Models: Betty DLight and Beau Rocks - Photographer Terry Mendoza
There are a couples of things that the Brits do exceedingly well High Tea and Fetish Design. Of course it is necessary to dress one's best when attending tea or visiting the Queen. So before you do either here are a few of the top British Fetish Designers.
Ooh La Latex
London-based Ooh La Latex is one of those fetish fashion labels that currently occupies that most interesting and fertile space between industry-insider favourite and fetish household name. Only recently launched, Ooh La Latex has so impressed industry insiders with its products and photography that it has been nominated twice for a European Fetish Award. http://oohlalatex.com
Photographer: Nadya Lev; Model: Joy
|Photographer: Ama Lea; Model: Darenzia|
The Dior of the fetish world, Atsuko Kudo make beautiful custom made and off the peg latex. Their screen printed lace detail outfits and couture style cuts give their elegant designs an edge above many of the other fetish wear companies. Atsuko Kudo can be spotted on the High Street in MAC’s ‘Hello Kitty’ range. Log onto www.atsukokudo.com or visit ‘Showgirls’ on Holloway Road, London.
Jane Doe Latex
|Photographer: Bizarre Magazine; Model Nina Kate|
|Photographer: Unknown; Model: Vikki Blows|
Jane Doe have come a long way from their small E-bay shop selling basic latex skirts and tops. Since creating a high fashion couture range, they are now one of the biggest UK names in latex, with their designs gracing the pages of Bizarre magazine and appearing in numerous catwalk in photoshoots and live performances by The Fuel Girls. Jane Doe is a good choice for those new to latex, with more affordable prices than the high end Atsuko Kudos, and with simple but eye-catching pieces.
Established in the early 1990’s, House of Harlot is a household name in fetish, with a reputation for their quality custom cuts and ongoing association with Britain’s biggest fetish club, Torture Garden. House of Harlot has a massive range of rubber clothing from uniforms (Sailor Girl, School Girl, Mistress or Military) to cat suits and slinky dresses. They also have a large men’s collection. House of Harlot boast spreads in countless fashion magazines including Vogue, as well as being worn by celebrities such as Christina Aguilera, Beyonce, and most recently, Kelly Brooke. For friendly advice, fittings, or to browse the collection drop into their shop on Holloway Road (Equidistant between Holloway Road Tube and Highbury and Islington.) Alternatively, check out www.houseofharlot.com.
Anatomic Bomb Latex
|Photographer: Tony Rusecki|
|Photographer: Peter W Czernich/Masrquis.de. Model: Sabina Kelley|
Be an anatomic bombshell! Anatomic Bomb specialises in latex for women and are best known for their cute, pin up style dresses in bright, girly colours. ‘Designed to focus on the ever popular breasts and curvy waists but also to bring attention to the female bottom,’ the outfits create a new niche in the fetish market and are guaranteed to make you stand out from the black classics with their fun, sexy styles. www.anatomicbomb.com