Alice in FetishLand!

Of late I find myself being involved with more and more art projects and this short film is my current one!

I’m producing a short (30 minute) film with Mrs G  (who just won Best Short Documentary in March at Cinekink!) We will be shooting about town and at my Fetish Retinue party for the next few months, and posting photos and short clips on my youtube channel and facebook pages. I’ll post updates and clips during filming, Like our page and follow our and Alices’ progress as she wonders through the fetish world of New York.

Alice was seeking adventure! Overwhelmed and disorientated in NYC, this out of towner, this little fish out of water, seeks refuge in a curious little shop in Greenwich Village. Aghast, she finds herself  in a den of iniquity! A shop of unwholesome items that both appall and intrigue her at the same time. Despite her being more and more curious, she departs the shop determined to remain a good girl through and through. Only once again, out in the wilds of NYC, she finds that what she once rejected can sometimes come to hold the strongest of attractions!

Follow young Alice as she is swept down a mysterious subway platform and into a world beyond her wildest imaginings and desires! Like pieces of a puzzle, Alice meets a colorful assortment of characters that all hold the key—not just to her returning home—but to opening a door to her becoming a new Alice altogether!

Sometimes the things we run from the hardest are just what we desired the most!

Alice’s Adventures in Fetishland!

Alice will never be the same, and neither will You!

Baroness Collars in Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way”

 

The original Gaga Collar worn by Lady Gaga in the "Born This Way" video shown at the 2011 Grammy Awards
The original Gaga Collar worn by Lady Gaga in the “Born This Way” video shown at the 2011 Grammy Awards

Lady Gaga wore my new “Gaga Collar” in “Born This Way“, her newest music video (the version shown at the Grammy Awards. Newer versions don’t show the collar).

This transparent latex collar which laces up the back (custom size for the video had a zip) is available now,  here.

Lady Gaga’s red carpet entrance at the Grammys was a real show stopper, and we were delighted to be a part of it with a transparent Myrna Loy dress worn by Laurieann Gibson and the Short Shorts worn by two of the men.

Gaga Fashionland posted an extensive article about The Baroness’ latex fashion contributions to Lady Gaga’s Born This Way video and Grammy Awards appearance.

Lady Gaga’s Egg carried by Entourage in Baroness Latex

When Lady Gaga was carried on the Grammy Awards Red Carpet in her giant egg by a latex-clad entourage, Laurieann Gibson was wearing a transparent gown by The Baroness, New York’s premier designer of elegant, provocative latex fashions. (Gibson is Gaga’s choreographer, creative director, and red carpet spokeswoman).

Two of the four men bearing the star in her egg sported latex shorts, also by The Baroness.

More of The Baroness’ rubber designs will appear in Lady Gaga’s soon-to-be-released video, “Born this Way”