Britney Spears 'Womanizer' Video Introduces Two New Styles for Syren Latex Couture
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Britney Spears' latest "Womanizer" video is reported to have attracted over seven million hits within the first 48 hours of its release, resulting in massive exposure for two of Syren Latex Couture's (www.syren.com) newest styles.
“We can't think of a more exciting way to debut these brand new styles than in her comeback video. I created the vest style with her body type in mind. It's especially flattering on small to modest breasted women and she looks smashing in it.”
"This means that more people than we could have dreamed of have now seen the amazing new cropped vest and 'Muir Cap' that Britney wore in the video," said Jeffrey Gent, designer with Syren.com, the leading latex fashion house.
"Womanizer" is the first single from Spears' upcoming studio album "Circus," which will be released on her 27th birthday on December 2nd. The video is available for viewing online at sites such as thefrisky.com at thefrisky.com/post/246-video-debut-britney-spears-womanizer/?gclid=CNW mi8jzq5YCFQslHgod1XYEyQ and many others.
Syren Latex Couture was so thrilled with how great Britney looked in its brand new fashions that they have named the style "The Britney Vest" (syren.com/latex-rubber-tops-p-472-the-britney-latex-vest.aspx) in her honor.
In the video Britney wears the black snap front vest over a white shirt in her role as a sexy waitress. Bedecked in a long red haired wig and covered in colorful tattoos, she bewitches her guests with her erotic moves, finally luring one of the guests into the kitchen where he finds himself on a prep table with Britney on top.
Britney plays multiple roles in the video and in one she wears a "Muir Cap" (syren.com/latex-accessories-p-473-rubber-muir-cap.aspx) from Syren as she portrays a chauffer who gets romantic in the back seat of her boss' Maybach limo. The design - based on a WWI officer's cap – is a fetish fashion classic.
"We are all Britney fans here," says Gent. "We can't think of a more exciting way to debut these brand new styles than in her comeback video. I created the vest style with her body type in mind. It's especially flattering on small to modest breasted women and she looks smashing in it."
About Syren: Syren Couture has been providing cutting edge custom latex and leather designs for the entertainment industry and private customers for more than 15 years. The Syren styles are handcrafted by a team of skilled artisans using only the highest quality materials. Conveniently located in Los Angeles, this exclusive studio has had a strong impact on the mainstream fashion scene with its body shaping and flattering designs. The "Catwoman" suit created by Syren Couture for Michelle Pfeiffer's role in the 1992 movie "Batman Returns" was recently displayed at the "Superheroes: Fashion and Fantasy" exhibit in New York City's world famous Metropolitan Museum of Art.