Gallery 2 l
Corset Gallery l
Cathie Jung Photos from various events and
Jeroen van der Klis owner of Bizarre
Design in his original atelier in Amsterdam,
NL--Cathie wearing a corset of his design
Cathie having a full length body model made
of plaster by sculptor Kurt Ingerl in his
studio outside of Vienna, Austria. He is
aided by his wife, textile designer Christa
Cathie with Michael Garrod of True Grace
Corsets in the garden of his home in
Cathie with Mr. Pearl corsetiere and
designer who was working for Thierry Mugler
at that time--on a street in London.
Cathie sitting with corsetiere Diana Medeq
in her home in England. She has retired from
corset making but remains a dear friend to
Cathie on a beach in the Bahamas.
Cathie on her balcony overlooking the sound
in NC. She is wearing a reproduction of a
Cathie Jung is listed in the Guinness Book of World
Records as having the smallest waist on a living
person. At 73 years old, her waist is 15 inches
The cover, CB 22, January 2001 Cathie
& Bob Jung in Amsterdam
We were pleasantly surprised when we could welcome Cathie
and Bob Jung in Amsterdam from the 15th till the 20th of
December 2000. Bob had been invited to Berlin with some
colleagues for a medical congress.
|Cathie in the Lorreinen
restaurant in Amsterdam
||Cathie in a corset of Madame
Diane Medeq with a waist size of 38 cm.
||Cathie in all her splendor
tattooed on Bob's body.
We have already published a lot about Cathie
and Bob. Nevertheless each time there are interesting new
facts to be mentioned. Cathie still has her fascinating
waist of 38 cm. (15 inches). It's common knowledge that
Cathie wears her corset day and night except when she takes
That Cathie fascinates Bob by her waist is not a secret. To
show his admiration Bob has decided to do something very
special. To have his corseted wife with him day and night,
he has put a tattoo on his left upper leg. The tattoo shows
Cathie in a black satin corset, manufactured by Madame Medeq.
Cathie is wearing black stockings, knee-length boots and
gloves. The result is brilliant and we can say the tattoo is
their arrival on Schiphol from Germany there was initially a
considerable problem. At checking in, in Germany, luggage is
kept separate because something might be wrong with the
contents of the suitcases. Because Cathie always takes along
a large collection of corsets in her luggage, it is not
surprising that at the luggage inspection site the warning
bells rang when their luggage was scanned. The same thing
happened when Cathie walked through the control gates.
Cathie and Bob were allowed to pass through the control
gates after if was clear that their carry-on luggage
contained nothing dangerous. However the trunks with the
corsets of Cathie stayed at the airport in Germany.
Consequently they arrived in the Netherlands with only their
hand luggage. Fortunately their other luggage was delivered
the next day in Amsterdam. Loss of this luggage would have
been a real disaster. Her corsets are mostly unique pieces.
Cathie making a telephone call.
Amsterdam had been already decorated with beautiful
Christmas scenery, which gave an extra cachet to their stay
in the capital. We also visited the delicious Stoop
restaurant in the Jordan district in Amsterdam.
The Cover, CB 25 July 2001.
Jung in black and white.
The editors are very happy to be able to let you enjoy
Cathie Jung in a series of photos taken in black and white.
To the loyal readers of the Corsetletter, Cathie and Bob
Jung are no strangers. In November this year, you will have
your chance to meet them personally at the 16th 'Bal des
Gracieuses', held in Neuss (Germany).
Photos above: her 15 inch waistline (38 cm) keeps
Photo: Cathie and Bob Jung in black and white
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