Darenzia is the stage name of an American latex fetish and fashion model who resides in New York City. She started fetish modelling full-time after being laid off from Penthouse in November 2003 - initially with a bright-blue mohawk and facial piercings, placing her somewhere between the mainstream and alt porn, as she has no tattoos.
Darenzia has appeared in Penthouse. She has been photographed by Steve Diet Goedde, Holly Randall, and Ellen Stagg, and has appeared in Playboy. She has also appeared in several GiantessZone videos, portraying giant or shrunken women appealing to those with the macrophilia or microphilia fetish.
Darenzia was featured on episode 6 of Spike TV's Ink Master as a photo reference for a pin-up tattoo challenge. She also stars in the 2012 anthology horror film The ABCs of Death. She is featured on the cover of Carlton Mellick III's novel Punk Land, in which the main character is also inspired by her. A regular model for Atsuko Kudo, she represented the brand at Prada's "Iconoclast" store opening event. She has also modeled for Vex Clothing. Additionally, she performed at Marc Jacobs' 2007 holiday party.
Darenzia has a degree in English literature.