Skin Two Magazine – Order the New Issue 62

By on October 27, 2011

Many of you will know that Skin Two Magazine – published since 1984 – is a beautifully designed 100-page glossy style mag, collected around the world by lovers of sophisticated, sexy fetish fashion, nightlife, features and news.

The new Skin Two issue 62 is out now, featuring photo spreads of the most sophisticated latex fashion from Mademoiselle Ilo and HMS Latex of Paris, Abigail Greydanus of Los Angeles, Jane Doe and Kaori’s Latex Dreams of London, Dawnamatrix and more.

Skin Two covers the top fetish nightlife events, from our own Skin Two Rubber Ball to Barcelona Fetish Weekend, the German Fetish Ball, Kink in the Caribbean, etc., etc. We feature all the best photos – it’s almost like being there yourself!

There’s some super retro photography from Terry Mendoza, some lovely (and rude) vintage erotic art, a report on the fetish scene in Australia and Roxanne Dorrington interviews the legendary Dita von Teese, exclusively for Skin Two.

Skin Two magazine is essential for the thinking fetishist’s coffee table. Keep in touch with what’s going on. You won’t find anything like this in a local shop – but we will post it direct to you, anywhere in the world.

Skin Two is £10 and shipping is only one penny (!) in the UK, only £3 in Europe and £5 to the USA and all other countries.

Get it now from our own new online store at

You can also get all issues of Skin Two, from 1 to 62, as instant digital downloads for only £2 each – collect fetish history!!

If you have questions, email Tim at Skin Two on or tel +44 (0) 20 8274 9588


james hafner

November 26, 2011 @ 06:58

i bough skintow at the local newsagenty number 61 i have read it htrou 4 times ge it is a great magizene the photo are great lovely and sexy i have never seen two laidy making love iwould like to some tranny in your mag it would be great james


October 21, 2011 @ 09:09

Can I just say how much I love holding your actual physical magazine in my hands? The texture of your cover, the thickness of paper, the smell of ink. Gorgeous analog pictures, font that screams class through the light printing smudges.

Alessandro Lemos

October 19, 2011 @ 01:59


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