Fetish clothing has close ties (pardon the pun) with the Goth lifestyle (and to a certain degree, the punk and rockabilly, as well). They share the same preference for pleather (fake leather), dramatic cuts, chrome and metallic embellishments, corsetry, and other trimmings that define an alternative lifestyle.
Today’s entry mentions three of the best goth fetish models in the industry today. Feast your eyes, folks!
1. Scar 13
Scar 13 is a beautiful and sensual Goth girl who goes for body modification (notice the artful scars on her arms) and extreme makeup and costumes to depict her chosen lifestyle. Her site, Scar 13, shows her in various scenarios, costumes, and poses (and, okay, states of undress, too!) looking so artful and gorgeous, it sometimes hurt to watch her do her thing!
Apnea used to be part of a roster of models for a famous Goth-inspired site, but she broke away to make her own career path. Good move on her part, as fans started looking out for her as an individual with a unique style. Many can chronicle how her tattoos came to be, and how she developed her one of a kind pixie-ish look. Apnea made the rounds of modeling for the Goth scene (she appeared several times in Gothic Beauty and other publications), but today, she has a cult following with her own site, Apneatic. This generation Attention deficit disorder spured on by the internet has made me feel like I can’t focus on anything anymore and Apnea captures that look perfectly.
3. Lady Amaranth
Lady Amaranth Flickr shows her working her Gothic charms to the hilt.
Hers is a style that closely adheres to the Goth lifestyle more than the fetish, so it comes off as more theatrical and picturesque than the rest of her Goth-fetish peers. Lady Amaranth has earned a cult following, with many labeling her as the “Queen of Goths”. She has done Vampire and Romantic Goth, and is expected to walk the walk and talk the talk of her lifestyle, and not just as a posturing clothes-horse for dark and dramatic clothing