Check out the serene queen of darkness! The hauntingly beautiful Rubber Alice wearing:
- German Nazi SS uniform
- Russian Military uniform
Shooting to topless and nude levels and channelling The Night Porter for inspiration for this shoot. Enter the bizarre world of Rubber Alice and be delighted like never before!
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Nazi chic, particularly the black SS officer’s uniform we shot in above, has been widely adopted and fetishized by underground gay and BDSM lifestyle groups, as well as Japanese cosplay.
Parts (and variations) of the uniform, such as the leather boots and peaked cap, have become standard wear for the female dominatrix and male master or dominant.
In the 1970s the uniform’s association with sadomasochism and forbidden sexuality was embodied in a wave of violent Nazisploitation films such as Ilsa, She-Wolf of the SS and the controversial art-house film The Night Porter (1974).
In the latter film, a topless Charlotte Rampling has an iconic scene performing a Marlene Dietrich song for a group of concentration camp guards while wearing parts of an SS uniform. Her ensemble of army boots and pants, suspenders, peaked cap, and black opera gloves has been imitated countless times, most notably in pop singer Madonna’s banned Justify My Love video in 1990.
A slightly less revealing version of this outfit was worn by Lady Gaga in her 2009 music video for the single “LoveGame”.