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Atsuko Kudo is a Japanese fashion designer based in London. She started producing latex womenswear in 2001. The brand now offers latex-only clothing, shoes, accessories and lingerie. 2009 saw the beginning of Kudo's work with Lady Gaga. Kudo's creations included looks for Gaga's now legendary Glastonbury performance and the infamous red latex Elizabethan gown and ruff, the ‘condom inspired’ outfit in support of AIDS awareness - designed in collaboration with Mugler. She also collaborated on Mugler Fall/Winter 2011 womenswear collection with Nicola Formichetti. Also in 2011, they did the first entirely latex runway show in New York.

Rainbow Girls Collection[edit | edit source]

  1. "Rosette" hat in black
  2. "Diana Lace" waspie in black

Love From Berlin Collection[edit | edit source]

  1. "Eden" corsetted dress in black

French Kiss Collection[edit | edit source]

  1. "Kick Hem" dress in a semi-transparent black

Love Fashion 1 Collection[edit | edit source]

  1. "Lady P" pencil skirt in light brown
  2. "Deluxe Simone Basque" in semi-transparent purple with leopard print
  3. "Deluxe Driving" gloves in black

Love Fashion 2 Collection[edit | edit source]

  1. "Fifties Cup"' bra in black, pink and red
  2. "Betty" knickers in white with pink, red and black
  3. "Lady P" brief in black

Spring/Summer 2011 RTW "Lingerie New York" Collection[edit | edit source]

Lingerie New York is a philanthropic event created by the 7 Bar Foundation. Atsuko Kudo headlined the 2010 show in New York City with an array of latex couture lingerie, headwear and clothing.

  1. "Alejandra" hat in black
  2. Thick "Crystal suit" jacket with a thick "Crystal Pencil" skirt, ladies gloves and a custom leash in jade green
  3. "Crystal" hat in jade green

Other[edit | edit source]

  1. Couture latex leggings

Collaborations[edit | edit source]

AK for Mugler[edit | edit source]

  1. "Condom inspired" little crop top, pants and one-button jacket with zippers

Fall/Winter 2011 Collection[edit | edit source]

AK x Charlie le Mindu[edit | edit source]

Menswear[edit | edit source]

Custom[edit | edit source]

  1. Studded open face hood in black
  2. Studded open face hood, dress, and gloves in red
  3. Studded "Fifties cup" bra, "Betty" knickers and latex epaulets with chains in red
  4. Latex couture gown in red
  5. Latex top in black and purple, based from the top of the red couture gown
  6. "Wonder cup" pencil dress and a cowboy hat in yellow
  7. Studded "Fifties cup" bra and "Lady P" brief in black
  8. Variation of "Deluxe Simone Basque" in semi-transparent purple with leopard print
  9. Red nun latex dress with open hood in white
  10. Catsuit with zippers in semi-transparent natural
  11. Ballerina outfit in baby pink
  12. Latex couture gown in black
  • The red gown was exhibited during Ballgowns: British Glamour Since 1950 on May 19, 2012 to June 1st, 2013 at Victoria and Albert Museum.

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