*・༓☾ The Goddess Shawl ☽༓・*

Every Goddess Shawl is designed and sewn by muahh! My name is Emily, but plZz call me Lem :)

Each radiates it very own special energy, unique & catered to every Goddess, man or woman! These beauties can be worn over fur coats, bikinis or even a cute black dress for a fancy night out.

My goal as a designer and creator, is to make every one of you feel like a rocket full of confetti was just super blasted from your aura & spread across multiple dimensions. I want to make you feel like a rare beautiful gem found in the darkest depths of the ocean, sparkling among all the darkness.

Metaphors on metaphors ladies & gents! But I am telling you, this is how you will feel. You will feel unstoppable and breathtaking because Y O U are.  

Every piece is customized through a collaborative process. I am in constant communication with every customer throughout the process to ensure that the piece is made precisely how you envision.

I want our visions to collide to create something truly spectacular & eccentric. Witnesses will be glancin’ at you twice hunniieZZZzz, you will truly be the L I G H T of the night & the most gorgeous butterfly on the dancefloor.

How it all began…

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Disco Lemonade began as a senior project to complete my Art & Design degree and the creation of the Original Pussy Pant to spread awareness of issues regarding women/men and their sexuality.

Taking inspiration from first and second wave feminist artists, I strive to bring forth issues that are more prevalent today when it comes to the oversexualization of women and the inability to truly reclaim the female body. The grey area between the power of the female nude versus the objectification of a naked body raises a lot of questions about contemporary society.

Through Disco Lemonade, I want to bring awareness to these issues, in order to comment on how mass media has brainwashed society, hindering our ability to truly see a woman for her morality and intelligence, resulting in only seeing her for her idealized beauty. I want to point out gender roles and how their existence is not only another example of how our brains have been molded by society, but they have created a false reality of what is valuable, beautiful or desirable.

I want people to wear my clothes to make a statement and create a sense of uneasiness with not only what they see, but the questions the clothes may bring up. I aim to bring forth underlying issues that many choose to ignore on a day-to-day basis, and consequently force them to think about how society has come to this.

I would like to create an atmosphere where you can wear anything you damn well please...male or female. Be who you are and dress how you WANT, regardless of what is politically correct, orthodox or trendy.