JOROGUMO. The New Torture Garden Clothing Collection designed by Florence Druart for House of Harlot was launched at Midnight on February 15 2014 and is now available online or from House of Harlot in London.
This essential subculture event will be held at The Flying Dutchman on the four Thursdays of February. These independent films reflect the fetish lifestyle and are thought-provoking and inspiring. A rare opportunity to watch them!
The first official trailer for Jupiter Ascending is out. The still of the youtube clip shows actress Christina Cole wearing a custom latex suit made at House of Harlot. There are a few more to be seen in the “bath” scene too. And more to come no doubt! Exciting!
Aside from being written & directed by the Wachowskis, and starring Channing-fucking-Tatum, it's interesting to see latex increasingly coming to the fore in the movies.
There’s a whole summer and more between the infamous Comic-Con in San Diego and the one happening this weekend in NYC, and granted the one in Cali sees more Hollywood movie stuff and the one in at the Javits Center in Manhattan is replete with...
“Some think Amsterdam is a city of sin but in truth it is a city of freedom. And in freedom, most people find sin.” John Green Amsterdam, a city that caters to various vices, has been at the forefront of liberation for many decades.
Windy City Times News Archive - Mr. Internat'l Rubber announces judges Mr. International Rubber (MIR) has announced the judges for MIR 17, to be held Nov. 8-10 at the Center on Halsted, 3656 N. Halsted St.
Stylish latex shop “Essential Latex” is having a Super Flash Sale! The sales runs from now until the 22nd, midnight Eastern Standard Time, there are 25% off every item over $30, including already marked off items.
Meat Clothing a collaborative fashion venture of London based designers Bo Claridge and Alis Pelleschi. Specialising in latex clothing, their brand was born out of their belief that the material could transcend fetish-wear clichés.
The classic movie Preaching to the Perverted was a huge success, still showing in cinemas and still selling in DVD and Blu-Ray after 16 years.
Starring Tom Bell, Julie Graham, Roger Lloyd Pack, Guinevere Turner, Keith Allen, Ricky Tomlinson, Georgina Hale, etc, it made an impact far outside of the fetish world. Combining a serious political script with a big dose of good humour, it struck a chord worldwide.
Now, the campaign to film the sequel, Tortured in the Orchard, is under way. The new film will be made by the same director/producer, Stuart Urban, who made the original film as well as hours of BAFTA-winning TV dramas and internationally released movies.
I can't begin to express how excited I am that this could happen!
At the British Academy Cymru Awards at the Wales Millennium Centre on Sunday 29 September, The Machine won the Special Achievement for Film along with Best Costume Design – and the Libidex outfit was amongst the star features.
The outfit is worn in the film by Caity Lotz, who plays a robotic machine with features and figure barely distinguishable from humans, and with an artificial intelligence that far exceeds mankind. She is created in an almost Frankensteineque fashion by a scientist (Toby Stephens) deep in a subterranean bunker and emerges clad from head to toe in Libidex latex!
An impressively slick and intense British sci-fi film, writer/director Caradog James’s The Machine may sport a rather bland title but is a stylish fantasy thriller, blending the Frankenstein story with Blade Runner and coming up with a beautifully shot futuristic tale brimming with memorable moments.
The film, which closed the UK’s Raindance Film Festival and is set to open in the UK in March 2014, should attract distributor given its sleek and often sexy core of a female super solider (aka the Machine) whose underlying compassion and humanity sets her/it against its cruel creators. Its strong genre credentials should appeal to niche distributors and genre festival exposure will be guaranteed.
Wasteland Amsterdam – Europe’s Biggest Fetish Event NOVEMBER 30th 2013 Location: Northsea Venue, Amsterdam -Zaandam (Netherlands), Hemkade 48 Time: 22.00 – till 06.00 hour Tickets: 49,50 Euro Pre sale (ex fee) Europe’s biggest and best known fetish...
"The Future of Flesh," from director Luke Gilford for Document Journal magazine, narrated by Jane Fonda with score by Jake Shears of the Scissor Sisters. Featuring Syren Couture latex with clothing by Prada, Autumn/Winter collection 2013. Stylist: Jahleel Weaver