When People magazine decided to profile Pamela Anderson’s recent photoshoot for Coco De Mer this week, its article began like this:
If you fondle knickers for a living, it helps to have a sense of humour. Which may explain why April Fools Day always brings out a few pranksters from all those otherwise serious folks who work for lingerie and underwear companies.
A proposed change to New York City’s location filming rules could mean an end to lingerie promotions and magazine editorials that show models walking around the city in their underwear.
How does a lingerie brand come up with a memorable way to make its products stand out, especially when they’re selling something as basic as pink panties?
For Blush Lingerie, the family-owned Montreal company with a ton of European design signatures in its brand …
Beautifully Undressed has carved out a nice little niche for itself in the online lingerie marketplace with a carefully curated selection of luxury brands and a commitment to creating vivid content like its new project ‘Eden’.