60s V-line Top
In the style of a V-line top from the 60s. Wear it like in the photos with a demi skirt or 3/4 capri pants. Also very sophisticated under a cardigan or jacket. And if you combine it with a skirt of the same color it will look like a dress. Quite intricate.
Mona in the first batch of photos is 176cm tall and usually wears size XS and S tops and size M or L bottoms. Leni holding up the Le Chien bags is 165cm tall and of petite XS build for tops and bottoms. The V-line top in the photos is size S, but also looks great on a S and an M upper body. It has bust line with darts on sides and a neckline with a trim.
„I've been intrigued by latex as a garment material for clothing for quite some time. It can create a stretched surface but it can also flow warmly. Its deep colors and smooth surface give the designs a unique plasticity and flatter your body.
I have long been tickled by the challenge of making everyday key-pieces out of a material that is more commonly associated with the fetish scene.
For me, the suspense arises between the natural, biodegradable material in its comic-like presence on the one side and timeless designs on the other side."
Fabian Seibert, Jewelry/Product Designer and Engineer
The TARZA & JANE Style
The blend of latex and classic, rather conservative cuts for everyday life fascinates and inspires us. It puts a completely new spotlight on this material.
We are currently working with designer & model Mona Steinhäußer so we can offer her chic leather harnesses here in the store in the near furture. By the way, Mona recycles leather sofas for her harnesses. Just right!
MANUFACTURING IN AACHEN, GERMANY
A fascination for Latex
The latex clothing is designed and manufactured in our small workshop in Aachen. The material is mostly provided by regional suppliers.
Daniel Wergen runs MLF Making Latex Fashion. Fabian and Daniel cooperate in the background on a broad basis and combine their skills. Not stupid, ey :)
Fabian and Daniel Wergen of MLF
(Fabian: bad hair day)