22. March 2013 Comments (0) Designer, Latexfashion

22. March 2013 Comments (0) Designer, Latexfashion

High Glossy Glam Fashion of William Wilde


Right at the moment I am totally into big gowns. The fact that rubber can actually be the perfect fabric for hitting the world’s red carpets is not only proven by famous artists like Lady Gaga. The amazing London designer William Wilde loves details, lives for unusual fabric combinations and creates extraordinary, skin-tight glamour gowns of a very special kind. Handmade masterpieces for a great appearance, perfectly fitted on the body and produced with much love. After having studied at University of Westminster and having gained experience with bride’s wear, William conquered international stages and fashionistas’ hearts as a costume designer. Here, his mix of materials is simply unique and wild. Sequins meet stretching clothes as well as lace and silk. William Wild is confident with the art of fabric mixing like no one else. For me as a detail fetishist all four collections are simply gorgeous. Quality and variety are more important than ever in times of cheap online shopping facilities.

While the collection „Through with Love“ shows retro-inspired lace-negligés and printed slik evening dresses showed an irresistible touch of luxury, the new collection “Filthy Wilde” convinces fashion fans with Egyptian inspired exotic, excess and dramatic deco decadence, made of silk, shiny rhinestones, feathers and, of course, the beloved rubber. William Wilde wants it all. The little black dress is perfectly put into light just as the incredibly wonderful gowns in shiny sequins are. William’s customers, among others, are Rihanna, Tori Amos, Paloma Faith and Kelly Brook… But you can also feel the taste of his collections on your skin. Take a look at his website and follow his Blog to keep an eye on his work and find the perfect outfit for video productions, red carpets, events or just a perfect night out. Personally, I found a new MUST HAVE fashion label…

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