Item #67643 "O" - Broken Run Of First Twenty-Six Issues [Nos. 1-23, 26]; Fashion, Fetish & Fantasies. Peter W. Czernich, Ron Mayer.

"O" - Broken Run Of First Twenty-Six Issues [Nos. 1-23, 26]; Fashion, Fetish & Fantasies. Nos. 1-23, 26 / 1989-1996.

Essen / Wuppertal / Solingen / Hong Kong: TECHOM / Peter W. Czernich / "O" Publishing House, Ltd / Ron Mayer, 1989-96. Saddle-stapled and perfect-bound magazines. Light shelfwear. Very Good.

Item #67643

Set of twenty-four issues, 72-132pp. each, including covers, illustrated throughout with b/w and color photos and illustrations. Nos. 10-15 include fold-out centerfolds. International erotic fashion, fetish and bondage magazine, with pictorials, articles, fiction, news, scene reports, etc. Lots of rubber, latex, leather, corsets, shoes, boots, lingerie, etc. O was started in 1989 as a successor to the German version of Skin Two magazine, Skin Two Germany. The magazine was notably in a trademark dispute with Oprah Winfrey and Hearst Magazines over their O: The Oprah Magazine title. O magazine ceased publication in 1994 and was followed by Marquis magazine issued that same year. Features include: Margaret Murphy-King on rubber fetishism. Marilyn Monroe in rubber (artwork). Corset Discipline. Excited by the Kat (fashion by Ellen Schippers). Body Painting. Jeff Willis interview and artwork. Long Distance Domination. Pack Art (women in boxes and cling film). Interview with Mistress Jane. Interview with fetish artist Tom. Demask Party. Interview with Steve English. Robert Chouraqui. Vivienne Westwood, by Tuppy Owens. Karo. Obsessive Art. Domina Sharka interview. New Age in Rubber - art of Werner Beyeler. Demask's Europerve II. Debbie Pickford interview. Modern Armour. Master of the Ponygirls. Classic in Rubber and Netting. Terminatrix. Fiction: A Turn of the Tables.The Stranger. The Bus Stop. Fetish Fever. Incident at the Fountain. The Bet. The Bowl of Fruit. Seeing in the Dark. A Day at the Races (ponygirl). A Lesson for Juliette. Testing Boots. Fetish Food. Second Hand Skin. Pandora's Box. Robot Girl (with 6 Sorayama illustrations). Polymorph. Pictorials: Miami Beach Bitch. Fashions in See-Through plastic. Puppet on a String. Rubber Dolls. Wet Dreams. Haute Couture in Latex. Slick Chic. Masked Lust. Lady Diver (rubber wetsuit and fins). Alien Meats Gwendoline. PVC Fashions from Denmark. Glossy Girl. Bunny Skins (Karen Wit fashions). The Straight-Laced Ladies of the Castle. Rubbermaid. Night Stuff. Fashion Swimwear. The Adventures of 'Sweet Gwendoline'. Wild Designs. Killer Queen. Strict Design. Maid Service. Ball Bizarre. Justine. Anette K. Sister Have Mercy. Sensuous Rubber. Art Fashion by Ellen Schippers. Black Rubber Beauty. Carol Lynn. Miss Rubber from Berlin. A Rubber Dream. Anette K: Heiss unter der gummihaut. Role Reversal. Fetish Fireworks. Dream Dresser. Lady Latex and Her Maid. Prisoner of Lust. In Memoriam Betty Page. Petit Bijou. Vinyl Vamp. Deadlier than the Male. Indecent Exposure. An Afternoon at the Cafe. Plastic Sushi. Laila: Hot in the Tub. The Girl from Paris, The Domina, and Her Assistant. Bizarre Manoeuvres in the Dark. Tabby. Kinky Panther. Andre Pigur: Berlin. Karo. Photographers include Wolfgang Eichler, Antonin Kratochvil, Danny Willems, Peter W. Czernich, Herbert W. Hesselmann, Trevor Watson, Andre Pigur, Herbert Behnke, Robert Chouraqui, Gunter Blum, Eric Kroll, Olaf Martens, Werner Pawlok, Nicolas Plakidas. Art by Tom, Hajime Sorayama, Franco Saudelli, Alain Linck. Sorayama pin-ups in issues 7-15. Photography by Aniela Adams, Erik Hansen, Leroy Roper, Barry Rosem, Michael Russ, and Yamazaki. Art by Robert Blue, Trevor Jacques, Eric Stanton Peter Kim, and P. Sheeba. Fashion by Australian designer Sax. Also, a Robert Blue profile. PLEASE NOTE: due to the size and weight of this multi-volume set, this item will require additional shipping for destinations outside the US. Please write for details; we will ship at cost.

Price: $750.00

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