This is excellent timing for our local fetish scene, since there are 2 fetish parties coming up later in May.
Save 20% on orders from 0-4.000 kroner
Save 30% on orders over 4.000 kroner
Other discounts cannot be applied.
Items in stock delivered immediately, items not in stock delivered normally within 3 weeks.
*That impressively spiky creation can be found here, and costs 30% less than the listed price this week only. Buy lotsa dressing aid to get into this heavy beauty!
Vex Clothing is having a massive sample sale, offering dozens of innovative latex for both men and women at drastically reduced prices. Many have been worn only for fashion shoots and on stage, or were samples used in production. Like most clothing designer samples, you’re in luck if you wear a size small.
Check ’em out here.
Libidex is currently offering a Valentines sale, with savings up to 25%.
Buy any Libidex garment through our website www.libidex.com, and you’ll get a full 25% off the advertised purchase price.*
* Note: made-to-measure charged at 35% of the non-discounted price, made-to-fit at 60%.
During busy sale periods ‘Express Delivery’ may not be possible – we will confirm availability once your order has been received. Due to high demand during the sale, despatch times can be up to 8 weeks. In the very unlikely event that your order takes longer than this, we will inform you.
Sale is here.
I owe you a big fashion update, which will have to wait until my busy weekend is over, but I couldn’t resist doing a quickie for you.
Almost everyone who frequents this blog and others like it already know of Kim West’s exciting relaunch into the latex arena, but for those of us who weren’t around in the early pioneering days, Kim’s About page on her site is an intoxicating read.
There’s also a video interview with Ms West by Tim Woodward of Skin Two online at YouTube, which I haven’t had the time to watch enitrely. You can watch it, however, if you’ve got a few minutes, it looks very spiffy and informative, what I managed to view.
Black Friday, for those of you not living in the US, is normally the craziest shopping day of the year, the day after Thanksgiving. Thousands of bargain hunters will line up outside a store ready to stampede (sometimes literally!) into the shop to take advantage of the special post-Thanksgiving sales.
Latex bargain hunters won’t have to risk stampedes to take advantage of such sales, however, because more and more latex retailers are throwing Black Friday or Cyber Monday (the Monday after Thanksgiving) online sales!
House of Bias is taking off a whopping 35% of all orders Friday only. Check out the site to make your selections, but be sure to use the code code “ ” when checking out.
Latexa Fashion will also be offering online deals on Black Friday through Cyber Monday. Take 20% off all online orders up to 4,000.00 kroner placed Friday November 27-Monday November 30, and 30% off all orders over 4,000.00 kroner! Sale prices good only on online orders. Sale ends Tuesday morning.
With deals like these, it’s silly not to stock up on your fetish needs!
Please post a comment if you know of any other fetish shops offering Black Friday or Cyber Monday sales.
New Additions to the Black Friday List
Ego Assassin will also be doing a Black Friday sale on Nov. 27. 20% off. Use promo code at the checkout. (Sounds like the perfect opportunity to scope out their beautiful new menswear pieces!)
Another Canadian retailer has joined the bargain frenzy–Twist My Rubber Arm is doing a Cyber Monday sale–25% off all orders!
Vex Clothing has a terrific sale going on: take 30% off your next purchase by entering promo-code VEXALICIOUS at the checkout. exp 12/3/09 (FYI: This percentage will be taken out manually and will not be seen as deducted from your online total.)
Don’t forget! Promo-code VEXALICIOUS
And finally, the pay site Public Fetish Girls will be offering their own Cyber Monday, with a special-priced Cyber Monday membership. Check out the sign up page on Monday to take advantage! Available only through Tickets Club.
It’s been too long since my previous update, but there’s been a lot of cool finds to highlight recently!
It seems like it’s almost every day that Zennor, the latex designer spotter wiz at |R|ubberist.net comes up with a new label I have yet to even hear about, but one of his finds is rather extraordinary. Meet Shoshanna Ani!
Shoshanna’s a young woman who lives in Provence. When I first visited her site, some of the designs looked very familiar as they’d appeared on the all too short-lived latex company Boutique of Pleasure’s site. It turns out, in fact that Shoshanna did their patterns and was introduced to our favorite material during this project.
What I like so much about Shoshanna’s new stuff is its originality. There’s stuff here that we haven’t seen from every up and coming designer! And better yet, the prices are extremely cheap, which I actually observed to Shoshanna in a couple of emails.
Shoshanna is very open and forthcoming, and was happy to answer some of my questions, which I’ve shared below.
So, a couple quick questions about your line, which I like very much, especially the boot covers, which I will definitely want to highlight in the post! This was an excellent interview, here, by the way.
The boot covers are something very exciting to me as i havent seen anything else like them on the market. And of course its a great way to update your favourite boots! Oh, and coming soon to my website will be knee high and thigh high booth covers!
I notice that you were introduced to latex while still a student of design. What was your first impression of it?
My first impression of latex was how interesting a fabric it is to work with. It is unlike any ‘normal’ or ‘traditional’ materials, so creates a challenge: i had never worked with anything like it before. Even the best quality ‘normal’ stretch fabrics still have very visible seams and stitching, whilst latex has none of this. It’s a very exciting material to use.
I notice some of the line is from the late Boutique of Pleasure. Was this also where you were introduced to latex?
I was first introduced to latex in my first year of studying my BA hons Fashion, when i got the job as the designer for Boutique of Pleasure. I worked with the company for about 6 months, and designed over 85% of the clothing being sold on their site – the designer who replaced me when i left created the other items.
I am in the process of creating a few pieces for myself. One will be the latex jacket with the faux fur collar – for me it captures 1940’s elegance but has a modern twist, which is a look i absolutely adore!
How do your more “conventional” customers react to the latex items? Have you converted any to the dark side? ;-)
People are intrigued by my latex clothing, but most seem a little intimidated by it. However, when people try them on and see how fantastic they look, they are soon converted and absolutely love it. I think the connotations of latex clothing can often put off “conventional” customers, but i think my designs appeal to a varied audience.
Any plans for future fashion shows or a booth at any of the fetish scene venues?
At the moment i’m not sure. I would like to host a fashion show next year (2010) of a big collection (50-60 pieces), and would also like to exhibit my work at trade shows. At the moment everything is designed and made by myself, so making things takes a fair bit of time and doesn’t really allow ‘shop’ in the tradional sense. I don’t keep stock ready made as items are made when the orders are placed.
Will you continue showing the latex alongside your other non-latex creations, or do you think the lines will branch into separate entities?
For the moment i’m going to continue having the two together, but have plans to make them two separate brands.
and finally, are you available for custom work?
I am available for custom work, however at the moment do not produce much mens wear. The best thing to do is to email me with enquiries about custom orders, then i can sort out designs and a quote and it can go from there.
Thank you, Shoshanna!
We received a brochure from Skin Two Clothing highlighting their new range, Spirit, which should be out any day now. There’s a preview collection online now, and it features well made classics at bargain prices.
I’ve always been a fan of the range, because the patterns are very well fitting and flattering for my figure. The pieces I own are dependable beautiful basics that I wear over and over again. Now, I have to be honest in saying that I haven’t tried anything from the line since Honour took over its production, and would be curious to hear how the newer pieces stack up to the older classic ones.
Don’t forget to visit often. Next update I’ll highlight a couple of new lines–an outstanding newcomer from America, and quite possibly the best latex kilt ever crafted, by a scene veteran and his very talented wife.