Thursday, August 11, 2011
Kinkiest city in latex clothing, edinburgh's sex secret
RED-HOT lovers in Edinburgh are the kinkiest in Britain The city's sex-hungry residents buy twice as many fetish and bondage products as Londoners, according to a new survey.
Internet gift shop bluesnake delivers more sexy Latex Clothing, gadgets, books and movies to Edinburgh than any other town or city in the country. The capital's orders account for 38 per cent of the firm's sales over the last six months of 2000.
And it's not only the size of the orders that matter - they're also buying kinkier products.The most popular item with adventurous Edinburgh lovers is a pounds 25 Basic Bondage Kit, with leather blindfold, handcuffs and a twelve-inch whip. Next on the lusty list is black bondage tape, followed by Latex Catsuits-tipped nipple clamps. Blindfolds and handcuffs complete the top five.
A spokeswoman for the firm said Edinburgh folk are most likely to experiment with sex.She added: "They are leading the way when it comes to throwing away their inhibitions."
Newcastle was the second-kinkiest city, with 25 per cent of deliveries, but the products ordered tended to be more tame. In third place was London with 15 per cent of orders. The least adventurous customers live in the South West of England, where the top purchase is a six-inch teddy bear dressed in bondage gear.Philip Treacy, the 27-year-old British milliner whose hats Putting the high-end Latex Stockings on to home is attractive, are in demand at the world's most prestigious fashion houses, presented his London Fashion Week catwalk show last night and proved that he is a conjurer working magic with feathers.
The front row line-up included ex-Duran Duran partners Nick Rhodes and Simon Le Bon . Boy George, Brian Ferry, Rifat Ozbek, Jasper Conran, Alexander McQueen and Anthony Price also attended.Treacy's show was the highlight of the London shows. Indeed, it is doubtful whether such artistry and enjoyment will be matched by the forthcoming collections in the other fashion capitals of the world.
Another young pioneer, Hussein Chalayan, showed earlier in the evening with a fine collection of futuristic tailoring, second-skin latex dresses dresses, and collectable art deco print evening dresses. It is shows like these - perfectly executed and outstandingly creative - that keep London on the map.
Over at Hussein Chalayan, all seemed well, too - well enough for the designer to take the radical step of appearing on his own stage, alongside the dancer Michael Clark and various other esteemed artists, in a live rock band. Chalayan said that the collection was his anti-war protest - the invitation Vwas a picture of a grinning, blindfolded child pointing a gun. "Children see war as a game," the designer said. as women's supplement Rubber Clothing "I don't want this generation to grow up thinking like that." A continuing preoccupation with anatomy was more evident where the clothes themselves were concerned. Jersey dresses in bright fondant hues were dissected to reveal various body parts, and, later, entrails spilled from their edges. "I wanted to question people's preconceptions. Some people find these things disgusting. I find them beautiful." They were, indeed, just that, and for his bravery in refusing to compromise a cerebral stance, Chalayan must be applauded.