Who doesn’t love them? They save the world, they fight the evil and most of the time, they look incredibly awesome doing so. In skin-tight catsuits or bodysuits they almost kill the villains with style. I hope you already know that I am talking about our female superheros 🙂 . Shhh! Couture Handmade Latex by Shoshanna Ani from England would like to meet the desire within us and transform us into exactly the bombshells from the DC comics, the Marvel movies and science fiction blockbusters. The calling to her destiny as a super heroine designer was heard during her fashion studies and a long period of working as the main designer of a considerable latex design atelier.
No matter if you would like become a sexy storm trooper catching a jedi in Star Wars or if you would like to become Wonder Woman, catching the man of your life with a golden lasso, Shhh Couture has the answer. The possibilities of becoming a heroine are endless and the online shop shows enough great inspirations. To me, great ideas are the ones of a Boba Fett inspired dress, a Princess Leia latex two-piece outfit or a tetris dress 🙂 … haha… wonderful just how creative you can be with this skin-tight material.
Her handmade latex creations let no wishes unfulfilled and, of course, can put every figure into the right light, even apart from the comic world. The variety of her creations include small accessories, bathing suits and whole outfits for creating a great cosplay and fantasy characters. The love for latex details is true and puts a smile on every female world saver’s red-coloured lips. In her atelier close to Exeter, England high precision work is done to custom-fit the dresses to the customer’s bodies and to communicate via the new media for the next international orders. Those of you who would like to find out more about Shhh! Couture Handmade Latex should finally make use of their super powers and check out the website or get the old dusty cape out of the closet and fly to the atelier. And, for the superfast of you, there is the ETSY Shop.
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