The worlds most famous fetish, body art, burlesque & fantasy club is launching a new online TV channel.
Torture Garden TV will launch fully in October 2009 as a members subscription site, but is currency in beta and can therefor be viewed for free.
So be sure to check out extreme freak shows, exotic burlesque, erotic performances and couture fashion shows from Torture Gardens notorious club nights. Plus fetish celebrity interviews, club chat with outrageous party freaks and the confessional interrogation booth where all is revealed!
Lust Restaurant is a Fetish Restaurant in Paris, France. It’s located in the heart of the city, Le Marais; its unique concept combines exquisite french kitchen with chic decoration and there, even the staff is in fetish dresscode!
In the ground floor, everybody is welcome for dinning in a relaxed atmosphere but if you’re looking for a wilder experience, it’s in the underground floor where things becomes serious. To go downstairs, you have to respect the fetish dresscode: Leather, Latex clothing, Spandex, Vinyl and all those other extraordinary Fetish looks: Rubberdoll, Zentai, Spandex.
With a beautiful lounge for taking a drink before dinning or sharing a coffee at the end of the meal, or even some soft playing for the most daring, the atmosphere is friendly and very conductive to meetings, a perfect start for the wildest parties.
It’s a great place for meeting other like-minded people, favorising sociability in fetish communities and also for having a dinning before going out to a fetish event or just for having a nice moment with friends in Fetish clothes. There’s even a changing room for those who does not want or dare to cross the city in Latex clothes.
Last night 3XL and LatexKitty celebrated their 2-week anniversary with a kinkier wedding after party. Close to 20 latexclad friends joined them for cocktails and appetizers at their home.
LatexKitty made all the pieces shown above for their second wedding celebration, all in less than one week–very impressive! I arrived early to help the newlyweds with party preparations, and made the food. Of course I also wore latex–a prim black maid’s dress and apron, naturally.
I was rather adamant that every party guest enjoy my food, and I’m pretty sure they did. I think in the end even the most stubborn guest tried my goodies, with a little assistance from my friend the Idiot, of course!
We also enjoyed a kinky wedding cake, lovingly baked by the original wedding cake’s baker, 3XL’s super-talented sister. Delicious voluptuous rich chocolate, yum!
We partied and chatted until the wee hours when we left the happy couple to sweet dreams and a well-deserved slumber.
You can see all the photos from the party in the event section of the latex gallery.
These days, there’s more latex designers on Etsy.com than you can shake a stick at!
It appears there are lots of start-ups who show promise, as well as more established designers such as Lust Designs, Fierce Couture, Hedony and Maggine Dalena among others.
During a recent visit, I came across 3 fairly new shops with gorgeous offerings.
Feast your eyes on the lush Victorian styles of Peccatus, Latex Couture, a designer based in Camden Lock in London. I’m a sucker for well-photographed fetish wear, but the detail has also got to be there, and the close-ups on the 17 pieces for sale sure have impressed me!
Gigi Deluxe, the Chicago artist and House of Bias muse is a talented exceptional milliner. She’s also got an Etsy storefront, featuring 3 exquisite latex hats crafted from feathers, net, crystals and House of Bias prints. I’m fantasizing about this retro feeling hat and how it could offset a plain black latex dress or even a vintage crepe number.
Venus Prototype is a familar face in the fetish world, and she’s also selling her designs at Etsy. Her shop showcases fetish classics with a modern new edge, like this rockabilly dress, for instance. Sweet!
And finally, Libidex is having another terrific sale–25% off all latex–just in time for planning your Fetish Weekend outfit, or maybe your Rubber Ball catsuit!
Our Summer Sale runs from today (17th July) until Monday 17th August.
Please note discount does not apply to customised items, or to Made-to-Fit or Express services, which will be charged at a percentage of the non-discounted price.
If you are interested in latex DIY projects like this, I suggest that you visit Latex Kitty’s popular blog: Making Latex Clothing.
UPDATE: We decided to chlorinate our latex shower curtain to make it last longer and to get a nice soft and less sticky surface. You can either chlorinate your latex yourself or pay someone do it for you.
Demask (Dortmund) is offering chlorination as a service – no matter what brand, charge pr. amount of surface.