Etsy.com is a relatively new (founded in ’05) e-commerce community where one can buy and sell all sorts of handmade items, from garments to home furnishings to original artwork. Their motto is “buy, sell, and live handmade.”
Good thing for us, they seem to be fetish-friendly. Recently, there’s been an upsurge of upstart and established latex designers starting shop pages on the site. I’ve compiled a list of pretty much all the latex designers I’ve found plus extra non-latex designers that may be of interest to you.
I hope more latex designers will jump on the Etsy bandwagon. We definitely need another alternative to fleabay. The best thing about shopping on Etsy: no more having to drudge through sixty pages of moldy molded gear and PVC or ‘wet look’ spandex crap when browsing.
The Latex/Rubber Etsy Shop List:
Am Statik (UK – Swindon)
Collective CHAOS (USA)
Dark Secrets Latex (UK – N.E. England)
Essential Latex (Copenhagen)*
Fierce Couture (USA – Los Angeles)
Hedony Design (France – Paris)
Hello Dolly Latex (UK – Sheffield)
HMS Latex (France – Paris)*
Jacqueline Marie Couture (USA – NYC)
Kaori’s Latex Dreams (UK – London)*
Kriszta Latex Wardrobe (Hungary)
Likorish Latex (UK)
Lust Designs (USA – San Diego)*
Naucler Design (Sweden)
Nimue’s Latex Fashions (USA – CA)
Ooh La Latex (UK – London)*
Peccatus (UK – London)
Spiral Stitching (USA)
Vaunt Designs (USA – Philly)
Venus Prototype (USA – Los Angeles)
Violaceous Latex (UK – Yorkshire)
Westward Bound (UK)
Non-latex + miscellaneous shops of interest:
Joias Organicas (Brazil)
Plastik Wrap (Canada – Toronto)
*Personal recommendations are marked with an asterisk.
Some shops were purposely not included in this list because there was no information listed in the profile and/or shop policies page or the garment photos looked like they were taken with a cell phone camera.