Some women will wince when they see this image, especially those who have endured breast cancer.
Kate Moss‘s renowned champagne-glass breasts resemble nothing like what women are left with after the ravages of chemo and radiation, surgery and reconstruction. And yet here she is, in all her age-defying radiance, pulling down her bra to expose the familiar pink ribbon that signifies the start of …
A word of warning to fashionistas everywhere: you’ll want to carry a cozy wrap with you next spring, because it’s going to be a chilly one.
And we’re not talking about the weather. Next spring’s ready-to-wear collections from leading design labels from New York to Milan feature an unprecedented number of daringly sheer and barely-there ensembles, many of them inspired by the lingerie-as-outerwear trend.
Sophie and Alice Holloway should have no trouble drawing a crowd when they show up at Cambridge University’s “Freshers Week” for first-year students next week.
They won’t be there to learn, but to teach. And their mission? To educate young women about orgasms and encourage them to “think differently about how women are treated in the bedroom.”
The London-based sisters are the founders of Holloway …
Last month I received a call from a freelance writer pitching a story about the purported link between bras and breast cancer. The implications were alarming, he said; why wasn’t more being written about it?
The biggest challenge that Russell James faces as the principal photographer for Victoria’s Secret is getting viewers to look past those mesmerizing lingerie-clad female bodies, and see the inner beauty of the women he shoots.
By his own admission, James is a “determined failure” in this task, though certainly not for lack of trying.