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Northbound outfits up and coming underground fetishists, main stream conservatives and celebrities from musicians to actors/actresses alike. Also, since 1988, Northbound Leather has hosted monthly fetish parties, which continue to this date. Northbound Leather’s reputation spans the globe selling its clothing and accessories in major cities on 4 continents. Northbound was the first in Canada to bring leather and fetish to a larger audience not only in nightclubs, but also globally on the internet as it began one of the world’s first retail web sites back in 1994. Today, the store outfits everyone from stockbrokers to club kids.
Ego Assassin are a Toronto-based latex-design and screen printing team, established in 2005. They specialise in modern styles with original prints and graphics. They love the bold, the beautiful, the crazy, the fearless, the perverted, the new, the hot, the intelligent, the creative, the hormone overdriven, the rough, the polished, the slippery, the sleek, the sweet, the freaks, the book of the month, and the treat of the week.
Ego Assassin draw their inspiration from visions of the future, metropolitan life, late nights that turn into brilliant mornings, acts of heroism and villainy, and sexy people running around naked.
Since 2001 Plastik Wrap has been a future forward thinking clothing line, well established within the underground fashion scene.
Designed by Adriana Fulop and Ryan Webber, Plastik Wrap is creating both men's and women's line of modern street and clubwear styles. Plastik Wrap can be found in select retailers around the globe. Recently published in Gothic: Dark Glamour by Valerie Steele.
FUTURSTATE’s vision is a hybrid of industrial and futuristic alternative fashion - sharp and structured, with implied sexuality and dark overtones. Militaristic and sexy, FUTURSTATE is full of details, adventurous silhouettes, and interesting cuts. Using highly modern tech materials, fake synthetics contrasting with eco fabrics, rubber, and surface prints, FUTURSTATE has created a dark fashion aesthetic fit for an apocalyptic world.
Since its inception in 2003, Canadian design company FUTURSTATE has been at the forefront of independent alternative fashion. The collections feature men’s and women’s clothing with a modern and sexy edge. FUTURSTATE can be found online at www.futurstate.com and in specialty boutiques in Canada, USA, UK, Europe, and Japan.
Artifice Clothing has been in business since 2004 and has a global customer base. Their clothing is made to order through www.ArtificeClothing.com
Emily Rishea is the Toronto based designer of Artifice Clothing. Describing what she does as “an odd assortment of shiny over-the-top clothing & well-fitted classics”, Artifice has manage to differentiate themselves from standard alternative clothing companies by pushing boundaries, trying new things, & crossing genres. With a customer base from all corners of the world their secret lies in their ability to combine unexpected materials with eccentric styling. Artifice’s aesthetic ranges from demure to truly bizarre, partnered with a sense of humour.