Making the headway we have in latex couture production, as much in fashion circles, as with bespoke orders and in various media, we are tickled pink to report moving ever further costuming for television and movie production. We’re not at liberty to reveal what show it is we are presently working on (you’ll be the …
Beyoncé revealed herself across Instagram recreating Tony Braxton’s cover for Braxton’s first official single “Another Sad Love Song.” Dressed in white tee, short black wig, Beyoncé made the perfect “Phoni” Braxton, as she titled the picture. Having just shown up at the Twisted Tales Unicef event in London, Rita Orr made quite a bit of buzz in a leggy blac
The time is nigh for latex leggings, rubber masks and all sorts of scary (and sexy) accessories. Every year at this time a full range of super hero costumes make an appearance, as do naughty nurses, bare-chested cavemen and the ubiquitous ghost, goblin and zombie. Then too we shall see the parade of cartoon fluffy cartoon coverings and bespoke Halloween creations.
A mere decade ago we wouldn’t be talking ‘sets,’ the influence of non-broadcast T.V. on fashion or even the fact that so many of the shows during New York Fashion Week happen at so many ‘off-site’ locations. But things for Calvin Klein, Coach and pretty much everybody else has changed so much in the hate couture world (it’s even a wonder we are still actually having a New York Fashion week considering sponsor problems in the past few years).
Starring Winona Ryder, this one-minute clip of the “Stranger Things” mom has her backstage readying herself in her dressing room. Winona plays with her hair, reads a note card attached to flowers, and studies a script, as a stirring Lea’s Michele’s “Anything Possible,” swirls behind her and the point is made about comebacks. Like it or not, this clip blew up across Twitter, arguably landing just as loudly as the fashions of the night and even Oprah Winfrey’s Golden Globes’ speech.
Yes, the latex costumes do manage to sneak in, but generally it’s a full cornucopia of latex, PVC lace, leather and pretty much anything else you can care to name that makes the cosplay scene. At San Diego’s Comic-Con 2017, attendees are showing up in all kinds of imaginative homemade wear and for the 4th year in a row Hot Topic and Her Universe celebrated this fantasy fashion at the 2017 Her Universe Fashion Show.