Monday, July 19, 2010

Latex Party at T.R.A.C.S. part 2

Celebs in latex
Super heroes often wear form-fitting clothing, often referred to as tights or Spandex, although the exact material is usually unidentified. Such material displays a character’s athletic build and heroic sex appeal and allows a simple design for illustrators to reproduce.

Batman Returns (1992) is an American action film directed by Tim Burton. Based on the DC Comics character Batman, it is the sequel to Burton's Batman (1989), and features Michael Keaton reprising the title role, with Danny DeVito as the Penguin and Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman.

Batman's suit was made from finer rubber and was much closer to Keaton's body due to the digitized measurements the designers had from his body. It cost about 100.000 US dollars and a total of 30 suits were available for Keaton and his stuntmen.

But Michelle Pfeiffer cat suit got more attention.

Halle Berry as Catwoman in the 2004 American superhero film directed by Pitof and released by Warner Brothers & Village Roadshow Pictures on July 23, 2004.
The film was inspired by the DC Comics character of the same name, who is traditionally a supervillain and love interest of the superhero Batman. This story features a completely new version of the character.

Britney Spears in red latex in the video clip of the song Oops.

Lady Gaga is lady Latex and been seen very often in latex.
When she met her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II. Hitting the front page of almost every newspaper and web news page are pictures of Lady GaGa wearing this extraordinary Atsuko Kudo latex ensemble which was commissioned for her performance at the 2009 Royal Variety Performance. As is traditional this performance is usually attended by the Queen and this year was no exception.

PVC and latex has worked its way out of sex shops and onto runways for a tantalizing twist on fashion. London-based label and shop Atsuko Kudo has given rubber and latex a new meaning with their ostentatious latex-rubber couture pieces. The label has made countless amounts of custom pieces for celebrities and fashion icons alike.

Tim Soar label does super-tough, masculine menswear but it still has that classic British edge. He also collaborated with fetish designer Atsuko Kudo on the tailored rubber jackets in his aw09 collection at London Fashion Week.

Male celebrities are not often seen in latex. But I found this one of Adam Lambert when he performed at Sydney, Australia’s Gay Mardi Gras.

When you not have the money to buy a complete latex outfit, I suggest this one.

Just be careful...................................

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