Sasha Louise, a British fashion designer, emerging from the talent pool of London College of Fashion, is currently trying to fund her latex fashions with a Kickstarter campaign. Sasha, who stands of the tight rope between high fashion and fetish, has a fresh approach to latex as a fabric, and her own desire for wearable, everyday clothing.
Currently developing a new womenswear collection as well as her first ever menswear collection, Sasha hope to launch them at London Fashion Week. Therefor she is asking for a minimum of £5,000 to complete the two new collections, shoot, print and distribute a look book and pay for showroom space at London Fashion Week.
To learn more about Sasha and how to support her latex fashions, please visit the Kickstarter campaign page…
I have, as some of you already noticed, started blogging again on a regular basis and also updated the blog design with a fresh new look. This is all a part of the revival of the 3xL blog and my return to the rubber realm.
When Latex Kitty and I became parents almost two years ago, my blogging became more and more sporadic and came to a total stop during the fall of 2014. The reason for this was that our little daughter developed an eating disorder and was hardly sleeping, serious issues that we had to get professional help with to solve and that we are still working to resolve on a daily basis. It’s been really hard, but things are slowly getting better.
I want to reclaim my blog and own it again. I strongly believe that my blog needs to be personal, caring, and full of insights.
My readers should be able to see themselves and learn from my experiences like they used to when I first started blogging. I want to dive into serious issues that every latex fetishist can relate to and choose not to care about which celebrity is currently wearing Atsuko Kudo’s latex design.
I wish to continue to support the fetish community. I believe it’s important to support those who strive to make our fetish world a better place. This goes for both the established ones, but also newcomers and especially the ones in my local community. I will continue to feature interviews with latex designers, fetish models and other people who inspire me, people who live the fetish lifestyle and contribute to the fetish community.
It’s my hope that this post gave you an idea of why I stopped updating and what exciting plans I have for my blog in the future. I would be grateful if you would leave a comment and tell me what kind of themes you would like to read about here on the 3xL blog? Feel free to contact me via email, Twitter or FetLife, if you just want to say hi or have a latex fetish tip for me. Thank you for your support.
Finally Norway hosts its very own Fetish Weekend! Oslo Fetish Weekend will take place in Oslo Friday, May 8 through Sunday, May 10, 2015, where the Norwegian capital will welcome you to three days of kinky, fetish delights with international guests – Midori, Hellkitty & Kalyss Mercury.
Meet, party, and play with local and global fetish enthusiasts through this weekend that will feature ten events over these three days, starting with a chilled Meet and Greet on Friday night.
Oslo Fetish Weekend tempt you further with workshops, topped with the highlight of the weekend “The Red Room Ball” Saturday night, where everybody dress up in their finest for an unforgettable kinky night!
Complete program of events and weekend details at www.oslofetishweekend.com
Yummy Gummy, located in Bedfordshire, UK, is a specialist when it comes to unique, colorful, shiny and innovative latex sheeting. The company has been around since late 2013 and is the place to go to if your latex sheeting needs are out of the ordinary.
Rebecca who runs Yummy Gummy is a young passionate latex lover and her unique products have already been used by latex designers such as Adala Clothing, Dawnamatrix, Lady Allura’s Latex, Phoenix Designs, Spanky Latex and Fantastic Rubber.
I hope that my interview with Rebecca will give you a fantastic insight into who Yummy Gummy is and what they do.