This lingerie creates comfort, comfort and sexy underwear for everyone

Although the West seems to have made progress in the field of active underwear, it mentions brands like Lonely and Land of Women – the basic industry in Russia is slowly evolving, in contrast to still focusing on the picky lace and rigid lines. However, a new label is looking to change the landscape of the top drawer. Irma’s silhouette is very powerful, but it has the shameless style of the 80s: the underwear is pulled up to the height above the hips, while the bra ranges from a soft wired version with a thin shoulder strap to a more comprehensive coverage of the sporty tube top style. Bras and panties in black, white and flaming red base colors range in price from $25 to $55 and offer ultra-small to extra-large.

The line was launched earlier this year by concept store buyers and production managers in Moscow. (both want to remain anonymous.) “We have different experiences here,” says one of the creators in the email. “One of us is always looking for cool, avant-garde designs in lingerie, which has led to the purchase of underwear in strange places such as quirky markets and resale platforms since the 1990s. Another of us has a bend The shape, so finding a perfect fit is a struggle. “Irma’s name may look like the western ear, but the two think it is a strong name” reflects the spirit of the label. “Irma’s inauguration You can see the attitude of no apology, which shows the costumes worn by strippers of different sizes in the local area. Deciding to use a female instead of a model came from another stereotype that I wanted to break: “We want to make this theme more visible and show the stripper as an inspiring professional dancer,” they said.

Irma’s style is completely different from its own mass market style. “The Russian market is completely lacking in so-called ‘comfortable’ underwear,” the two wrote. “Most of the shops here showcase a wide variety of lingerie – women’s laces, bright girl prints – but not for the comfort and simplicity of everyday wear.” Many women eventually went to the street market to find non-branded works. “Russian women are different in size from anywhere else, but most designer stores are for people who are small, medium, big and big, so other customers are affected,” they said. “This may be because of a popular stereotype: a woman in Russia should be thin, just like there is no extra weight, even if it is a curve.”

While more body-friendly underwear can be ordered from abroad or purchased in boutiques in major cities, the creators say that Russia’s crumbling economy requires local alternatives. They explained: “The ruble has fallen by 15% against the dollar and the euro, so it is almost impossible to maintain a competitive price.” “Products made in the US or France become extravagant when passing customs, thus creating a local manufacturing and friendly The price line seems to be the right move.” To offset the high cost, the two manufactured neighboring Ukraine. So far, customers are satisfied with the concept of products and labels. They said: “Irma’s goal is to educate modern people and make them more free when choosing underwear, regardless of body type.” “If we can help at least one girl feel better about herself, it is already a victory.”

nine Bing Debuts Photoshop-Free Lingerie Ad

Anine Bing was already one of our favorite brands—especially when it comes to her lingerie. The most gorgeous, dainty, elegant lace bralettes on the market come from this designer beloved by Kendall Jenner, Gigi and Bella Hadid, and Cara Delevingne, to name a few. Now, Anine is giving us another reason to love her, with her newest campaign that features totally un-retouched images that feature women of all body types and sizes.

Anine is gearing up for a re-launch of her beloved lingerie staples, plus a few new styles and colors to add to the mix. The line debuted on Thursday morning and promises to double in expansion. And, speaking of expansion, the designer will also be offering a larger range of sizes for all the lingerie you already look to her for to ensure that there is something for every girl who wants to re-stock her lingerie collection. What’s more, all of the bra and panty styles are under-$100.

The brand is excited to debut a full collection based in the belief that it is “celebrating real women, empowering women, and offering lingerie ‘for you’—the female consumer.”

Models of all shapes and sizes show off their bodies in saucy lingerie

A New Zealand-based lingerie brand is celebrating women of all shapes and sizes in a stunning new underwear campaign that sees models posing alongside classic marble sculptures.

Lonely Lingerie enlisted photographer and artist Yumna Al-Arashi to shoot models Naomi Shimada, Riya Hamid, and Ayesha McMahon at a classic marble atelier in Carrara, Italy,

Carrara’s marble has been used to sculpt depictions of the female form since Ancient Roman times, and the three models look right at home posing next the statues’ marble curves.

The brand prides itself for its honest representations of women, and the company explained that ‘modern portrayals of women have never been more unrealistic,’ especially in comparison to classic works of art.

‘Where once curves, imperfections and realism were celebrated, many representations of women now seek unrealistic and potentially damaging ideals,’ the company said in a press release.

