimsy or magic into everyday wardrobe items. Two makers of fashionable...
One of the greatest draws for modern people to the Romantic past is a fashion aesthetic dramatically different from our own. It’s true for everyone, though women typically more readily admit they adore the idea of flowing silks and wools,...
We hope you're having a positively faerie-esque week wherever you are and just want to share some exciting news! In the coming months, we'll be offering lovely faerie wear designed by Faerie founder and publisher Kim Cross, in collaboration with...
  When thinking of our favorite medieval-inspired fashions, we couldn’t help but turn our minds (and hearts) to our favorite show, Game of Thrones, and all our beloved (and beloved to be hated) Targaryens and Starks and Lannisters and their enviably...
A Checklist for Living Like the Aunts
  In a flash of light, Titania’s court arrives, all berry-stained lips and shimmering wings. Their gowns are gossamer and diaphanous, their eyelids drooping languidly in the dreamtime of a thick summer afternoon. Queen Titania herself leads them in merry...
We asked Kambriel about the clothing she made for the project—and for fashion tips for those of us who plan to attend a Victorian fairy tea party ourselves (or just look like we might!). Faerie Magazine: So tell us about...
  Photography by Steve Parke. Model: Crystal Chandler   When Lynn Hurst of South Carolina’s Moss Hollowe Farms isn’t tending to her small flock of sheep, dairy goats, chickens, ducks, guineas, and peacocks, or selling eggs and produce and fairy soap at...