Die Gewinner stehen fest !!!!!!!!!!!!

Wir wuenschen folgenden Personen viel Freude mit den gewonnenen Kreationen von VENI CREATRIX:

Christ Faist (Gilet)

Nadine Herde  (Rock+Oberteil)

Romy Rogotzky (Flügelkleid)


Parisian designer Sophie Richardoz foundet HMSlatex in 2006.
Some of her designs are retro and dreamy, others are interpretations of the shapes seen on high fashion mainstream catwalks.
Taking inspiration from many sources including art deco, period costume and daring modern fashion, HMSlatex brings a new kind of elegance to the fetish world. The aestethics of latex are taken beyond the boundaries of fetish fashion, seducing the fetish scene as well as those new or timid about the appeal of rubber.
HMSlates doesn't shy away from bold colours. The ivy leaf print and cage dresses have become instantly recognisable by fetish fashion lovers.


Photos: Catherine Day



Picturesque Pendants!
Featuring designer  Lee May Forster-Wilson´s signature nature inspired themes,
these new pendants are picture perfect. Each one is an opening locket
that displays beautiful imagery of animals, garden flowers, weather
and the night sky. A sprinkling of little charms and sparkling Swarovski
crystals really help to make these pieces extra special.
Available from  Lee May´s designs are have been used by
Bat for Lashes, Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip and Urban Outfitters. 

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Wanderlust + Co is an Australian label with an eclectic mix of beautiful jewellery. Here you’ll discover playful yet feminine pieces, fashion forward statement pieces, understated and modern pieces, as well as whimsical pieces that are reminiscent of imagined, far away places. Each piece has a story to tell and a character within its design that sets it apart. The pattern, colour and texture that jewellery can bring to an already chic ensemble is what drives and inspires every collection. Designed with components that are sourced from all over, Jennifer Low, the dreamer behind the label, believes that jewellery is a magical thing, able to add the perfect finishing touch to any outfit!



‘Each design is a unique addition to the exceptional collection. All creations are designed with individuality in mind and are made in small numbers. Materials like leather, cotton, silk and wood form the basis, from which the accessory expresses itself in a distinct and clear form.’ 
In 2008 I graduated at the School of fine Arts in Arnhem, the Netherlands, where I specialized in designing fashion accessories. I am currently working as a self-employed designer of my own line of accessories and I have recently cooperated with several fashion designers. My showroom-shop-studio is located in Arnhem, the Netherlands.
I am not the kind of designer that is constantly on the lookout for inspiration. Instead, I often just start by molding, knitting, folding and cutting till I find the right shape that looks and feels familiar. It often feels like something that was already in my mind is coming to life.
I am inspired by folkloric costumes combined with the streetwear I come across nowadays. I think these accessories tend to be very commercial and flat. To me, the shape and details are much more important than the usual brand names or logos in front. I rather make a beautiful stitched or molded detail to emphasize the form.


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