Halloween is fast approaching and though I’m not a fan of tacky costumes I know how fun it can be to dress up or get into character for an evening.
I don’t make specific Halloween items as such but I do offer items that would make a great addiction to your outfit while still being able to be used for different occasions.
I’d like to share some relevant products and images that might help inspire or complete you Halloween ensemble.
Bunny hood pic by Dangerously dolly
Latexlace ear fascinator Pic by Emily Bailey
wire and latexlace crown (other styles available) pic by Jennifer Byron.
Unicorn headband. Pic by Jennifer Byron.
– A warm welcome onto our runway for special guest Alysha Nett
– Complimentary goodie bags for the first 100 guests
– A runway show featuring award winning designers
– A presentation from innovative latex designer Eustratia
– Mini fashion market featuring one off discounts
– An exclusive signing by Alysha Nett
– DJ Babes from Nasty Gurl
– Cheap drinks all night (Beer £2, wine £2.50, spirit+mixer £3)
Doors open 7.30pm
Afterparty at The Kitchen Club, 2 Eastgate
Free entry for all Vau Vau guests
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£6 Student Advance
£8 Student Door Price
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The first full Eustratia menswear range is finally complete. It has taken a long time and a lot of persuasion to get to this stage but I’m happy to be able to offer standard options to male customers.
The range, co-designed by Richard Ayres consists of a mixture of streetwear and vintage inspired pieces that don’t conform to men’s latex cliches and are closer to what modern men are used to wearing on a day to day basis. This hopefully makes customers that are new to latex more comfortable when exploring the material. A lot of the styles are not skin tight, especially on the bottom half, allowing for freedom in movement and comfort.
The range will be available online and will also be carried by Frankie Knuckles‘ boutique in Afflecks Palace, Manchester.
The photoshoot took place at Al Overdrive‘s studio in London. He was great fun to work with and aside from shooting for vogue has recently started a performance/costume project for exhibion and possible publication.
With this being the first Eustratia menswear range, feedback would be appreciated. Richard has added the man’s touch and has owned several of these items for a while but it’s always good to hear from customers. If what we have so far is well-received more items may be added in the future and of course custom orders are always welcome.