Photo: Daniel Hager Photography
High quality latex designers from the USA are not easy to be find. As Fashion Designer of the Year 2012 and Miss Rubber World 2012 Dawn Mostow of Dawnamatrix in Boston holds some important titles in the discipline of the art of latex crafting. Her sense for high fashion, love for the detail and high quality probably lies in her Japanese origin. Her training in the art of kimono designing in the rather rural town of Takayama, Japan is part of her inspirational sources for creating unique body-tight designs. Her love for colors and applications make her designs extraordinary and unique. Dawnamatric Designs is an hommage to the beauty and elegance of the kimono with integrating influences from different eras and cultures.
Elegant kimonos, fantastic animal designs, historic costum pieces, futuristic and colorful catsuits and brave material mixes belong to her signature style and turn her clothes into real artwork. Here, it is of minor importance if we are „only“ talking about a skirt, a lingerie set, or a lingerie set, an accessory or a highly-detailed multipart costume. Dawnamatric belongs to the avantgarde of latex couture, which is probably also the reason for her success in the music and fashion industry. Linda Evangelista, Beyoncé, Katy Perry or Pink! are grateful clients of the designer. Her aim is to consider the whole potential of her designs and then top them with sensuality, power, expression and romance.
Dawnamatrix kimonos and clothes are exhibited in museums and galeries in Boston, e.g. at Harvard University, the Charles River Museum and many others. Dawnamatrix equips runways worldwide, among them classic fashion weeks in Boston, but also the typical fetish weekends as in Montreal or New York. All famous fetish magazines like Marquis, Skin Two, Von Gutenberg, Leg Show etc. have featured this extraordinary label. Of course, you can buy the clothing of Dawnamatrix online on their very beautiful website from everywhere in the world. They even do repair work on your latex pieces, which is something that should definitely be mentioned since I have never seen something like this elsewhere.