If someone calls you “fundipendulous,” it likely means you’re working up a sweat somewhere, having a ball and looking f-a-b-u-l-o-u-s. And probably wearing VPL.
It’s also something we’ve been seeking for a long time: a single word to describe the New York brand and its radical, utterly unparalleled approach to active underwear.
Now in its third year, the “American Made” competition sponsored by Martha Stewart provides a 21st Century digital platform to showcase the homespun talents of crafters and artisans of all kinds — what Martha calls the new “maker” economy of creative entrepreneurs.
Last month I received a call from a freelance writer pitching a story about the purported link between bras and breast cancer. The implications were alarming, he said; why wasn’t more being written about it?
The fall photo campaign for Blush brings together two Canadian treasures — the elegant Montreal-based lingerie brand and the smoldering Vancouver model Noot Seear.
The leggy actress/model is probably best known as Volturi girl Heidi in the Twilight film franchise, but photographer Richard Bernardin‘s series for Blush should attract plenty of attention from the living, too.
The biggest challenge that Russell James faces as the principal photographer for Victoria’s Secret is getting viewers to look past those mesmerizing lingerie-clad female bodies, and see the inner beauty of the women he shoots.
By his own admission, James is a “determined failure” in this task, though certainly not for lack of trying.