Christina Aguilera’s backup singers dressed in The Baroness black latex knickers and Catwoman Tops (worn together to look like leotards) for her performance at the Harpers Bazaar 2018 Fashion week party.
The package with the copper panel top and skirt arrived safe and sound.
I am completely overwhelmed by how wonderful the fit is, and how good the cut makes me feel!
From the length to the really flattering copper piece on the top, you created something that well, as you probably hear often, made me feel ‘more me.’ That’s no small feat, in that fetish items often leave me feeling more disconnected from my body rather than embracing it.
I’m very pleased with the outfit, and so happy to have it in my colors! The waist hit at exactly the right point and the the latex itself feels (and of course smells) fantastic. The cut on the skirt for example, moves really well and comes in at the small of my back perfectly.
As promised, I’ve included at least a couple of pictures. (Mike had some camera difficulties resulting in many blurry pix) these are not as clear as I would have hoped, but I felt it was more important to get you at least something than to hold off waiting for perfect.
Obviously she rocked the joint in her custom-designed Baroness latex 50’s-inspired outfit to be worn at The Montreal Fetish weekend. Although you can’t really see it, there is a red trim accent at the hem of her peddle pushers.
“Thank you so much for making our first night in Montreal look so fantastic. We loved the outfit you designed and got so many compliments, she looked amazing.”
The amazing Porcelain Midnight was the west coast correspondent for Latex TV. She chose to dress entirely in The Baroness latex as she interviewed various special guests (myself included) and attendees of DomConLA. Here she’s wearing my Striped Bodice Corset. Photos by Greg Gorman.
I wore this custom azure blue gown at the Texas Latex Party, and despite the floor length, I felt rather casual, as it’s so easy to move about in. If you are interested in this style please email me, as it’s not in our catalogue.
I am delighted to announce that my bizarre rubber creation “The Maw”, which won 2nd place in the “open” category at the International World of Wearable Art competition last September, is now on display at the WOW Museum in Nelson, NZ. It is strange to see it from the outside (I’m usually inside), and the compact configuration in which they present it. But if you should find yourself in the south island of New Zealand, do look it up.