Model: Betty Havok
Photographer: Claire Seville
Wardrobe: Catalyst Latex
What sparked your interest in becoming a fashion designer and having latex as your main material? We’ve always had an interested in clothes and how things are made. A challenge was handed to our qualified tailoress by a friend to make a better latex kilt than the one they had and just fell in love with working with the material.
Where do you draw your inspiration from? Things I would like to wear! From Pinup and retro styles for the girls and real everyday clothing for the men. Continue reading
The kind folk over at Flaming13 have been awesome enough to set up a special discount code for you Rebelicious readers! For 30% off ANY item on their website (including sale items) use the code F13REBEL!
This discount offer ends 31st May, so get buying! =)
Entering the burlesque industry at the tender age of 17, starlet and model Miss Miranda is no stranger to the stage. Originating in London, her acts and lifestyle have taken her as far as New Orleans, Sweden and Japan. In this issue’s cover feature. we talk to Miss Miranda about her travels, her outlook, and how she has built a career with the fascination of being someone, or something else. Continue reading
Photography: Laura Byrnes
Influenced by an early 1960s design, the Jenny Dress by Pinup Couture has remarkable structure provided by boning that has been bonded through the bodice, and adjustable shoulder straps for a customizable fit. The full skirt is gathered at the waist and the whole garment has been constructed from gorgeous cotton sateen that is meant to be slack and breathes as you wear it without losing shape. Selected as a favourite Spring style, brilliant colours have been wrangled into intrepid patterns that can easily add interest to your wardrobe, as the dress can be coordinated with a variety of trimmings depending on what your personal tastes are. Below is a guide filled with suggestions of outfits that could be appropriate for afternoon picnics, evenings on the beach or whatever outdoor adventure you might find yourself in!
For parents that live an alternative lifestyle, Metallimonsters announced the launch of their alternative baby clothing store earlier this weekend. Offering a wide range of clothing including handmade dresses, printed vests, bibs, shoes and accessories, competitive prices and a growing selection of amazing designs, Metallimonsters hopes to be THE place for alternative babywear.
To celebrate the occasion, Metallimonsters will be running a variety of competitions on their Facebook page and offering 10% off all products over the easter weekend.
To find out more head to their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/Metallimonsters
And be sure to check out the full range of products available over on their website: http://metallimonsters.com/