When the women of Saturday Night Live agree to do a magazine photoshoot in lingerie, you know they’ll have a hard time keeping a straight face.
The result, which appear in the new Cosmopolitan, is something like a very high-end pajama party with lots of food and a few strange props.
Is it a bra? Is it a bikini top? Does it matter?
The answer to all three questions, in reference to Beach Bunny‘s new ‘Lady Lace’ collection, is: Not really.
The colorful California brand has so thoroughly blurred the lines between swimwear and lingerie that distinctions at this point are irrelevant.
Either supermodel Bar Refaeli is very good at holding a pose, or French lingerie brand Passionata is using her body like a mannequin and photoshopping its bras onto her lovely frame. How very 2012.
We’re always fascinated by things that inspire lingerie designers, because they reveal the creative mind behind the business calculations that bring a garment to market.
Dutch designer Marlies Dekkers is like a visual stenographer, making note of design ideas during her numerous global travels. Gabrielle Adamidis from the Aussie label Hopeless watches old horror movies and finds inspiration for sleek undergarments. New Yorker Becca McCharen …
Everyone is talking about Megan Grassell, the teenage entrepreneur behind the youth bra label Yellowberry.
Our feature profile of the Wyoming high school senior went viral across North America last week, generating more than 200,000 Facebook “likes” and hundreds of comments from our readers. It’s become the most widely read article in Lingerie Talk‘s four-year history.