Invisibility, Anyone?

But what about courting the idea of invisibility with our wardrobe? Exploring that age-old science fiction/fantasy trope of throwing on a piece of clothing, flipping a switch or getting under J.K. Rowling’s “Invisibility Cloak,” stepping unseen throughout day. It seems Engineers at the University of California, Irvine quite possibly have cracked the code on invisibility material.

Every News Lady Needs One

The Sidefeel Women Cute V Neck Sweet Scallop Pleated Skater Dress, from Amazon is made of polyester and spandex. It comes with scallop trim, the aforementioned slight low neckline and short sleeves and is available in yellow, pink, white, red, blue and black.

Dawnamatrix ‘Gratitude Giving’ With Seattle Fashion Week

As you may remember, just recently participated in Seattle Fashion Week, for the first time there showing off our latex clothing. Furthering our connection with that wonderful organization Dawnamatrix is participating in a giveaway campaign with SFW, where we award a prize of a $100.00 gift certificate to plus a pair of fingerless opera gloves in the winner’s choice of color and size.

Hector Diaz & His Geek Q Website Gives Dawnamatrix ‘Props’ From Seattle Fashion Week

As humbly as we dare declare, Dawnamatrix made quite an impact on the men and women at Seattle Fashion Week (and they on us) many of whom told us that they were seeing latex clothing for the first time. It’s always nice to show-off our wardrobe pieces, talk fetish/fantasy designs, but it’s as equally thrilling to open eyes as well as tickle sensibilities to what can be done with the material we love so much.

Furthermore our connection to the fashionistas at the SFW is fully illustrated by the great write-up Hector Diaz gave us on his “Geek Q” website. Here is the snippet from Hector’s blog, a blog no fashionista should do without:

Dawnamtarix @ Seattle Fashion Week 2016

In our world the belted knee-length classic Macintosh trenchoat (or “Mac” as they call it in the U.K…certainly the fashionista there sees lots of rain!) low heeled pointed toe boots and a body conforming dress over leggings keeps the cold and damp at bay. But one shouldn’t forget what we feel will be top trends come the New Year; florals, structure garments and bold colors. Luckily our wardrobe pieces do sport fantastically vibrant colors and deeply rendered textures, all of which we will show with the “bright and impermeable” theme we are planning for SFW runway.