Sporting the moniker: “Latex rubber fetish fashion handmade in London since 1991” the infamous House of Harlot is not only the exclusive designers, manufacturers and suppliers of the TG Rubber Fashion range, suppliers of costumes to feature films and high-end fashion houses, but we feature them in our new Von Gutenberg issue #8.
The staff at House Of Harlot: Robin Archer, creative director and owner; Kelly Duncan, production manager for both House of Harlot and their Torture Garden Clothing; Florence Druart, garment maker, designer as well as press liaison and salesperson; garment maker and administrator Dana Omari and garment maker Iris Triki approach their ultra unique couture as an art form. So much so not only is the House of Harlot London store (Shop 2B, 63-65 Princelet Street-just off of Brick Lane) a fashion stop for fashionistas, kinky lifestylers and just about anyone else looking for the most unique clothing, this design house has worked with Louis Vuitton, Oscar de la Renta, Vivienne Westwood (to name but a few), supplied costumes to films “The Zero,” “Jupiter Ascending” and “My Mistress” and just this past month sponsored the Best Full Rubber at the Annual Rubber Awards 2013.
In 1997, House of Harlot began their wholesale began wholesale latex garment manufacturing selling to stores in L.A., NYC, London, Dusseldorf, Tokyo and Sydney and are presently enjoying the 2nd anniversary of their London store. Stop in or search for them online at http://www.houseofharlot.com and tell them we sent you. You can also check out our House of Harlot spread by buying a copy of our brand new issue 8 here: http://www.vongutenberg.com/shop/Von-Gutenberg-Magazine-Issue-8.html