Unlike many advertisements found in today’s media, the campaign is meant to honor the female form rather than depict unobtainable body shames, homogenised ethnicities and cultural backgrounds, and images that  have been heavily edited and retouched.

In one photo, 30-year-old lingerie manufacturer china Naomi can be seen perched on a work stool in a black lace bra and matching highwaisted underwear.

Farrah Abraham Barely Covers Her Naked Breasts In Sexy New Lingerie

So sexy! ‘Teen Mom OG’ star Farrah Abraham is about to release a hot new lingerie line, and she gave fans a sneak peek at the new collection by modeling one of the NSFW looks on Instagram.

As you can see in the video below, Farrah’s wearing a skimpy lingerie top with no breast covers, and her panties seem to feature a hole in a very provocative spot. She’s also wearing suede knee-high boots that sex-up her look. And she’s holding a whip while covering her nipples with her hands. If this is just a tasteof what her lingerie line is going to be like, then it’s certainly going to be pretty racy! We wonder what MTV/Viacom will have to say about this.

As we previously told you, Farrah took to social media on Oct. 30 and said she was fired from Teen Mom OG after performing a one-woman sex show on a live streaming site.  Even though Viacom fired me today they couldn’t help but to exploit myself & my daughter for their promotional gain – Viacom let me go because as a Business Mogul I act like an adult and part take in adult promotions and activities that other adults do for FREE or in private,” she wrote. Then, two days later on Nov. 1, she said she was not fired. “Viacom Legal Confirms I have not been fired, I have not breached my contract,” she wrote on Facebook. So does that mean she’s free to partake in “adult promotions” from here on out? We suppose only time will tell.

Liv Tyler Is Stunning in Steamy Lingerie Shoot Just Months After Giving Birth

When it comes to a strapless number, the right bra is essential. But every woman knows that strapless bras are notoriously problematic, usually because they’re constantly falling down. “Our Peyton Convertible Strapless stays up with ease, doesn’t pull or tug, and has a closure-free back to give you a smooth, clean look under your clothes,” says Madelyn Ulrich, Senior Designer at Yummie by Heather Thomson. “Plus, it’s lightly padded and has seamless cups that maintain structure and offer 360 degrees of flexible, all-day support.” For more fitted styles, you may want a firm control slip, like the Maidenform Endlessly Smooth Firm Control Convertible Slip. Don’t miss these fashion stylists’ personal style secrets.
We’ve been enamored of Liv Tyler’s effortless, bohemian style, and her unfairly perfect porcelain complexion, since she appeared in Aerosmith’s epic “Crazy” video. (Still so good.) Since her days as a ’90s “it” girl, the rock royal has hardly seemed to age. And at 40 years old — just months after giving birth to daughter Lula Rose Gardner —  she’s the face of a steamy new campaign.

Lingerie brand Triumph of Europe tapped the mom of three to pose in silky, jewel-tone pieces from its new Essence collection. Tyler described the line as “playful, feminine, and chic,” which sounds a lot like the actress herself.

Tyler wore sleek, side-parted hair that recalled an Old Hollywood starlet for the shoot, and her lips were painted a fetching shade of ruby red. The photos show off bodysuits, bras, and robes, and Tyler brought her trademark smile and free, whimsical spirit to each pose. Getting dressed (or undressed!) has never looked so fun.

Between Lena Dunham, Megan Fox, and now our favorite ’90s muse, we can’t wait to see who steps into a silky robe next.

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Mollie King STUNS in sexy lingerie as she strips semi-naked for new underwear campaign

Strictly Come Dancing star Mollie King has given us all an early Christmas present by stripping down to her sexy underwear for her new campaign with Boux Avenue.

The would-be dancer and former Saturdays singer got her kit off to model the new collection by the lingerie brand – and worked it, hard.

Blonde bombshell Mollie wore a gorgeous blue lacy set of lacy knickers with black trim, matching her embroidered bra as she reclined against the wall surrounded by fake snow and a minimalist Christmas tree.

She posed casually in high-heeled shoes and brushed one hand through her flaxen locks as she beamed at the camera.

In another snap, the singer sizzled next to a period fireplace in a set of plum-coloured underwear, with one long leg thrust out a la Angelina Jolie.

The beautiful pictures are sure to catch the eye of her Strictly dance partner AJ Pritchard, who has previously admitted Mollie has “the sexiest bum on the show”.

