Dawnamatrix photo of woman in the bathroom wearing latex bodysuit

USA Based Brand Dawn-a-Matrix Sells Tight Latex Fashions

Dawnamatrix designs bespoke handcrafted latex fashion and rubber couture. Their shiny plastic costumes are kinky and future at the same time.

Dawnamatrix was founded by Dawn Mostow, a Harvard educated latex designer and artist. She infuses each design with self-expression, romance, sensuality and strength. The latex rubber fashion line includes garments and accessories that have been in Vogue, WWD and Popsugar.

Where would you wear latex? Last March in an interview with City Arts Magazine Mostow remarked, “I do wear latex. To fashion events, gallery openings. I like to be seen and I like what it does to the figure. You’ll turn heads in these clothes when you walk in a room.”

Dawnamatrix Sleeveless Bodysuit

The Sleeveless Bodysuit ($250) is everything you need in a latex rubber bodysuit. The high neck collar and sleeveless contours offset the high thigh cut accenting curves with a back zipper.

Dawnamatrix Lux Bra and High Waisted Panty

The High Waisted Panty ($100) and Lux Bra ($120) can be made in any color of latex. The Opera Length Gloves ($50) are sold separately for people that are into classical music and stuff.

Dawnamatrix Cheeky Skirt

You have seen mini skirts and vinyl skirts but the Cheeky Skirt ($120) tosses out the rule book and says, hey world this is my ass take a good look at it. It’s like wearing nothing at all.

Dawnamatrix Daenerys Skirt

Dawnamatrix also designs latex costumes such as the Daenerys Skirt ($350) that looks like something the khaleesi would wear only in 100% rubber latex. They also have Alice in Wonderland.

Most Dawnamatrix designs are made to order, giving customers the chance to customize their size and color choices. You can also order custom made latex pieces, and even a vinyl wedding gown.

To learn more about Dawnamatrix, and shop the entire collection, visit their official website.

Cover photo via Dawnamatrix.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.