If there had been designers like Louise Taylor in early rokoko times, there would probably be no laundry detergent industry today. The noble ladies and gentleman would just have dipped their pompous quilling outfits into water to wash out all their powder and afterwards, they would all go back, fresh and clean of course, at court in shining bright colors. However, latex products of this quality were totally out of reach back then – good for us! Somewhere between rokoko, pin-up and burlesque style is where you find the interesting latex creations of this London designer, that allow their wearer a high amount of individuality.
The first impression seems all pompous and just overwhelming, but if you take a closer look, you can also find clear and lines and elegant combinations on the wonderfully simple homepage of the designer. Moreover, there are incredibly many events where more is simply more. How boring would it be, if all of us would only go through life in grey and grey. The dresses from Louis Charlotte Taylor convince everyone as much with simple designs in addition with tricky applications as much they do with glamorous decorations and tons of quillings. Even though latex fashion is not yet common in everyday life, I found many pieces that would actually fit for that. Because next to high wearing comfort fine latex fashion can offer just so much individuality, especially when it is made by this label. All pieces are handmade and fixed with much passion for details. Of course, custom-made outfits and a wide variety in colors is no problem.
Visiting the Online Shop can give you an impressive image of the art of epoch style mixing and pieces made of modern material, a personal meeting is possible, too, and in such a private appointment you will find enough space for exchanging ideas.