From now on, when magazines release their latest “sexiest women” lists, they should be required to explain their choices.
FHM, the UK lads’ mag, just released its annual readers poll results for the “100 Sexiest Women in the World” but without any attempt to make sense of the results.
A funny thing happened after Canadian lingerie retailer Jacob decided to stop retouching photos of its models: the sky didn’t fall in.
Customers didn’t protest; in fact, they loved it. The company didn’t collapse; in fact, it got a noticeable bounce from all the goodwill generated by the decision.
Today, more than ever, is a good day to pay tribute our military service personnel stationed far from home and often involved in activities that demand exceptional courage, leadership and self-sacrifice.
When the Lingerie Football League‘s new Toronto team participates in its first league draft, their top pick should be a new PR person. Here’s how the Toronto Triumph franchise was unveiled in a news story in the Toronto Sun tabloid last week:
“Toronto is well on its way to putting the “umph” in Triumph.” Ewwww.
We’ve had a couple of days now to gush over royal wedding fashions and, in particular, The Dress: the beautiful lace-trimmed gown created for the new Duchess of Cambridge by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen.
But there was an even more closely guarded royal wedding secret, the truth of which will likely never be revealed: what Kate was wearing underneath.