Thursday, 25 February 2010

Gemma in Lady Lucie in News of the World!

Hee Hee! Awesome couple Gemma and Pete were married on Valentines day, with the Bride wearing a custom Lady Lucie corset. The party will go down in history!

I particularly like the news of the world's classy reportage, more of which can be seen here:

"our insider added: Things got kinky. There were glamour girls carrying whips,
wearing stockings and dressed in S&M costumes."

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Wednesday, 24 February 2010

Rachel Freire AW10 London Fashion Week

Yesterday was designer Rachel Freire's London Fashion week presentation at the amazing Freemasons Hall in Covent Garden, i worked with Rachel to make a few latex items for her collection, including the best catsuit i ever saw; semi translucent black & old gold with beautiful feature seam details.

Here's a taster of the show with some backstage photos, more to come soon!

I'm just showing you the latex outfits i made for the show, but there is a full gallery of photos from Peeeping Tallulah here

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Sunday, 21 February 2010

Maz in the Vault

Cheeky new pictures from Mam'zelle Maz ♥ wearing her Keyhole neck latex catsuit
Photos by Gothic Image
Location: Libidex's vault, London

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NYE Mixmag feature

You can spot Lady Lucie giving a big thumbs up to Fetish Club Torture Garden in March 2010 copy of Mixmag!
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Lady Lucie Latex in Sweden!

A few Lady Lucie items went on a romantic winter break to Sweden, to stay with beautiful models: Chesty Von Ellem and Sister Sinister.
Here's some photos that i hope you will enjoy as much as i did!
Photo by Marcus Gunnarsson.

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Friday, 12 February 2010

Farewell Alexander McQueen

I wanted to write a note to mark the death of one of my favourite designers, Alexander McQueen.

When I heard about his death yesterday I felt like it was quite a poignant moment, in the workshop with Rachel, and interns, working manically towards Rachel’s London Fashion Week show, just over a week away. Although I don’t know anything about Alexander McQueens suicide, I can relate to the rollercoaster of mad emotions, including feeling of stress, utter desperation and pressure involved in the creative process.

I feel incredibly sad and very sorry to hear of the death of a designer who’s vision and style I have always adored.

I have a very intricate pattern for a McQueen kimono jacket given to me when I was at University that I never quite got my head around making, It has numerous, tucks, pleats, folds and sewing lines! I will find the time to make it now. I think I’ll make it in latex…

He was a creative genius, although my opinion is that he's not the only one out there, just the one who got that big break and the funding to create his wildest fantasies. I hope in the search for 'the next McQueen' that someone else will be given that chance.

I loved the theatricality of all McQueens shows, but I had to include my favourite two.

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