Loitered Lens: Great British Tattoo Show (Part Two)

Needles, inkguns, rubber and balm - colourful scenes from Alexander Palace

Great British Tattoo Show

Back in the tattoo show, female and male tattooed models were strutting their stuff on the catwalk to an industrial soundtrack.

The array of rubber outfits including the standard fare such as military dresses and a zip-up catsuit which must have been murder in the heat, to more offbeat offerings, including a baseball jacket and latex tracksuit type designs, combining fetish with street wear.

– Sarah Corbett-Batson reporting from the Great British Tattoo Show at London’s Alexander Palace.

Photos by Carl Byron Batson. Not to be reproduced without express prior permission.

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