The Los Angeles speciality erotic boutique that lent Taylor Swift her sexy latex music-video outfits may be able to capitalize on the recent star power.
Shawn Gentry, director of operations for The Stockroom, tells Page Six the shop will make a “full run” of the outfits worn by Swift and her gal pal Selena Gomez in the newly released “Bad Blood” video.
In the first scene of the video, Swift, 25, wears a flesh-colored latex dress that retails for $235. Its online description bills it as the “perfect symbiosis of fetishwear and classic lingerie.”
Although the revealing frock is usually custom-made, Swift wore it off-the-rack, Gentry says. He estimated it to be a size extra small.
Gomez’s sexy black latex blouse, whose online description promises to help “your inner vintage film diva” emerge, was also off the rack and is usually custom-made, too.
The blouse, like Swift’s costume, comes in more than 30 colors and retails for $360.
Gentry says a rep from Swift’s team came in to pull items for a secret client about a month ago.
He began to inquire who the star was once the total price of items surged passed $10,000.
In all, Swift’s team borrowed a whopping $13,000 worth of clothes for the shoot and kept $5,000 worth of the clothing.
Gentry says no sex toys or pleasure items were pulled, only clothes.
The fetish boutique has noticed a slight increase in online traffic and an uptick in customer service calls since the video’s release three days ago.
As of Friday, “Bad Blood” has been viewed more than 44 million times.