Dawnamatrix Designs by Dawn, offers beautiful long and short latex kimonos with Japanese inspired motives in delicate applications. Dawn was formally trained in the art of kimono wearing while living in Japan for three years in rural Takayama City. I actually meet Drawn in Tokyo in 2004, when she and I was guests at the Rubber Restaurant.
Dawn wanted to fuse the beauty and elegance of kimonos with the sensuality and graphic quality of latex. Her kimono patterns reflect authentic kimonos, featuring variable sizing and open sleeve backs for comfort and ease of movement.
Any of Dawn’s kimonos may be worn with traditional Japanese kimono garments such as naga-juban (under kimono) or authentic obi and accessories. For a more modern look, these latex kimono may also be paired with her latex obi, corset or waist clincher.
Last year, for the first time in my life, I had a catsuit made with built-in breast cups.
I feel the need to share this experience with you all as this knowledge may improve on your own experiences…
Up until this point I had always worn a bra beneath my latex as I am a very well-endowed woman and need the support.
I never knew what it was like to feel latex on my breasts and, frankly, had never considered this until last summer.
A client of mine had offered to pay for a new catsuit and a friend of mine was having a birthday party as a special fetish event.
It occurred to me to design something special, I did some “window-shopping” online for inspiration, took a pencil to paper and drew up something very special indeed.
I called my latex-maker Ewa of Latexworks to make an appointment for a consultation.
I showed her the design, expressed that I wanted built-in breast cups and her hand promptly went to her forehead in the universal “I have a headache now” gesture.
“This will be very difficult, Marina” she said. “I’ll have to charge you $200 for the pattern alone, on top of the cost of the suit!”
“That’s ok.” I replied. “My client i paying for it and if this works out you can hang on to the pattern and make me more gear based on the same concept”.
She told me she would need for me to give her a bra I wouldn’t mind having taken apart so she could create the cup pattern. I already knew this would be the case and had one ready for her
The pattern was indeed difficult and the outfit took several fittings to get perfect – and Ewa is a perfectionist.
It was challenging enough that she had to courier it to me on the day of the event and I hadn’t had a chance to try it on before my boy’s arrival from out of town.
We were both getting ready to go out.
He was in my room and I was in the bathroom.
I first covered myself in silicone lube. I then slipped in my legs. So far a perfect fit. I pulled up the suit and slid in my arms. Still good.
Then, as I was zipping up the front and felt it completely encase my breasts I let out a squeal of joy – like a child on Xmas day!
My boy overheard my exclamation and called out to me “Wow, is it just amazing?”
I was overjoyed with this new sensation AND what it did for my shape.
I looked and felt quite wonderful to the point of finding myself speechless – a very rare occurrence.
I gleefully walked to my bedroom to show my boy.
He grinned at me broadly saying “Wow, you look amazing!” and I knew he was right.
I have to reiterate here that what was more notable than how I looked was how I felt.
I had never experienced this sensation.
This was the very first time in my life that I had experienced the feel of latex gliding all over my entire body with a thin silicone film in between.
I finally knew what it was like to feel this sensation all over my breasts without a bra in the way.
It was beyond delicious – I honestly lack the vocabulary to find the perfect word to describe what I felt and for the first time!
I knew from that point onward I would have to get most – if not all – of my outfits made with built-in cups so I could look and feel like this all the time.
I urge all of you ladies reading this to seriously consider having an outfit made this way so you may know the feeling.
“In 1997, Mr. International Rubber, a.k.a. Rubber Blowout Weekend, began under the ownership of Cell Block. Much like its counterpart, International Mr. Leather, the weekend includes a competition, vendor market and after-hours events. But according to Schendel (or “Rubberwilli”), who won the pageant in ’03, while the event may have boosted drink sales, it also cost a lot for the bar to underwrite. And Cell Block’s cramped quarters meant it couldn’t properly accommodate MIR. Holding the vendor market each afternoon while the competition and after-parties happened each night was a logistical nightmare, Schendel says. “The vendor would have to set up then tear down, then set up then tear down,” he says. “It was really just a mess for them.”
At last year’s event, Center on Halsted executive director Tico Valle, who served as a competition judge, suggested the Center as an alternative venue: Its Hoover-Leppen Theater and Billie Jean King Recreation Hall could better house the competition and market. Valle’s offer inspired John Jacobs, also a judge last year, to purchase the contest from Cell Block and form MIR Contest LLC with Schendel.”
3XL’s sexy post with the Russian beer girls made me feel a bit patriotic, wishing something cool like that existed in my home country. Well, lucky for me, it does!
Here’s a shot of some local Moonshot Beer girls at a recent Rhode Island promo in latex tank tops I made for my dear friend who’s started her own brewery!
Apologies for the bad pic quality… replacement to come.