Our Business

Taylor Lane handcrafts couture Gowns, Bras and Corsets of the finest quality.

Every one of our designs are made from start to finish in our manufacturing facility in Fort Worth, TX.

We source fabrics of the highest quality from suppliers in areas all over the world such as Italy, France, Spain and more. Each gown, bra or corset can be made to your custom measurements and specifications.

We offer a limited stock of basic Over Bust and Waist Cinching Corsets for sale in our showroom.

About Taylor Lane

In her early 20’s in 2001 Taylor began teaching her self to sew while going college where she began making custom garments for numerous people she knew. Although her degree was in the field of culinary arts, Taylor was young and like so many others at that age she was trying to find her niche. She found she had a natural talent for pattern drafting and garment fitting. After graduating Taylor worked in a popular Denver Sushi restaurant and received training as a professional sushi chef. All the while still making garments on the side. In fact she supplied a few of the restaurants she worked at with customized shirts for the men and women. Having grown up with a mother who owned an embroidery business Taylor was familiar with the apparel decoration process. She had become quite skilled in the art of bra and corset making and her side business was growing as her skills grew. She wrote an article for sew news magazine in 2003 about how to clone your favorite fitting bra. After 5 years in the sushi chef business Taylor made the decision to pursue where her true passion continued to draw her back time and time again. Taylor’s 1st production shop was in Arlington on Division street in 2010 where she developed and produced her first line of basic corsets and a Luxury Line with a Texas Western twist. These corsets are made to be worn as outer wear not undergarments. While selling her garments at market Taylor met the owner of a now well know western boot company. This let to a 2 year position consulting as director of design and development to help them launch their line. In this position she had to work with up to 8 different designers as well s coordinate with the factory regarding all issues. This was an invaluable experience that only let to more growth in her understanding of garment production. 

Coming in 2018 we are proud to announce that we will be reopening with our newly remolded show room. We will feature our new designer gowns available on display to assist you in visualizing your own unique creation.