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In the campaign images, Kylie styles the bra with a knit high-waist skirt, while Kendall wears the dress with a baseball cap for a sexy-sporty twist.

Neither were made with shrinking violets in mind, but I go with the Kylie-approved bra-and-skirt combo, rationalizing that a (relatively) subtle use of latex will go a long way on a newbie such as myself.

An expert in both design and fit, The Baroness, as she is widely known, designed the lemon-yellow stirrup hose Solange Knowles wore to the 2016 Met Gala, and was also consulted to fit Beyoncé’s Givenchy latex dress the same night.

There, on 13th Street between Avenues A and B, was a sidewalk sign that read “YOU WANT LATEX” in big block letters.

Little did I know that even the smallest stretch of latex requires substantial know-how.

For starters, my bra is shipped out to me with a full page of detailed instructions outlining how to wash, powder, store, and condition the latex in order to maintain its next-level shine.

I rang the doorbell, expecting The Baroness to answer, but instead it was a young salesgirl.

“If you’re going to go home and have sex with your boyfriend, it’s obviously going to be different than if you’re going to the opera,” she said, thumbing through a rack of latex LBDs.

No longer is it reserved for underground S&M parties and fantasy role-play: Lately, latex has become a bona fide fashion sensation, with designers from Acne Studios to Vetements sending out iterations (and lots of them) in recent seasons.

And thanks to a slew of latex-loving celebrities—Kim Kardashian West, Bella Hadid, and Rita Ora among them—it has shed its fetishistic associations and begun percolating in the mainstream.

I began zipping into the skirt and snapping into the bra just like I would any other underpinning—by turning it upside down, securing the clasp in front, then twisting it around my rib cage before pulling up the straps.

This lifelong method of getting dressed, I quickly discovered, is of no use when working with latex.