Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Art, Porn & Fashion Fuse: Baron Magazine x RARA SS13

If you've not yet heard of Baron Magazine, then you have now.
The brainchild of Ed-in-Chief, Jonathan Baron, also co-founder of Studio Baron; the publication is a fusion of pornography and art, which strips away the often tacky graphic sexual imagery associated with porn (think plastic tits and eye-watering G-strings beckoning you from the top shelf), and replaces it with a highly stylised collection of carefully curated erotic images (think Agent Provocateur lingerie and the female form in all its unedited glory). You won't find any airbrushed nipples that look like you could hang a winter coat off of them in Baron, no Siree! 

The 'Erotic Paperback Magazine' is aimed at men and women who "enjoy a cocktail" and then taking each other home to embark on the kind of adventure which involves "a camcorder pulled from beneath the four poster bed and a pair of bespoke leather handcuffs revealed". (Baron Magazine, 2012)
I feel a 50 Shades of Grey moment coming on....

The debut issue (released earlier this year), is a fusion of adult entertainment, such as stories about the last peep shows in London's Soho; and provocative art and fashion imagery from photographers like Qiu Yang whose work is inspired by 1950-1970 Playboy centrefolds; and gay porn directors including Bruce LaBruce.

Baron's latest venture explores the world of fashion, with a new diffusion line of T-shirts created in collaboration with design duo RARA, to be unveiled at the label's main line SS13 catwalk presentation at London Fashion Week (Sep 17th). The 'Baron does RARA' collection is inspired by the female interpretation of what men find sexual and includes a 'pubic hair' inspired design.
Showcasing the lookbook styles is model and presenter Laura Jackson - who also demonstrates her oral skills.... with a banana (make of that what you will). 
The T-shirts will be available via the Baron Magazine store and the RARA webstore - and if the preview images below don't contain enough flesh for you, there's a video to accompany the collection featuring a semi-naked model doing some kind of interpretive dance on the floor?? Directed by Edith Bergfors with music by Ryan Smith, watch it below:






Images © Baron Magazine, 2012



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