The inspired collaboration between Lascivious and leather wizard Úna Burke — the latest in a long string of collabs between the edgy UK lingerie brand and avante garde artisans — answers a question we’ve wondered about for years: is there a place for Burke’s mind-boggling body armour pieces in the mainstream fashion market?
It’s not a job, not even an internship, and you probably won’t get any royalties even if your submission becomes a bestseller.
But the new design competition announced by Lascivious this week might be your best chance to get your fashion portfolio in front of one of the world’s most influential lingerie brands — and the international media that follows its every move.
Do not adjust your browser, your iPad or your phone settings. The images you see here are meant to look this way — washed out, underexposed and with colors bleeding like a stack of long-forgotten Polaroids found at a garage sale.
The always-interesting UK luxury brand Lascivious hired photographer Wendy Bevan — who works almost exclusively (and uniquely) with Polaroid film — to create an …
Chloe Hamblen probably wasn’t thinking about politics when she was putting together the latest hyper-erotic collection for her UK lingerie brand Lascivious.
But her sizzling new marketing campaign, launched only days after British Prime Minister David Cameron‘s pledge to clean up the Internet, comes as a timely, topical rebuke of anyone‘s attempt to meddle in people’s private sex lives.
Movies about amateur superheroes are all the rage these days, whether it’s Kick-Ass or Super or several indie imitators. And the genre will get a full workup this summer with the release of Kick-Ass 2, which looks at the consequences when hordes of average citizens decide they, too, want to dress up in goofy outfits and patrol the mean streets in search of heads …