I've been pursuing the basic idea of this photoset for years - a girl bound in glowing ropes, with most of the light on the scene coming from the ropes themselves. I've tried UV light on fluorescent ropes and electro-wires of various sorts, but none of them quite hit the mark. I decided to have another go when I saw these ropes (actually they are dog collars) online. I like that they are thicker and brighter, and do actually constrain (They pull apart from the way they are constructed, but that's fixable, and zip-ties help).
We played with several different lighting schemes to go with it. The first was to match the colour with a wash of lower-intensity orange light, which looked a bit insipid on the back of the camera but which I really love seeing them on the computer screen. The second was popping in some contrasting shadow colour - dark blue or purples to contrast with the warm glow. This looked very stylish both in person and on screen afterwards. I added a little back/top light in normal daylight - I often find a hint of "pure" white lighting in these mixed-colour scenarios helps ground the photo in reality, allowing the other colours to pop more rather than looking like a mistake. Then I tried the pure white from the front in a spotlight effect, which gives quite a different feeling - colder, perversely, than the blue shadows.
Which is your favourite?