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Corset sculpture by Kalliopi Lemos

Corset sculture by Kalliopi Lemos

The Corset, Bra and Stiletto Heel sculptures by Kalliopi Lemos from the Gazelli Art House in Mayfair are on display in Golden Square gardens near Piccadilly Circus in London. The 2½ meters (8 feet) stainless steel sculptures, each weighing in at 120 Kg, are from the artist’s “Tools of Endearment” series that debate the position of women in society. Bra and Stiletto Heel has previously been on display, but Corset is a new addition.

The sculptures caused some controversy and some people expressed that the found them “dated and sexist”. Councillor Matt Noble response by saying that: “Public art is there to be challenging… I don’t agree that it’s sexist, and I don’t believe we should scrub the area of its history”.
They are planned to stay at this location for six months.

The artist’s web site: http://kalliopilemos.com/project/golden-square-london-tools-of-endearment-big-bra-corset/

Corset sculture by Kalliopi Lemos

Chloe Munnings

Chloe Munnings wearing a corset. (C) News Dog Media

The 26-year-old Chloe Munnings from Norfolk in England has a particular idea of how her ideal appearance should be and that’s having big boobs, big lips, a small nose, and a tiny waist. She does emphasize that she is not into the ‘bimbo’ look: ”I’m trying to remain as elegant as possible.”

Before she started her weight loss, diet, and transformation she had a weight of 92 Kg. She was bullied at school which resulted in low self-esteem and that she felt ugly. After loosing a remarkable 28 Kg she began to feel much more confident. She wears a corset 5 to 6 times per week and has had several cosmetic procedures. Her new appearance has drawbacks as she now gets a lot of criticism from other women. She remains determined to reach her goals.

An article about her: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3822906/Woman-s-spent-27-000-surgery-perfect.html