Kurt Mulhousen, the man behind Artwith Latex, lost both of his parents after a tragic fire burned down their home earlier this month. All of Kurt’s clients and friends wish to help him in these hard times, so they are arranging a benefit event called “Art Loves Latex”. All proceeds go to benefit the the Artwith Latex family tragedy.
MC Miss Malicious
Latex fashion Show by Dollskin Designs and Artwith Latex
Caricatures by Miguel
Jewelry from Artwith Latex and One Star Designs
Raffle featuring goodies from:
Shangi-La Medi Spa
One Star Designs
V for Vermuth Makeup Artistry
more to be announced…
Doors at 9pm
$15 under 21
$10 over 21
$5 off with VIP Dog Tag
2424 Swiss Avenue
Dallas TX 75204
Oh what a rubbery treat it is to be “forced” into perusing the rubber catalogues in pursuit of a suitable new haute couture garment worthy enough for the world premiere of the mysterious Rubber Cult Total Rubber Event on Saturday September 22nd.
To date Rubber Cult devotees have been able to observe the worship with rubbery apostles Sister Cynth Icorn, Sister Kim and Brother Larvatus Prodeo at a variety of events showcasing in the London fetish calendar over the last year:
• Torture Garden at Mass, St Matthew’s Church 2011
• Fangtasia at The Resistance Gallery 2011
• Torture Garden Easter Ball Ministry of Sound 2012 – Semana Santa Ritual
• Antichrist Birthday Party June 29th 2012 – Perverted Penitential Procession
We watched these performances with the appropriate degree of Awe and Wonder. Now it’s a chance for us rubber enthusiasts to enter the sacred circle of Rubber Cult with this unprecedented occasion of “dressing for perverted pleasure”. For the first time in the UK rubberists will be treated to a night of pure indulgence. Performances, play and most of all, outfits will be strictly rubbery.
This is a RUBBER ONLY event so PVC, leather and, god forbid, fabric(!) just won’t hack it I’m afraid. Those rubber monitors guarding the entrance will be caressing and sniffing those who enter this rubber realm, so a whiff of anything other than the sweet, chocolately gorgeousness that is our beloved latex/rubber/gummi (delete as appropriate), will result in unceremonious ejection. Do not try to bend this Cult Commandment. You have been warned…!
Cynth Icorn quotes, “A pair of nylons worn with a dress is OK but a fabric T-shirt with rubber jeans is not. This is the first and only rubber dress code club in the UK and we want you to make the first night the stuff of legends.”
I’m convinced it will be. I’m counting down the days on my Rubber Bastards calendar as we speak. In the meantime, back to that outfit of haute couture rubberyness. I’m torn between some eye popping creations on the HW Design website… or, there’s this little number from ABlatex (you may need to scroll down until you find something described as “jogging suit”). Those resident in the UK will recognise this as none other than the iconic shell suit, much beloved garb of chavvy individuals in possession of the notorious ASBO (Anti Social Behaviour Order). I wonder what the rubber bouncers would make of someone turning up in chav couture, though strictly speaking it does follow the rubber rules to the letter.
So shall it be chav couture or haute couture? Decisions, decisions…
The Rubber Cult Total Rubber Event will be on Saturday 22nd September, from 8pm to 2am at Shillibeers, Carpenter’s Mews, North Road, Islington, London, N7 9EF. Tickets are not available online but can be purchased at London latex clothing boutiques (see website for details) or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org price £20.
Trendhunter.com writes: “Poison Candy Latex has just upped the ante when it comes to the love and devotion fans have for the ‘Star Trek’ franchise. The company has created sensual Star Fleet uniforms made for the likes of kinky Deanna Troi and Beverly Crusher wannabes. Made out of skintight latex, the uniforms may only come in the red version, but it will win over any fans’ heart.
Creating these latex Star Trek uniforms just in time for Comic Con in Montreal, Canada, which will take place in September, Poison Candy Latex will be unveiling these costumes to an eagerly awaiting audience. They could easily showcase them at a fetish conference as well.
Poison Candy Latex prides itself on making styles that “take route in pop culture and traditional latex fetish,” as stated on their Facebook page.”
UPDATE: Sadly Poison Candy Latex has received cease and desist from Star Trek, so the latex star trek uniforms will NOT be up for sale.