It came after sources at the Pride Of Britain Awards confirmed to the Mirror that the couple were very cosy, snuggling up to each other at the bar and laughing at each others’ jokes.

And Mollie has admitted this week that she “loves being in love”, telling Women’s Health: “I literally love being in love. I’m so romantic. I’m such a girly girl.

“I don’t want to be in one of those couples where you feel like, ‘Are we really into each other?’”

Revealing that while she doesn’t “need” somebody, she would “love somebody”, the 30-year-old says she definitely wants kids, but insists she’s not freaking out about the whole thirties thing.

She said: “I watch far too much Sex and the City for that! And they’re all over 30 and having the time of their lives. I’m like, ‘Okay, if Carrie Bradshaw can have that lifestyle, I’ve nothing to worry about.’ I mean, I definitely want children, 100 per cent so I feel that’s probably the only thing that I tie to age.”

The star also opened up about her time on Strictly, revealing show bosses had been asking her to do it for years.

“It was never lingerie manufacturer china the right time,” she explained. “But, this is professional dancing. Everyone’s like ‘Oh you’ve got so much experience performing.’ which of course I do, but I’ve never had training. I’ve never been to stage school.”

The View hosts took on a killer look for Friday’s spooky Halloween show!

Whoopi Goldberg, Paula Faris, underwear manufacturer china Joy Behar, Raven-Symon 233; and Michelle Collins all dressed up for a “Villainous View Halloween,” taking on their favorite villains from various Disney movies as guests mdash;including Molly Sims as Cinderella and Anna Navarro as Snow White mdash;played their friendlier counterparts.

Goldberg opted for a Cruella Deville ensemble, complete with a fur coat, red accessories and the infamous black and white striped hair. Behar also looked pretty incredible as the Evil Queen from Snow White, topped off with a crown and a perfected evil sneer.

Raven-Symone channeled her inner-Meryl Streep as The Witch from Into the Woods, and her facial expressions and movements were truly spot on. Faris, on the other hand, went a bit more old school as Lady Tremaine, the evil stepmother in Cinderella (props on perfecting the hair)!

However, we have to give it up for our absolute favorite costume of the group: Collins as Ursula from The Little Mermaid. Not only did she go all out from the hair to the makeup to the color of her skin, but she even donned a full on tentacle skirt mdash;that could not have been easy to hold up!

All in all, they each look pretty damn similar to their animated characters, and we must give them a virtual high-five.

But The View hosts have some serious competition with the other morning shows today.

Kelly Ripa attempted to BreakTheInternet by dressing up as Kim Kardashian’s Paper magazine cover, while Robin Roberts channeled her best Cookie from Empire, and Amy Robach went for Taylor Swift in “Bad Blood.”

Good Morning America’s Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie transformed into lifelike cartoon characters as Peanuts, and Ellen DeGeneres went all out as the undiscovered Kardashian sister named Karla.

Needless to say, it’s already been quite the crazy Halloween for some of our favorite faces in the industry, and we’re looking forward to many more amazing costumes to come!

Elyse Knowles on the power of lingerie

Model Elyse Knowles has revealed the secret behind her incredible body confidence. It’s lingerie.

The social media star and contestant on the Nine Network series The Block, says a quality pair of matching knickers and bra makes all the difference to how how she feels about herself and she’s certain it will do the same for you.

The one aspect body confidence does not relate to, according to Elyse … being a particular size and shape. And the brand new ambassador for the lingerie line Bras N Things line Vamp has called on women everywhere to remind themselves of that.

“Embrace yourself – curves, whatever you’ve got – because you are beautiful,” says the sporty blonde.

“Women should be able to wear something that makes us feel happy, feel good, feel confident in our own skin.”

Bras N Things marketing manager Natalie Chalmers agrees whole-heartedly. She says the brand’s new range Vamp is all about a woman embracing what makes her feel fabulous in her skin.

A History of Underwear as Outerwear mdash;Corsets, Cone Bras, Nipple Pasties and More

Undergarments have come a long way since the constricting, uncomfortable corset days of old. In the last century, through the influence of boundary-pushing designers and risk-taking celebrities, we’ve seen a super trend of the scantily-clad variety. We’re not just talking crop tops and sports bras; we’re unveiling the history behind the barest of essentials. Think: exposed lace bras, slip dresses and, yes, even nipple pasties.

How exactly did we get there? Let’s look at the history of underwear as outerwear.

