NSFW, Not quite RTW

During a transitional period of my life, I enjoyed a brief stint as a wardrobe stylist for Playboy magazine - also known as the most ironic job ever.
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During a transitional period of my life, I enjoyed a brief stint as a wardrobe stylist for Playboy magazine - also known as the most ironic job ever.
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During a transitional period of my life, I enjoyed a brief stint as a wardrobe stylist for Playboy magazine - also known as the most ironic job ever. It was probably the most fun job I've ever had - deciding which frilly pieces of lace went with which table top, kitchen counter, couch, pool table... you get the idea. Believe it or not, naked girls have been popular since long before Dita - but they haven't always been "in fashion." But now I can name a handful of lingerie designers (it's funny to think that Kiki didn't even exist three years ago) who one-up plenty of designers on the runway, and even mega-store Sephora now has a pin-up campaign. Lingerie's been on the mainstream mind since Marc's Spring 08 show, since burlesque took over the LES, since Kate Moss for AP, since that Playboy France cover shot by Karl - but I've been taking notes since puberty. So that's why I'm so excited to see lingerie and pin-up get their due with a real-life fashion model - continue after the jump to see Anouck Lepere, and witness just why Playboy France might soon be getting more fashion props than Vogue. -- JAZZI McGILBERT

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