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March 2014

  1. Mademoiselle

    This is our first major new collection since our highly successful LIBIDEX:MAN and Love Lingerie collections, and – so Simon, the man in charge of our design team, tells us - it heralds the start of a series of new collections to be launched by Libidex over the next year or so.

    Our Mademoiselle Collection offers over 160 new designs in latex clothing for women – the biggest range we’ve ever launched at one time – and expands the choice available at Libidex to over 1000 different designs. We reckon that’s one of the largest offerings of any latex clothing maker in the world!

    Says Simon: “These new designs develop some of the ideas in the existing Libidex collection, but introduce lots of new items such as Boleros, Robes, Capes, Peplum Skirts and Jackets, which join the Libidex range for the first time.
    “As with everything we do, we want this collection to be exciting, sexy and stylish, as well as eminently wearable and affordable; so we’ve come up with designs that work well in the club, in the bedroom, or even on the street, and give classic looks a cheeky latex twist. I am sure this collection will have great appeal to latex aficionados and newcomers to the scene alike.”
    The new Mademoiselle Collection is ready to order on the Libidex site now.

    Here is a selection our top 30 styles from Mademoiselle collection. 


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  2. Libidex on Rollacoaster magazine

    Rollacoaster is a luxury triennial, which offers a colourful, industry-leading perspective on all things fashion, beauty, music, film, TV and youth culture.
    Retailed in WHSmith and newsstands across the UK - as well as in select stores internationally - Rollacoaster is also handed out in boutiques across London during Fashion Week and London Collections: Men

    Pouch shorts

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  3. Libidex Latex Livery

    Italian fashion label Henry Cotton’s chose Libidex to make latex livery for maids and butlers appearing in the shoot for its spring 2014 collection.

    Henry Cotton’s, who describe their products as “embodying a typically British country gentleman’s lifestyle, but with quality standards typical of the Italian manufacturing tradition” wanted to give a bit of a twist to the country house theme by featuring latex-clad maid and butler ‘robots’ attending on the fashion models.

    “It was a very imaginative idea and worked very well”, according to our own Simon who led the team working on the project. “The robot masks set off the latex outfits perfectly, and give a kinkily surreal edge to the whole shoot.”

    The Henry Cotton's brand draws inspiration from the British golfer Henry Thomas Cotton whose love for taste and elegance in clothing led him to develop a his own very distinct style. The brand, created in 1978 combining the principles of informal elegance with the golfing tradition and outdoor functionality, underwent a major repositioning in the 1990s to place it in the modern country segment.



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