German Latex Company Designs Kinky Barbie Doll for Charity
A Berlin-based latex designer has teamed with German lifestyle magazine TUSH to create a particularly kinky Barbie wardrobe to raise money for a "Design With Barbie" charity project.
This isn't the same project that everyone's favorite grammatically incorrect -- but anatomically endowed -- rap-popstress Nicki Minaj hooked up with in December, but it doesn't really matter because obviously latex kinky-time Barbie is the clear winner of this beauty contest.
For reference, that was Project Angel Food, which provides food for families affected by HIV and AIDS. Similarly worthy cause, just less German.
Très Bonjour and TUSH Magazine co-designed some latex couture with just 20 hours to complete it. The result is this black latex gown complete with just as many frills as it has harness gauntlets (the essentials) with a matching hood and, of course, a mohawk.
Each Barbie doll creation is reportedly on display during Berlin Fashion Week at popular shopping center KaDaWe, and at the end of this year each doll will be auctioned off to raise money for "Wir helfen Kindern" courtesy of German TV station RTL.
Fingers crossed for Très Bonjour. Way to show the world that latex isn't just for slick, smooth, cinched-in sex -- it's just as much couture as it is kinky!