“Dresses directly inspired by the uniforms worn by the slaves of Chateau Roissy in the infamous French novel The Story of O. What do they look like, you ask? “An 18th century design that left the breasts exposed, and were split from the floor to the waist both front and back so that the wearer “was constantly available for immediate use.’” The designers behind the O Dress have thoughtfully put their own little practical twist on it by selling the dress as a separate bodice and skirt. All dresses are custom-made, to your specifications. Meaning, their gallery is full of the same dress, but done over and over in seemingly endless incarnations. They also sell toys and accessories.