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VOID OF COURSE - Leather. Bondage. Love.
The UK brings us some of the most revolutionary music, fashion and style this planet has ever seen. From brands and fashion houses like Stella McCartney, Agent Provocateur, Doc Martin, TopShop and many more, it has always been at the forefront of what’s next.
Recently, I’ve discovered a brand new UK-based line called Void Of Course, created in collaboration by two artists named Chris Sutton and Sean-Anthony Moran. Both men are well versed in the art of fashion via both the London College of Fashion and Belfast’s University of Ulster. Sutton was even named one of the most 66 most influential young creatives last year by Attitude Magazine.
As I was perusing through their online lookbook, I was delighted to see such an amazing combination of latex and black leather. With most of their sexual “Impossibility of Love” Autumn/Winter 2011 collection gearing towards a heavy bondage theme, it comes across as extremely sexy with a curiously dangerous and spiked edge. Some of the items are a little extreme and I don’t know if they could be seen outside of Berlin or Amsterdam sex clubs (i.e. the skeletal mask, Hannibal Lecter masks, Penis shoes, and three-headed headpiece) but, they are absolutely pieces of art nonetheless.
Take a look at some of the designs from the VOID OF COURSE “Impossibility of Love” A/W 2011 Collection.
This is probably my favorite outfit from the collection. The jacket reeks of class, but the pants/shoes reek of sex. Perfect!
Gasmask Glamour. All humor aside, the leather and lace vest is very sexy and intricate. The skirt is actually floor length tulle and is to die for, unfortunately, it’s a little too crotch revealing for Blonde-A-Holic!
The pants say “I’m tall, badass, and ready to rock”, the mask says “It’s nice to see you, Clareese, it is now time for your whipping!”
This skirt is so interesting, it looks the same way in the back as it does in the front but that photo was also little too revealing (is that such a thing?) for Blonde-A-Holic as is a lot of VOID OF COURSE’s pieces, oops.
Can’t live without my LBD, baby.
What do you think of VOID OF COURSE? A must or a minus? It’s definitely not for everyone, but anyone with a rock n’ roll heart, like all of my readers, I’m sure can appreciate the artistic nature and shock factor of the line. You can check out the entire lookbook here at the official VOC website. After all, there’s nothing like a little latex in the morning.
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xx Barbie McQueen