Cy Lauz was sure she had thought of everything in the two years of planning that led to the launch this month of Chrysalis Lingerie, the first fashion lingerie line developed for transgender women.
But she wasn’t prepared for the haters.
Although materials and manufacturing have changed dramatically in the last 100 years, the actual construction of the bra hasn’t changed much at all. That’s why I began to research and look at where the future of the bra was heading.
You know you’re onto something good when people are willing to pay for your product, sight unseen, based on the idea alone.
That’s the unique situation facing Knix Wear, a new fashion underwear line out of Toronto.
Here’s a situation that will be painfully familiar to many of our readers in the lingerie industry:
It might not be quite the cinematic masterpiece we were hoping for, but the latest film version of The Great Gatsby is still the must-see movie event of the summer for stylistas everywhere.