A friend spotted this ad for the new “F by Ferragamo” fragrance. The fragrance is described as a modern floral full of fruity and bright facets like jasmine flower, rose touched with spice, and orange flower rich with leathery undertones. A truly sensual floral bouquet.
The new issue of Marquis Magazine is out!
Again with exclusive photo series, meticulously researched articles from the scene, interviews and reports, the latest news from the world of fetishism, art, culture and fashion, in addition to erotic fetish stories from the best authors, beautifully illustrated by the scene’s leading artists!
More details at Marquis website.
The latest (October 2006) GQ Style magazine has a very stylish fashion shoot with female latex styles by House of Harlot, Atsuko Kudo, Bondinage and Torture Garden. Full colour cover shot and 10 page colour, B&W spread. I love the fact that they have “3xL” on the cover: Live, Life, Lux!
Issue details: GQ Style Autumn/Winter 2006/07, Issue 3, cover price: GBP 5.
Fraeulein Ehrhardt just keeps adding one marvelous latex design to her website. Katja’s sweet and sexy latex clothing appeals to any girl – fetishist or not!
Coeur-Jolly features wild corsets, sensual dresses, mysterious masks, micro-skirts, fetish toys and even submission armchairs born from recycled rubber. The raw material is treated until taking a surprising aspect of leather, while preserving the sensation of rubber.
A+B Latex is a French latex designer offering a huge range of “old school” and “classic” latex clothing. At first the site may appear cheap, but if take a look in the Men section, it’s huge! You just keeps scrolling and scrolling and…
The high fashion designers have had their eyes on latex and PVC for long, so it’s no wonder that the materials makes it to the catwalks from time to time. Gareth Pugh is back with another kinky collection.
Style.com writes: “The cotton-covered runway suddenly inflated into a billowing river, and out stepped a latex-masked creature in humongous Lucite platforms and a full-skirted checkerboard dress. He, she, it (gender soon ceased to matter) was followed by yet more outrageous figures, their completely covered bodies and faces
sprouting 3-D geometrical protrusions. Each was wearing some kind of coat made in bristling patchworks of black-and-white vinyl, survival-blanket silver foil, or plastic blown up with air.“
Some of the outfits made me think of the splendid new Torture Gardens Clothing designs (shown on left) that I first saw at the German Fetish Ball back in June.
See Gareth Pugh’s collection for spring 2007 at Style.com.