Aerie is putting its money where its mouth is — pardon the terrible pun — in its ongoing effort to promote both healthier lifestyles and realistic beauty standards among its young, female customer base.
We’re used to talking with lingerie designers whose work is influenced by movie stars, artists or the famous women who inspire them. But who could have imagined a modern intimates collection inspired by the guy who made suits for Elvis Presley, Hank Williams and …
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Think you had a hard time dealing the record-breaking polar deep freeze that gripped the U.S. northeast over the weekend? Imagine getting through it in just your underwear, without the comfort of your favorite onesie or fleece robe.
This weekend will be a watershed moment for curvy women and those who love and support them, as the growing body-acceptance movement moves to the forefront of worldwide media and public consciousness.
Few brands inspire as much edge-of-your-seat curiosity during Fashion Week as Chromat, the Brooklyn techno-art lingerie and swimwear company that always leaves its fans guessing until the lights come up on its semi-annual runway shows.