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In a recent study on fetishes, feet and toes were cited as the most lusted-after body parts. But what about hosiery fetishes? Not exactly. Hosiery is an opening salvo to the skin. Hosiery is erotic and mysterious and creates intrigue around the body. Artist Chris Luttrell , who works in various media, including fashion photography, explains his hosiery fetish.
Hosiery is the most suggestive of all, which is why stylists never arrive on set without a pair of hose. The right hosiery can correct a lighting effect, slim, contour, and elongate the leg. Stepping outside the fetish for a moment, the social politics of hosiery include a connotation of luxury, primarily because when hosiery first hit the market, there was nothing quite like them.
Women who wanted to be de rigeur traveled to Paris in pursuit of the finest black stockings. During World War II , when nylon fabric was being rationed and reallocated to the military to produce parachutes and ropes, fashionable women would often paint seams onto their legs, creating the illusion of pantyhose. Such an anecdote highlights the pleasure hosiery gives the wearer as well as the viewer. In the s, having an auteur like Newton shoot a box cover, even for a high fashion label, was a big deal. Even bigger was what happened next. Today, millennial women from Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton wear pantyhose as opposed to a bare leg, and hose are part of the dress code at Bank Swiss, according to Forbes.
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