You are not imagining things: there’s a lot more celebrity skin on display these days.
Like actress Maggie Q (above), who forgot a few essentials at the premiere for Divergent the other night, not the least being her modesty.
Ladies, the Queen will see you now.
Yes, a personal audience with Dita Von Teese — alternately described as the queen of burlesque, the queen of boudoir glamor and now the queen of vintage lingerie — really is as rare as a curtsy in front of the other Her Majesty.
Smoking has all but disappeared from popular media, and that’s indisputably a good thing.
After more than 50 years of restrictive new laws and public health education, tobacco use is waning in most Western countries. In the media, depictions of people smoking have been relegated to cable TV, country music, indie films and the occasional edgy magazine editorial.
Most trendy-savvy women don’t need instructions when it comes to layering on the broad assortment of fashionable, fetish-friendly garments that we call underwear today.
But it’s always nice to get some help imagining the possibilities.
That’s the idea behind this cool new lookbook from Craft and Culture, the Seattle-based online boutique that provides a curated e-commerce platform for independent fashion designers.
If you asked the international community of fashion bloggers to list the most promising young lingerie designers in the world today, two things are certain: it would be a l-o-n-g list; and Eva Lai‘s name would be near the top.
After last year’s acclaimed debut collection under her eponymous Elai London label, the prodigiously talented UK designer is back with a 2014 collection that …