Meat Clothing a collaborative fashion venture of London based designers Bo Claridge and Alis Pelleschi. Specialising in latex clothing, their brand was born out of their belief that the material could transcend fetish-wear clichés. Reflecting the pair’s backgrounds as digital natives they draw from online culture, but also in their adoptions of the Internet as a presentation platform in itself.
The idea of Meat is to constantly evolve and reinvent itself with every season. The aim is that each collection should offer up not only a set of clothes, but also a set of ideas that create a worldview as key to the pieces as the fabric they are cut on.
For their Spring/Summer 14 collection, Meat Clothing present ‘Embassy‘, a collection that offers a latex twist to classic and heritage cuts and prints.
Last night Marc Jacobs presented their Fall 2011 Ready-to-Wear Collection in New York. The new collection featured several unique latex designs created House of Harlot.
It’s been confirmed that Anne Hathaway is going to play Selina Kyle aka Catwoman in Chris Nolan’s “Batman: The Dark Knight Rises“, but what I really want to know is if she will be wearing a skin-tight latex catsuit?
Personally, I doubt it. Nolan’s take on the Batman universe has been much more realistic than what we seen in earlier films and Catwoman would need to have the right tools and armour in order to stand up to Batman. So I would not be surprised, if Nolan’s Catwoman is wearing a amour reinforced leather suit, some form of night goggles, ninja hand claws for scratching and climbing and one or two handguns.
What do you think she will be wearing? Oh and BTW: The photo on the right is photoshopped, so that is not how she will look in the final movie.
Rihanna is out with a new video for her song “S&M”. In the video, Rihanna is wearing four different stylish and colourful latex outfits.
Anybody know who did her latex clothing or have a opinion about the music or the video, please leave a comment!
I spotted this hooded latex raincoat from Patrik Ervell. Handmade (in New York City) waterproof garment in 100% natural rubber. As durable as it is functional for use as a final layer in foul climate. Wipe clean with a damp cloth using no soap. Each jacket purchased is made to order and takes 2-3 weeks to complete. Price: $1,660.00!
HEY… WAIT A MOMENT… WHAT THE F***!!! ONE-THOUSAND-SIX-HUNDRED-AND-SIXTY U.S. DOLLARS!!! THEY MUST BE NUTZ?!?
OK! How about buying a very similar looking latex bomberjacket with hood from Blackstyle for $285.00 instead and then give the remaining money to charity? The latex bomberjacket even comes in different latex colors and thicknesses, has optional pockets. I guarantee that Blackstyle can make you one, by hand, in under one week.
And don’t worry, your stupid Fashionista “friends” can not tell the difference anyway… I mean if they would pay that much for a “designer” raincoat they are already insane.