From out of the Dark Forest - Emerges the Queen with her Army. The Wizard never far from her side protecting their path with his spells and incantations, her Faerys ready to dart hither and thither to be seen and unseen as their Queen commands. The Drummer beats their procession as they wind their way upon the path. Don’t try to surprise them as the Dark Knight will find you first. The Royal Crown was designed and created by the Royal Milliner himself Mr. Luke Song.
“All hail the Queen!” - The House of Hunt and Liliane Hunt (crowned by the Mad Hatter milliner extraordinaire Mr. Luke Song), resplendent in the royal colors of the Queen’s household hit the streets for their 8th Folsom Street Fair. The War Horses dressed in purple finery, a mysterious Wizard, poisonous apples and secret agents; just another ride in the park for the Queen’s royal entourage.
The Dark Sophisticate - The stage was set for The House of Hunt’s 6th attendence at The Folsom Street Fair with the acquisition of the jet black Christian Dior J’adore neck piece. “It is not a matter of just wearing clothes to an event. Anyone can do that,” declares Liliane Hunt self titled fetishist, “the real trick, is to let the pieces find you, then the real magic begins.” Just another Sunday stroll for The House of Hunt.
The Queen of the Night - Was the inspiration behind The House of Hunt’s 7th annual Folsom Street Fair. The Queen Liliane Hunt, crowned with black orchids, by her Mad Hatter milliner Mr. Luke Song. Reminiscent of a Victorian funeral procession, with her black and pewter custom carriage built by Sex and Metal. The Horses were decked with all the trappings of stately pageantry, mirroring the black and purple accents of their dark Queen.
“Roll up, roll up! For the most extraordinary circus in town!” Ladies and Gentleman may I present the ring Mistress herself, Liliane Hunt! Pulled in her carriage throughout the Folsom Street Fair by her candy striped zebra. Security for the day brought to you by her fearless, pint sized watchdog on patrol, the one and only Tyke Puppy. “Onward Zebra!”
Leather and latex, was the theme of The House of Hunt’s 4th trip through The Folsom Street Fair. Always a trend setter, Liliane Hunt wore a custom leather dress with matching gauntlets created by J T Stockroom. Completing the look, she had all of her assistants (and even the panther pulling her carriage) in latex gas masks. Asking Liliane about the inspiration for the gas masks, she stated “Aside from the clean lines and irresistibly smooth finish, it really is quite effective in avoiding unnecessary conversation.” Well now you have it, the secret behind Sunday morning peace and quiet!
Red Riding Hood and the Wolf was the theme behind The House of Hunts 2nd trip to Folsom Street Fair. Liliane Hunt as Red Riding Hood, all grown up, dressed in custom red and black leather accompanied by a (very well behaved) leather wolf and another trotting on a leash close at hand. The House of Hunt, bringing fairy tales to life in ways you never dared to imagine.
To the Manor Born, for the House of Hunt’s 3rd Folsom Street fair. At first glance you might be excused for thinking; the Lady of the Manor was simply out for a Sunday stroll in her carriage. Upon second glance, you may notice her butler, parlor maid, ladies maid, puppy, pony and a gentleman in a 1930s tuxedo corralling the press. Putting a perversely delightful twist on the English Aristocracy, one can only imagine what a weekend at this country estate might entail.
Best Dressed at Folsom! An accolade graciously accepted for what was to become an annual event for Liliane Hunt and The House of Hunt. Featured in both the SF Chronicle and SF Luxe, on her very first visit, Liliane quickly became known as one of the must see stars of this international fetish event. Culminating in her role as part of the Folsom Forever Documentary, which premiered in 2014.