1500s Though it existed before this time, many believe Catherine de’ Medici, queen of France, ignited what would be the undergarment trend for the next 300-plus years. She supposedly forbade thick waists at court. The tight-lacing system and boning did indeed help with support and waist reduction, but all we can imagine is that scene in Titantic when Kate Winslet’s mom straps her in as she lectures her. Ouch! Luckily, today, the corset is worn for more sultry appeal with enough wiggle room to breathe.

1920s As hemlines got shorter during the early 1900s so did the undergarments. Instead of long chemises (a long tunic), women would wear teddies or camiknickers, a one-piece-bloomer hybrid. Once the Roaring lsquo;20s hit, the teddy got even shorter and more lightweight mdash;basically something similar to a modern-day romper.

1970s Disco short or hot pants became popular during this funky time period, but the trend is often attributed to English fashion designer Mary Quant, who first featured high-waisted short-shorts and mini-skirts in her collections in the mid- lsquo;60s. Today, you’ll often see a pair on the likes of Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus.

Late lsquo;80s Madonna was one of the first singers to hit the stage in cone bras, corsets or bustiers. Her shows were just as much about the risqu eacute; getups as they were about the performance. By the time Madonna hit her Blonde Ambition tour in the early lsquo;90s in an iconic Jean-Paul Gaultier pink corset and cone bra, underwear as outerwear was fully in, um, vogue.

1996 Public fascination with the late Princess Diana was always intense, but when she showed up to the Met Gala in a lace-trimmed John Galliano slip dress, plenty of young girls wanted to trade in their dream ball gowns for something a little more streamlined.

1998-2004 Before Gossip Girl, before the baggy, sheer tank and lacy bra trend of 2012, there was Carrie Bradshaw and all her wonderful, colorful and exposed bra straps and bralettes.

1999 The pasty mdash;a petal-shaped adhesive used to cover one’s nipple mdash;was used but hardly spoken of in Hollywood hellip;until Lil’ Kim shocked the world at the VMAs with what basically was a glittery pasty on one breast. The covering is usually still worn discreetly today but you will perhaps see exposed iterations at events like music festivals. Just make sure to watch out for flirty friends, likeDiana Ross.

Dakota Johnson Reveals Her Tips for Buying Lingerie

Dakota Johnson may be best known for her role as Anastasia Steele in the Fifty Shades Of Grey movies, but when you meet her in person, it is her quick, dry wit that leaves the biggest lasting impression.

“This is my house,” the actress said on Wednesday evening. “This is where I live. I got fresh flowers for you.” It was not her home, but rather a very cozy dressing room, stocked with Champagne and, yes, fresh flowers, where Johnson situated as she celebrated Italian lingerie brand Intimissimi’s Fifth Avenue flagship opening.

While her fellow brand spokesperson Irina Shayk showed off some of the brand’s lingerie in a plunging, bra-exposing silk top, Johnson opted for a more demure silver dress from The Vampire’s Wife as she talked about her first memories of the brand. “I work a lot in Europe and in Italy, specifically, and when I’m there I’m there for months at a time, so I’ll go into an Intimissimi,” she said. “I think it is the perfect thing to come to America. There has not been a lingerie brand in the United States whose elegance and class can reach a certain woman, but also the price point can be accessible to every woman. That is something that I think every woman deserves and wants. Their lingerie is comfortable and beautiful and made well.”

When it comes to her own underwear, Johnson said she looks for both comfort and beautiful design in a piece—or as she succinctly summed it up, “I won’t buy it if it sucks.” As for the type of style she doesn’t like? “I’m not a big push-up bra girl. Obviously I want things to look nice, but I don’t really care about that. I would rather feel comfortable and know that things are pretty than have my tits in my chin.”

Luckily, there were plenty of non-push-up options at the brand’s new two-story location. “I think you can feel really bad about yourself if you order lingerie online, which is something that I’ve done before and sucks because you’ll never get it right,” Johnson said of her preference for buying lingerie in person. “It is nice when you can go into a store and things are pretty and there is a nice velvet chair that you can sit on and there are women who are educated about female bodies that can help you find the right thing. It is something that is old-fashioned and very specific to your classic woman.”

As for her own go-to New York shopping stops? “I have some vintage stores that I try to go to as often as possible,” she said. “Recently I found this really beautiful, rust-colored Dries Van Noten blazer that is a little too big for me that is a little too big for me, but looks very Eighties. But I have a thing where I can’t name them because then I’m afraid that everyone will go. I can’t have that!”