From Everlane to Savage X Fenty, the lingerie market is getting a major makeover.
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The debut collection, two years and 40 prototypes in the making, offers four bottoms, one bra and a bodysuit.
All hail sustainable fashion that's cool enough to go dancing in.
Not that I need another excuse to put off doing my laundry, but...
Both parties stand to benefit significantly.
Invisible undergarment brand Commando provides the undies to up to 30 designers during NYFW.
The clothing company applies its empowering #AerieREAL message to its new #AerieMAN line.
John Galliano Returns: John Galliano (who's sporting a new grunge look) got a new gig at Parsons, teaching a master class on the "challenges and complications of leading a design house." But not everyone is happy about it. Let the Kate Middleton Baby Bump Watch Commence! Whether it's a $1,750 silk Erdem number or a $76 Topshop polka dot dress, we're keeping our eyes on how the Duchess is dressing her royal baby bump. (Could she be hinting at something with the color of this frock?) In The Aftermath of the Boston Marathon Bombings: Nike scrambles to pull old "Boston Massacre" t-shirts from stores. Now, however, that same shirt is going for $150,000 on eBay.
Durex has just announced the launch of a new line of vibrating underwear for both men and women, the New York Daily News is reporting. The best part? Your partner controls the vibrations via an iPhone app. Wait, no. The real best part? It's called "Fundawear."
No one expects a Versace collection to be subtle, but Donatella really amped it up--even by Versacian standards--for her spring 2013 menswear collec