Clothing fetishism or garment fetishism is a sexual fetish that revolves around a fixation upon a particular article or type of clothing, a collection of garments that appear as part of a fashion or uniform, or a person dressed in such a garment.
The clinical definition of a sexual fetish would require that a person be fixated on a specific garment to the extent that it exists as a recurrent (or exclusive) stimulus for sexual gratification.
One who exhibits a clothing fetish may be aroused by the sight of a person wearing a particular garment, or by wearing the garment oneself which can be because of the look one achieves by wearing it or the way it feels while it is being worn (and might also get some arousal by seeing somebody in it and imagining how it feels).
Fur fetishism refers to the sexual fetishism that revolves around people wearing fur, or in certain cases, to the garments themselves.
The most famous, and one of the earliest depictions of the topic was the semi-autobiographical novel Venus in Furs (1870) by Leopold von Sacher-Masoch. After the novel’s success, Sacher-Masoch apparently decided to take on a fetish sadomasochism-lifestyle.
In Fashion it was a common subject, photographed by many fashion photographers. The gallery at this page reveals a mix between Fashion related fur and fetish related.
By Alex Binder (click to enlarge image)
By Yva Richard (click to enlarge image)
By Charles Gates Sheldon (click image to enlarge)
Mary Nolan by Charles Gates Sheldon (click image to enlarge)
By Olga Spolarics (click image to enlarge)