The rest lined up like something out of the French fairy tales she uses as inspiration. (Her latest collection was inspired by Cinderella, penned by French author Charles Perrault in 1697, and the 1970s French film Donkey Skin, which is based on the 1695 Peau d’âne fable.) Before long, she had acquired more than 16,000 followers on the platform, where she shares her selection of “high-fantasy” corsets, all of which are made using materials you can find in your home, like embroidered tea towels and tablecloths. She’s garnering attention on TikTok, too. There, you can find videos of her intricate process. See: Evans transforming a towel printed with a map of Scotland that her mum bought at a tourism shop into an Eilish-approved bustier.