If you’re still setting sexy fashion trends at an age when most people are contemplating retirement, some people are going to question your judgment (while secretly seething with envy).
Madonna gets a lot of that, parading around in public like a woman a third her age wearing little more than her latest designer skivvies. Good for her.
The only thing missing in Kriss Soonik‘s Titanic-inspired photo and video campaign is that unforgettable movie moment when Kate Winslet‘s hand reaches up and smears the steamy car window in a moment of ecstasy. But if you follow the sequence of images below, it’s not hard to imagine that‘s what comes next.…
The way she’s going, Kriss Soonik is going to have to come with a new word to describe her utterly unrivaled, offbeat undergarments.
It’s not just lingerie, and it’s grown beyond the loungerie label that Soonik has been using to define her collections.
What would you call lacey lounging pieces that don’t look out of place on a beach, paired with rubber boots?
We are constantly amazed by the creativity shown by young lingerie designers in 2011. Case in point: Kriss Soonik, the Estonia-born, London-based indie designer who calls her work loungerie because there’s really no traditional category that defines what she does.
I think it’s time for an intervention — a yoga-pant intervention, that is. Not one day goes by in which I don’t see a gazillion women clad in yoga pants, and I blame Lululemon for this lazy loungewear epidemic. While the dimple-smoothing pants are quite fine for around the house or cottage, or actual fitness, do the black boot-cut pants really need to make an …