These days it seems like half of North America (the frozen half) is suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Yes, it’s a thing: the depressive state induced by shorter winter days, a lack of exposure to sunlight, slush-frozen toes, and the horrific realization that perhaps spring is never coming back and the next ice age has, in fact, already begun.
This is the time of year when people start becoming nauseated by the glut of Valentine’s Day marketing. The depressing sameness of it all can sap the fun and romance out of the occasion, and sends many of us trudging to the shops with a heavy, loveless heart.
The New Zealand lingerie label Lonely expands its catalogue with its new 2014 collection, which includes the label’s first foray into loungewear.
It’s hard to tell from these lookbook images how many new pieces are involved, but you’ll spot some nice kimonos, wispy chemises and some cozy shorts.
What will make teenage fashionistas sit up and take notice? How about photos of your grandmother in lingerie?
That seems to be the strategy behind American Apparel‘s newest attention-grabbing advertising campaign, featuring 62-year-old New Yorker Jacky O’Shaughnessy modeling the brand’s underwear.
Dana Seguin spent much of the past two weeks obsessively scrolling through her Facebook and Instagram accounts at the office.
It’s the sort of thing that might get someone fired, but for Seguin, the senior director of marketing for American Eagle‘s lingerie brand Aerie, it was a unique mix of business and pleasure.