With a name like Negative, you might expect New York’s newest underwear brand to be an underground, anti-fashion label aimed at scowling goth girls.
You’d be wrong. The name might sound like a downer, but the founders of Negative Underwear only want to bring a positive new direction to women’s wardrobes.
Don’t be surprised if you see a few girls on the frozen sidewalks of Toronto and Montreal tomorrow sporting perfectly curled black bangs and decked out in polka-dot bustiers or leopard print bikinis or lace-and-leather fetish costumes in spite of the cold.
A striptease convention in town? A BDSM-themed bachelorette?
No, they’ll be lining up for the eagerly anticipated premiere of Bettie Page Reveals All…
The brains behind a record-setting Kickstarter clothing project — underwear that pokes fun at women’s periods — is a single guy who says the idea started as a joke and took six years to bring to market.
Anthony Hall, a 31-year-old graphic artist from Chicago, has raised more than $353,000 in less than a month to finance the production of Period Panties, which …
Those occasional online chats with supermodels are usually dreadfully dull affairs and rarely produce anything of value (although you might score a discount coupon code if you log on).
But don’t be surprised if a few sparks fly tomorrow when the iconic plus-size model Ashley Graham hosts a live Facebook chat with fans to help kick off the new season of her just-launched lingerie collaboration …
It boggles my mind that so many people would invest their hard-earned money in a dodgy enterprise like Bitcoin, when there are so many more rewarding ventures out there — like helping to launch a designer lingerie label. Even if it goes bust (excuse the pun), you’re at least left with some spiffy new skivvies to show for your efforts.