Which lovely famous Country Music SUPERSTAR just wrapped up a fabulous new music video project, wearing an exquisite Gothic mourning gown, especially made for the project by Romance novel seamstress extraordinaire, Alethea Sayers? read more WHO is the Country Western SUPERSTAR wearing Alethea Sayers Bustle Dress Costume by Alethea Sayers The Northern California Victorian Society at is proud to team up to co-present with The San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles, to announce of an important Exhibition on 19th century Victorian Crazy Quilts, named Still Crazy,exhibiting November 17, 2009- February 7, 2010... Explore the historic homes dating back through the ages, the abundant gardens and farmsteads, indulge in award-winning breakfasts and dinners, relax in the tranquillity of stunning views and peaceful countryside.Each of the Lodges is personally inspected to ensure hospitableness, warmth, and service.
wishes to extend our warmest "Thank Yous" for everyone participating in this year's contest...Seamstress Alethea Sayers creates her exquisite Edwardian styled designs often with authentic antique laces and novelties incorporated into her designs for any Titanic styled event, the yearly upcoming, 1913 "Somewhere in Time" weekend at Macinac Island, or, for "Downton Abbey" themed soirees and Edwardian-themed dinner parties.Here at Bustledress, we love great looks from the past...Imagine movies, "Moulin Rouge" with Nicole Kidman's "Satine," and Scarlet Johannsen's sexy magician's assistant seen in, "The Illusionist" or, the new "Sherlock Holmes." Rhonda Griffin is your "go-to" bustle designer for the bustle of your dreams. ; ) Think of a Victorian Audrey Hepburn, a Victorian theme dinner or birthday party, or dressing on stage as the lovely Princess Carlotta, Queen Victorian, or the beautiful Queen Alexandria.You would look mighty Royal at a Victorian-themed party, sporting one of these quality sparkling tiaras!Extensive information is available on The information, much of it unique, is taken from original cartes de visite and cabinet cards in the Victorian Image Collection. I loved the art work and the script of Augusta’s name and the design of the back of his pictures which leads me to new searches.