What Katie Did’s Cabaret Torsolette makes it’s first appearance in Lone Wolf magazine in a shoot styled by Thea Lewis. Our Cabaret Torsolette is a piece of light control shapewear made from sheer organza and powermesh. Like with all our shapewear, it incorporates spiral steel boning. This piece was inspired by a vintage torsolette a customer brought in to our London boutique and contains the same vintage features including a vintage stitch detail on the front and cathedral boning on the cups. Available in peach or black.

Although we try to keep track of our press, sometimes an appearance comes as a complete surprise so we’re thrilled to see Sabina Kelley on the cover of Germany’s Dynamite magazine in our Cabaret Torsolette. This isn’t the first time Sabina has worn our lingerie (check her our in our VLV11 fashion show).

Our Cabaret Torsolette is a strapless bodyshaper made from sheer organza and powermesh. Its’ light weight makes it ideal for wearing in the warmer months, but rest assured it will smooth out those lumps and bumps. Like all our shapewear it contains spiral steel boning don’t bend out of shape like plastic boning can.

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Anonymous responds:
"I Like torsolettes. I think the brave lady facing a circular saw should wear a torsolette. It would be a two piece outfit afterwards of course but would look good. Hope she will be allright.”

Great idea! After the magic act she, or her next of kin, would simply need to catch-stitch a waistband to the lower half and finish the seam on the upper half with a topstitch or rolled whip-stitch to get a great matching bra and girdle set. Another helpful hint: Hydrogen Peroxide is great at getting out blood stains: dab on, let set, cold rinse, and wash as you normally would.

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The magician performing the saw-the-lady-in-half trick is a trained expert. DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS AT HOME!

The saw-the lady-in-half trick is an exhibition not a competition. No wagering.