Get Gaga’s Gorgeous Gear

 

The 25-year-old singer bared her skin in a sheer Dolce & Gabbana lace dress, wearing black underwear underneath, teamed with long leather gloves.

Lady Gaga did not let a bout of winter weather prevent her from being at the top of cutting-edge fashion as she tottered along to her book launch this week in a customary outlandish outfit.

Sheltering under an umbrella, Gaga walked talk in a pair of towering platforms, which could be seen through her sheer ensemble.

 

 

We love to please so we have recreated this hot look for you.

We have chosen a gorgeous Sheer Lace Dress that is sleeveless, to ensure you showcase the Leatherette Gloves, with a V-neck rather than a high one to increase titillation.

We think Latex teams perfectly with lace dresses as the visible underwear. Why not go further with this hot new look and add stockings and suspenders too.

Now all you need is a pair of ridiculously raunchy shoes . . .and a pair of dark sunglasses.

Sizzle this Xmas in sheer beauty.

We are making headline news . . .with a little help from Kitty

Our clothes were used to dress the dancers for Kitty’s spectacle of a performance on Saturday. Last week saw X Factor contestants embrace the Lady Gaga v Queen theme, with Lady Gaga herself performing and Kitty belting out Queen’s Don’t Stop Me Now. Her song choice was somewhat of a statement after she ended up in the bottom two last week. But former stripper, Kitty Brucknell, received praise from the judges after her performance, of what was perhaps her most outrageous of the series yet.

Stepping out onto the stage dressed all in black with huge hair and glittery make-up, feisty Kitty danced around on a podium surrounded by leather clad dancers, courtesy of us, who gyrated their way through her performance. The dancer’s costumes were chariot horse inspired and featured our popular leather bondage harnesses and PVC trousers and shirts.

Unfortunately Kitty found herself in the bottom two again and was axed on Sunday’s results show when the judges voted her off following a sing-off with Misha B.

But as their verdict sank in, sobbing Kitty snatched the microphone from host Dermot O’Leary and sang an unaccompanied chorus of Gaga’s hit Born This Way.

A show insider said: ‘Gaga couldn’t believe Kitty had been axed and thought she was one of the most talented and exciting acts in the competition. She thought that Kitty had been misunderstood and it reminded her of her own struggles to be accepted.’

Gaga then stunned the show’s judges by leading Kitty back to her dressing room to give her a cup of tea and some advice on how to launch her career.

Regardless of Kitty’s earlier exit she has a huge following that includes none other than Queen guitarist Brian May, who gave her performance of Who Wants To Live Forever in week one the thumbs-up, saying: ‘Thank you, Kitty, for putting your heart into it in such an individual way. Go Kitty!’ His loyalty to Kitty’s unique talent continued with him blogging of the 26 year-old eccentric: ‘Kitty, try looking at what they said about Freddie Mercury when we started out. Jealousy is a powerful emotion – it turns people into beasts. They are all wishing they were you.’

We are very proud to have our products involved in such high drama and quality showmanship. To view just how striking our attire is and what fantastic support it gave to Kitty’s fetish inspired performance, click on the link below.

Honour and Kitty steal the limelight

Top your outfit off with a wig

The hottest accessory this season is a wig, and often lollipop coloured at that.

Prior to Lady Gaga’s and Katy Perry’s time of fame, the wig was considered an article of fancy dress. Now wigs are no longer looked upon as a weird thing that comically sits on your head.

Hair has a superb way of drastically changing your look.

With a fabulous array of wig hair styles available now in various hair lengths, colours and textures you are bound to find that special new look you desire.

Katie Perry’s music video for California Gurls kicked off the wig fetish, displaying her in a wonderful range of vibrant wigs, accompany by sweetie themed outfits.

 

Jessie J followed suit by sporting a bright blue wig to perform on the USA X Factor this week. The 23-year-old singer dressed up like a rainbow-coloured lollipop to perform her latest single, Domino.

 

But the ultimate in this new hairy trend is Miss Gaga. Lady Gaga is rarely seen without a wig these days. From a giant blonde hair bobble wrapped in a thread of black wavy hair streaks to two gigantic black and white hair buns, Lady Gaga is at the forefront of wig wearing.

So jump on the hair vehicle and have some fun creating new looks and alter egos.

Get dangerous with your footwear

Dangerous dressing is not just for the weekend, as Lindsay Lohan proved yesterday in formidable sky high heels.

The 25-year-old actress was seen tottering in a pair of curved high heels in New York whilst chatting on the phone.

She teamed the towering Oscar shoes, by Walter Steiger, with an all-black long-sleeved dress, dark sunglasses and opaque tights.

The Freaky Friday star, who had scraped her peroxide tresses into a messy ponytail and appeared to be make-up free, looked Gothic as she took a stroll in New York City.

The precarious shoes were reminiscent of the Claw Shoes designed by the late Alexander McQueen, and favoured by the likes of daring fashion folk Daphne Guinness and Rihanna.

Someone also not to be too far behind a killer fashion is Lady Gaga.  She was seen sporting 12 inch heels at an interview for M.A.C Cosmetics’ Viva Glam Campaign.

The popular cosmetics company has launched its newest shades of lipstick and lip gloss, inspired by Lady Gaga.  All proceeds will go to the M.A.C. AIDS fund to raise AIDS awareness.

The super high shoes are decorated with fan photos, showing that Lady Gaga’s huge fan base is important to her success.  Fans are surely dying to know if their faces have become part of Gaga’s shoes.

We too at Honour love any fashion aspect that is set to be a killer. Our collection of shoes and boots is aptly labelled ‘Killer Shoes’ and holds fabulously exotic designs to satisfy all daring minds.

Fetish Dominating Fashion

New found bravery is being found on our catwalks this season.

Plastic and rubber may offer a diverse and varied range of qualities extremely suitable for the bedroom, but these unique materials are now proving to be quite the star attraction on the fashion runways too. These exotic materials are to be housebound no more.

With leggings and mackintoshes made of PVC and latex, stiletto-heeled shoes of recycled hardware and other unexpected fashion plunges, many designers are finding success in risqué trends that haven’t taken off in previous years.

Critics and columnists continue the debate as to what the success of these daring fashions can be attributed to. Perhaps it’s the current state of the world, a new severity of uncertainty in the future that needs to be decorated with fun and frolics, which has finally opened the door for fashion to go where it’s never dared to go before.

The dark-futurism of what has been dubbed ‘cyber-punk’ is hard not to be intrigued by. The ‘cyber-punk’ style is bold and seamlessly pulled off by respected designers such as Thierry Mugler, Louis Vuitton and Burberry.

Laga Gaga’s stylist Nicola Formechetti, creative director for Thierry Mugler, constructed a rubber range for his 2011 Autumn/Winter collection that included such items as latex leggings, skirts and bodysuits. Gaga herself appeared in a latex get-up, accessorised with a tricorn hat and pearls.

The materials being showcased are mainly PVC and latex, with the ‘wet look’ being paraded by a variety of A-listers. A fabulous style statement that looks so much more interesting than regular leggings or tights. The definition of where fashion ends and fetishism starts. Step out of the bedroom and onto the street, your moment has come.