Ugly Christmas sweaters have become such a staple of the season there’s even a national day to celebrate the festive fashion flops.
Even better, there’s an underwear equivalent for people who can’t get enough (more…)
Creating a lingerie brand was the last thing on her mind when Kate Ruggiero pulled up stakes in Brooklyn in 2007 and plunked herself down amid the hippies, surfers and artsy entrepreneur culture of Oahu’s remote North Shore.
But indie fashion brands sometimes take on a life of their own, far beyond what their creators ever envisioned. (more…)
Like the lingerie styles it promotes, the annual Aubade wall calendar can be a bit of an investment.
The coveted keepsake is technically free, but you can only get a copy as a bonus gift for spending a minimum of €120 on an Aubade lingerie set at one of its licensed retailers. (more…)
It was a moment of exquisite symmetry.
Irish singer Hozier, whose pop prayer “Take Me To Church” reached worldwide #1 status earlier in the day, crooned “Ah-ah-ah-ah-men” as statuesque supermodels marched past, soaking in the reverential applause. If the heavens ever did speak (to quote another lyric from TMTC), that was a hell of a statement. (more…)
The gorgeous UK label Shell Belle Couture occupies a unique place in the luxury lingerie and loungewear market, offering authentic 1920s heirloom styles that appeal to the most discriminating of 21st Century brides.
It’s one of those smaller brands that is admired as much for its craftsmanship and design as for founder Michelle Blenkinsopp‘s unwavering devotion to preserving the Art Deco aesthetic of the American Jazz Age in fashion and culture. (more…)