A week ago I wrote that Libidex had sent me clothing to support Project L’s continuity. On the very same weekend we had a photoshoot to show out the new clothes.
Here it is. Hike in Helsinki II – with the same model from the first part.
The photoshoot was planned and executed in a really short time, only in the span of two days – usually it takes at least a week to arrange all necessary schedules, shooting locations, ideas etc. Luckily for me, the model suggested some excellent locations where to shoot at.
We were extremely lucky with the weather, as after the date of the photoshoot the Finnish weather went nuts; there were hailstorms, even snowfall. In the middle of June. That’s simply insane.
Perhaps the name “Hike” in Helsinki is not that correct for the images itself, but I believe that it displays our journey through different parts of Helsinki beyond the photos.
Latex dresses, bodysuit and tights provided by Libidex.
Amazing job!, the same beautiful model from the Christmas’s set, keep up the good work!, I like the color combination of these pictures and the landscapes as well.
Tuomas: these images are your best ones yet. I just love the innocence and riot of colours set against such a charming landscape. Truly beautiful
Tuomas … excellent work again and fantastic that Libidex have supported you. ProjectL deservis it! I love the mint-green leggings/tights in this set, mixed with black. Looks beautiful. Are they leggings or stirrup tights? Or full tights? Great work. Keep it up :)
If I’m not terribly mistaken, they’re Libidex’s Classic tights (http://libidex.com/libidex-latex/Tights-classic/258/1). I believe that they’re only 0.2mm thick, as they’re so thin and light.
Thanks. That sounds very thin to me, but they look amazing on and work great with the black top and jacket. Also a great contrast with the model’s hair. She’s done a great job again, as have you. Great work.
Very good job. I like your series. Hopefully other countries will follow to make such videos and show latex as a normal material for clothes in daily use and not only for fetish events.
Therefore you have definitely arrived in the 21’th century. Thank you. Have you ever tried to build some Project L wallpaper? I will use one ;-)
Greetings from Germany!
Come in Italy and I try supporting you in a great photshot !
It is a very good thing to present this material isn’t meant only for a group of mavericks using them backdoor for weird celebrations. These eye catching outfits got the talent to become a part of the mainstream of fashion.
The girl makes these pics awesome, her eyes make me feel I get lost in fairyland, never wanting to come back.
Go on with this Campaign!
I really like the pink dress from Libidex in the first pictures.
Would you please let me know if and where it can be bought?
Please continue with your work. It’s stunning.
Thank you for your kind words.
The dress is truly from Libidex, but for some reason I can’t find its name nor the store page currently. I’ll ask Libidex and return here with answers.
Apparently the dress is part of the upcoming Madamoiselle collection. The catalogue should be online in a few weeks at http://www.libidex.com – I’ll return to you when I’ve got more information.
Very nice shots Tuomas, very nice.
She looks at 1st glance,like the girl next door,but on closer inspection she is a wolf in sheep’s clothing.very nice
Beautiful girl and outfits!
An amazing set again! And a stunning, gorgeous girl. Struck me in set no. 12 already. I’d really like to know her name.
My favorite image of this set is MG_8162 (the close-up in front of a graffitti wall), even though there’s no latex to be seen on this photo. But the model’s beautiful face and hair makes me want to hug her … ;-)
And there’s a contrast between the girl’s stance and the expression in her face. The photo conveys strength and pride, but at the same time desperation and helplessness. It makes me wonder what she’s going to say next. Is it “Get lost and mind your own business”, or rather “Please, I badly need help”?
I appreciate your intention, Tuomas, to promote latex as a regular clothing material. But I’m afraid the better part of society simply isn’t ready for it yet. People wrinkle their nose at the sight of a young woman wearing shiny PVC leggings. Many still consider that something … raunchy. Even more so for latex. It’s still a long way to go, I guess.