The objects of fetish
The fetishistic imagery appears everywhere and stamped assemblies “fetish” are multiplying around the world. What are the most common fetishes? How do artists and advertising people have they taken upon themselves the symbols of a world once reserved for a circle of insiders?
Unable to establish a list of the different fetishes as they are numerous and sometimes shifted. Doctissimo presents the most frequent.
Objects, icons and fetish imagery
Objects, icons and fetish imagery may be a material (leather, latex, fishnet, vinyl), part of the body (legs, breasts), object (shoes, pantyhose, high heels) , underwear (panties, garter belt) or clothing (uniforms, corsets). There is also the fetish glasses, the color of the hair, especially that of physics (round or very thin women contrary, pregnant women), fetishism disability, smells (good or bad), and some can be particularly surprising for the uninitiated: fetish smoking, urine, socks, needles, etc.
It may well include some of the most common, the Retifism which is fetish footwear, altocalciphilie, fetish heels or doraphilie for latex materials, leather, rubber … One of the most exotic is the plushophilie, which is the fetish fluff.
Fetishism in the media
But fetishism quickly spread beyond the circle of the few followers.
Many photographers (Christophe Mourthé, Ludovic Goubet, Robert Chouraqui), designers (Katja Ehrhardt and latex dolls, Patrice Catanzaro and leather corsets) and cartoonists are illustrated by staging fetishistic imagery in their works and achievements .dropoff window
Advertisers do not have them missed the mark and have understood that without seduce fetish performances are what attract the public eye and challenge with images of increasingly daring.
The cinema has not hesitated to endorse fetish icons include Matrix and its heroes in combination of leather, Barb Wire embodied by Pamela Anderson in total vinyl look, Catwoman, etc.
Stars have also understood the impact that could have on their fetish imagery public and gratify us regularly held that under no circumstances would indicate in the evening in the strict dress code. And Tina Turner, Samantha Fox, Meg Ryan, Beyonce or Shakira all have in their wardrobe perfect fetish range and do not miss an opportunity to share with their fans.
As for literature, the authors are not far behind. Thus, there are many books about fetishism. Lovers of beautiful legs affectionneront and “Legs women pictures” with Roger Viollet Editions, feet enthusiasts will love “The fetishism of the foot,” the Parkstone Publishing (Temptation collection), and all will enjoy “The fetish art” of the now famous Dita Von Teese.