The Census Print Laceup Corset

The Census Print Laceup Corset


The Census Print Laceup Corset features steel boning, laceup detail on the side and back, and a unisex flatline shape. Can be worn alone or layered over other pieces for a different look. 

The Census Print originates from a 1916 Canadian Census document wherein Ducharme's maternal great-grandfather, James Lavallee, is listed with a "French" racial origin, which was later scratched out and replaced with an "Indian" tribal origin. This speaks to the Metis Nation's ongoing identity struggle and fight for recognition of their rights as Indigenous peoples. The Metis are a post-contact Indigenous nation descended from European settlers and Indigenous peoples. 

Custom print, exclusive to the EVAN DUCHARME STUDIO.

Side and back laceup detail.

Steel boning stays throughout.

Bound finish on hem.

Size XS/S, M/L, XL/XXL

Models wear Size XS/S.

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