The Corset Paradise finally closed its doors in 2016, with the initial intention of a year’s hiatus from corset making. Prior to the closure, Jenni and her assistants pre-stitched a vast number of plain corset bases. The plan was for these to be embellished from a home work space over the following months at a much slower pace.
The collection of corset was named ‘Butterflies & Moths’: the former referring to the brighter toned satins in cyclamen pink and ruby red, the latter to muted shades of truffle and mouse brown. However, life had other plans. Jenni only finished a handful of these corsets after the workshop closure. The joy of corsetmaking had gone, and she eventually made the decision to close the brand indefinitely in 2018.
Nevertheless, in 2019, Jenni was persuaded to briefly return to corset world, collaborating with three other renowned corsetieres (Pop Antique & Vanyanís) to create a bridal ensemble. Each maker worked on their specialism, with Jenni taking charge of embellishment.