VonGutenberg Magazin

Popping with Lüllepop

From time to time we like to feature new designers in the pages of Von Gutenberg but Lüllepop is so provocative I wanted to
give you a little look-see here as well.
Created by Cathleen Reinheckel & Andre Gawanka, this young, unique Berlin fashion label is attempting to revolutionize latex
fashions with clever catchy combinations of textiles and latex. Using lace, Lycra, fine Nappa leather-even knitted
materials-cleverly integrated with latex feminine lines Lüllepop gear takes full advantage of the female form, endeavoring to
lure and bedazzle the male of the species. The company also uses lots of lace to keep a soft feminine touch with their racier
fem-dom style latex outfits.
They have created G-strings & triangular bras, and an array of charming panties too.
Ready for the start of the 15th Erotic Fair in Berlin ( Venus ) Cathleen and Andre created a fitting Desous collection, turning
heads and beguiling the public…particularly the men in attendance, while their Dolcessa in autunno collection featured colors
spanning from soft Champagne tones to a warm passionate burgundy filling the eye with a deep full-bodied red wine taste.
Lüllepop also designed some of the latex and lace dream garments that model Micaela Schäfer-the face of 2011-wore at the
Venus Berlin Awards. For a complete look and feel Lüllepop sells a number of fitting accessories like arm bands, spats, collars,
The Lüllepop aesthetic is at once eye-catching and extravagant, yet still practical and wearable and we just know they will
continue to be a growing force in our community.