The Baroness on ‘Pop of the Morning’

On March 4, I was invited to appear on E! Entertainment’s Pop of the Morning as a latex expert to respond to the viral images of Kim Kardashian wearing latex from Balmain’s newest collection. As usual, great opportunities seem to come at the most inopportune time (this time, near the end of a 2-week marathon of working on many incredible outfits for clients and for me for the Texas Latex Party; the day before leaving for TLP; and not having the time to wash my hair or do my nails! Not to mention, first thing in the morning!)

But of course I said yes. It was brief, and while spreading the gospel of latex I still managed to be tactful, I thought. Despite the time constraint I did get host Scott Tweddie into our men’s Captains jacket, in which he looked great!

The Baroness’ Lecture at the National Arts Club: Latex in Fashion

I was invited by the Fashion Committee of The National Arts Club to speak on Latex in Fashion on Feb 7 at their NYC clubhouse.

The enthusiastic, standing-room-only crowd gave me a warm welcome, and seemed interested in more than the fashion side of latex!

While the event was live-streamed on Facebook, this video is a bit easier to watch. Coming soon, the question-and-answer segment that followed my presentation.

On behalf of the fashion committee, I would still like to thank you again for bringing not only such an interesting and unique program to the club, but also your great sense of humor and grace. I can assure you it was one of the most popular programs we have ever had, and I heard many people still talking about it in the club during this week – that does not happen often!  We can surely talk about future collaborations. 

Nina Urban, National Arts Club

Thanks to The National Arts Club for providing many excellent photos, including these (and more in the video):

And many thanks to Efrain Gonzalez for contributing these photos:

Lindsay Goldwert’s New book “Bow Down: Lessons from Dominatrixes on How to Get Everything You Want”, is available now.

This book is based on interviews with dominatrixes. But the ideas apply to anyone seeking to learn how to better channel their personal power in everyday life. 

Lindsay interviewed me (The Baroness) at my boutique and at DomCon LA. I talked about latex and my philosophy of “Change your clothes, Change your life!”. I was delighted that after our meeting I’d influenced her enough that now she proudly struts about in a Baroness waist cincher!

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The Baroness Documentary Ties for First Place at Cinekink Film Festival!

The short documentary film about me (The Baroness) that Isabel Faintych created has taken first place again (it also took first at the Fetisch Film Festival in Kiel, Germany, and will no doubt win still more awards), at New York’s Cinekink Film Festival, tying with Zoe D’Amaro’s short “What’s your orgasm policy?”

This was one of my favorite interviews, in which I spoke of more than the usual fetish and BD/SM issues, touching also on the business of making a living in the fetish world. Lisa, the Cinekink Co-ordinator, said this one inspired her to create to the grouping of films that dealt with the business side of alternative lifestyles.

After the screening there was a short question-and-answer session, where I learned more about the other entries. Congratulations to all of them, to Isabel, to Lisa for a great film festival, and to everyone who supported the event!

Global Glam TV Interview with The Baroness

Global Glam Producer Nicole Kirichanskaya visits the latex boutique of designer The Baroness. They discuss The Baroness’ introduction to latex, the nature of latex itself, her line of fetish fashions, and more.

Getting Dressed Up By Latex Designer The Baroness

In Global Glam TV interview, part two, Nicole Kirichanskaya dresses up in Latex with the full Baroness treatment.

Baroness Interview in Body Magazine

The Baroness was interviewed by Body Magazine for their October 2018 issue. The question-and-answer article covers The Baroness’ beginnings making latex clothing: selling her designs wholesale at events and by-appointment-only before moving into her current East Village, New York boutique, with a street level store and atelier below.