Atsuko Kudo is at the forefront of latex couture. With global popularity, top line brand collaborations, and Paris runway appearances, the brand has set the standard for luxury latex. All bodies can rejoice, the “Bespoke Shop” on their website has their entire collection available for custom manufacturing for any size down to your specific measurements.
HIGHLIGHTS- Floor length ball gowns, trench coats, and other tailored pieces uncommon to latex
AW BRAND LATEX
HIGHLIGHTS- Made-to-order every-body ready to wear releasing new collections annually
BABY LOVES LATEX
Functioning out of her uptown studio, designer Renee Masoomian is creating ornate hyper-feminine latex couture. This subsidiary brand of the designer’s namesake offers a fresh look at the material experimenting with weight, texture, and delicacy.
HIGHLIGHTS- The intricate latex lace is unparalleled.
The Baroness (named appropriately after it’s formidable owner) began as a small studio in 1994, marking the designer as the first of her kind in New York City. Over 20 years later, you can walk into their East Village boutique and find classic latex wears suited for both masc & femme clientele. A must have for latex beginners.
HIGHLIGHTS- Each piece is made in house and carries a lifetime guarantee.
A Berlin staple with the widest range of masc variant latex we’ve seen, with surprises and delights.
Femme section is small, but satisfies for basics & latex beginners.
HIGHLIGHTS- Accessories and annual printed calendar
Not quite latex, but certainly one of the mot unique brands in our guide. Broke Boutique bends the rules by making their harnesses exclusively of reclaimed rubber and sustainable materials. Their moto-chic aesthetic lends an added edge to their appearance.
HIGHLIGHTS- The promise of longevity in wear lies in the materials alone.
HIGHLIGHTS- Made to order basics directly through the designer
Latex moto trench coats, bomber jackets, buckled thongs, and PVC harnesses are just a few of the things that draw us to Busted Brand. The inspired color pallets and blatant punk influence are what reels us in.
HIGHLIGHTS- Yes, we said bomber jacket. A matte. black. latex. bomber. jacket.
HIGHLIGHTS- Out of this world latex fantasy hoods, a strong Leigh Bowery influence
DEAD LOTUS COUTURE
Dead Lotus Couture invites customers to live out whimsical fantasies in latex. Designer Nange Magro cites major influences being anime & manga, while drawing inspiration from animals, architect Gaudi, and the elements. The Dead Lotus brand encourages individuality and open-mindedness. It’s designed and produced for all body types.
HIGHLIGHTS- Fantastical statement pieces, transcends “club-wear”
Elissa Poppy is latex for the “every girl” with a collection of high femme lingerie, slick showing body suits, and marble patterned body-con looks.
HIGHLIGHTS- Perfect for mixing and matching with ready-to-wear clothing for a daytime edge or nightlife fun
There is little to find with a search about designer Florian Máthé. With just an Instagram and no website, the clothing truly speaks for itself. Latex kimonos, micro crop tops, and wrap dresses highlight this one of a kind genderless collection that we’re dying to see on sale
HIGHLIGHTS- High-end chic looks for any-body
HOUSE OF HARLOT
This London staple of bespoke latex goods began in 1991 and continues to be at the forefront of design. With garments ranging from more eccentric costume pieces to edgy contemporary looks, House of Harlot remains a global leader.
HIGHLIGHTS- Over 200 masculine and feminine options
HIGHLIGHTS- Their lingerie selection is a boudoir dream, with intricate lace, cut outs, and harness detailing.
When you think of latex fashion, the images that you’re dreaming of are probably Syren’s designs. As the absolute classic standard for latex, Syren has been servicing the LA area for over 20 years, marking it as Hollywood’s go-to brand for film, music, & fetish.
HIGHLIGHTS- All gender options, sustainable designs
HIGHLIGHTS- Textural trendy pieces attempting to defy latex’s innate fetishism. All items are made to order based on the customer’s measurements.
HIGHLIGHTS- The elegant latex lingerie brand we’ve always dreamed of.
Vex embodies latex’s innate sensuality with a heavy dose of high fashion. Stylists have been going to Vex and pairing their pieces with ready to wear from top luxury houses for a top line sleek yet daring look.
HIGHLIGHTS- Latex reimagined, bridging the gap between bedroom fetishism, streetwear, & couture.
Show girls and Vegas musings are what inspires William Wilde’s risqué high femme looks.
HIGHLIGHTS- Bauhaus flavored dresses