With PIN UP Star Sabina Kelley on the cover this issue 9 is full of surprises and latex fashion of course. Stunning model pictures from Sabina, Sister Sinister from Sweden and The Richard, the Horror Movie Actor from Montreal.
I’m planning to start up as a freelancer later this year. I love to work from home and enjoy the flexibility it gives me so I can spend more time with our little daughter, support our family and still have time for writing on my latex blog.
"Before, you were a tart or a whore if you wore this sort of thing, and now you're a powerful woman."
The Baroness, started the first woman-owned latex design company in North America 20 years ago. She's dressed people ranging from Lady Gaga's entourage during that 2011 Grammys egg stunt to Serena Williams.
We called on Atsuko Kudo, the designer behind Kim and Rita Ora's famous looks, to custom design a latex dress from scratch for MailOnline writer Hanna Flint, 26, who said she felt 'amazing' in her outfit.
Slovakian designer Peter Jakubik created a kinky pony girl version of the classic rocking horse. The various pony girls come with each their unique style and color, and half of them are wearing kinky latex clothing and hoods.
2015 marks two landmarks in the life of fetish photographer Steve Diet Goedde: his 50th birthday, and 25 years as a photographer.
We are celebrating these landmarks by creating three volumes compiling iconic images from the Steve Diet Goedde archive and never before seen images from these now-legendary photo sessions featuring a legion of celebrated models. This is the definitive retrospective of the images of Steve Diet Goedde, carefully edited by Eric Kroll.
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I have, as some of you already noticed, started blogging again on a regular basis and also updated the blog design with a fresh new look. This is all a part of the revival of the 3xL blog and my return to the rubber realm.
Photography: Steven Klein/Art Partner Early this month when Kim Kardashian and Rita Ora showed up at the same London party wearing similar pale pink latex dresses, we were sure that a) some stylist lost her head and b) the second-skin pieces could...
In a fashion face-off of epic proportions, Kim Kardashian and Rita Ora showed up at the same London party last Thursday sheathed in nearly identical flesh-toned latex dresses by Japanese designer Atsuko Kudo.
Kardashian restrained her roller-coaster curves in a high-necked number while Ora slapped on a pencil dress with a bondage collar.
They’re just the latest stars to don once-taboo latex clothing, which is moving out of the dungeon as “Fifty Shades of Grey” gets closer to tying up $500 million in global ticket sales.
As Quartz has reported, latex has been slowly marching from a sideline fetish into mainstream fashion. It appeared recently on runways such as Marc by Marc Jacobs’, in looser, duller-surfaced garments. But what we saw at Dior was of the skintight, high-shine quality that so many fans of the material fetishize. That’s how French fashion editor Carine Roitfeld styled the stuff for Pirelli’s 2015 calendar, and even Kim Kardashian has been pushing the material into the public eye.
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