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Model feature : Del'Amore Breeze


Del'Amore Breeze is an alternative model with an abundance of experience & an ever changing look that stands out in her vast portfolio of work. Having taken on alternative fashion, fetish & pin up amongst her range of work.


How did you start modelling? Was it something that you always wanted to do, or did it just 'happen'?

A friend had done some modelling and asked if I wanted to come to a shoot as well. The minute I was in front of the camera I loved it, the photographer was surprised it was my first time and some of those shots are still my favourite today. I continued doing shoots with my friend never quite brave enough to venture out on my own all ways afraid that photographers would't want to work with me. Only in the last couple of years have I developed the self-confidence to pursue this career. I know my limitations, I'm never going to be a 6 ft fashion model but more importantly I now know what I can do and what I love doing.


How drew you towards alternative modeling?

In a way I don't see it as 'alternative' modelling as I am just modelling who I am. My love for the bizarre is crucial to my work. Hair, dress, jewellery anything that sometimes many people don't understand is where my passion is. The idea that you can create a persona in front of the camera or just be who you are inspires me to experiment more with my style both for shoots and for every day wear.


Do you have any fellow models or heroines who have inspired you?

There are so many amazing models that I see and love for different reasons, AndromedaX has the best hair, make up and style, her work is incredible. Miss cobweb's shoots are inspirational and so creative; she is also stunning. Then Abbie mac, her look is flawless, classic and produces work from vintage boudoir to latex vixen, she rocks it every time.


What kind of shoots would you like to work on in the future?

I would love to work on more latex styles and bringing creativity into each and every shoot that really creates an image that makes people stare. They may love it or hate but still makes them look twice.


What has been your biggest modelling achievement so far?

Being published for the first time made me jump around the room until I hit my head on a door frame. I couldn't believe that my little face was there, in a magazine! Also being told by a friend that works with teenagers with low self-esteem that he uses me as a positive example of someone that curves on a girl is a good thing. Knowing that I can help people that are suffering, makes me realise that the importance of being proud of yourself.


Del'Amore Breeze model

How did you discover your particular interest in alternative fashion?

When I was younger I was heavily into the dance scene in Bristol and with those clubs came fluffy boots, hand decorated hot pants, pipe cleaners in hair, everything bright colours and glowing U.V. from your hair to your make up I loved the use of colour and creativity that went with the scene. My first ever 'cyber' outfit was made from a shower curtain swiped from college!! I was happy not to fit into any mainstream fashion and loved being able to change and adapt how I have looked over the years. Sometimes I will be influenced more by certain scenes than another but that is the best thing about developing your own style you can change it as you choose not when anyone else chooses.


My entry into the fetish world was via two people, the stories they told had me captivated, listening to their tales of seduction, kink and pain aroused my interest and desire to enter this fantasy world that they had access to. The first ever fetish night I attended was Spank in Bristol. Nervous, I trusted their creativity and followed their advice as my carefully chosen outfit. I have since been told by them never to trust them!! Dressed in a white frilly basque, school skirt and frilly socks I took my first steps into world that I now love. I have carried on exploring this lifestyle in many different avenues, but never again dressed like that! The love for latex, leather and of course the clasp of the steel bones soon followed.


Are there any companies or designers that you'd like to work with?

I would love to work for some of my favourite latex companies, Lady Allura's latex, Fetasia latex and Om nom latex. Also for beautiful latex and feather accessories KinkyKex are amazing and I would be honoured to work with them.


What are your goals & aspirations for the future?

I would love to work on more Creative shoots, teaming up with designers, creators and strangely talented people that want to make their weirdest thoughts a reality. I love latex and if I could live in it I would so joining forces to create an unstoppable latex force would be make me one happy elf. Collecting more tattoos from amazingly talented people and appearing in a tattoo magazine would be amazing. I want to keep getting better, learning more and carry on loving what I do.


You can find out more about Del'Amore Breeze & her work over at www.modelmayhem.com/2534639


First image: Photographer - Wayne Preston | Second image: Photographer - Stuart McAllister




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