At last, we have an answer to summer’s most embarrassing question: what’s the safest kind of underwear to wear when jumping out of an airplane?
After all, if there’s any activity likely to cause an accident — the leaky kind, not the oh-crap-the-chute-won’t-open kind — it’s skydiving.
Julie Sygiel and her team at Dear Kate underwear decided to test their stylish leak-proof panties in the …
It is the great paradox of women’s undergarments: no matter how much modern technology, precision craftsmanship and just plain artistry goes into designing bras, women still end up wearing the wrong ones.
We’ve all heard the damning statistic that 80% of women wear the wrong-sized bra. They cope with sore backs, aching shoulders and pinching strap lines, and go around feeling self-conscious and sometimes unattractive. …
Rapidly emerging advances in fabric technology are giving fashion designers a broad new array of materials to work with and style options that are limited only by their imaginations.
One of the coolest — and most sensible — innovations to reach the intimates market will debut next spring with the arrival of aromatic lingerie from New York indie label Lili Piache.
There’s an old rule of thumb in business that goes something like this: there’s always room at top. If you want your brand to stand apart from the crowd, head for the upper end of the luxury market where price is not an issue, competitors are few and customers place a premium on quality, craftsmanship and exclusivity.
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.
After nearly a year of production delays — and a blizzard of advance media coverage — Chrysalis launched its online store on May …