Named after Psyche, the Greek goddess of the soul, Designer Psyche Terry infuses the myth’s whimsical notions of love, ambition, fearlessness and perseverance into her own life…and these very same concepts appear in Inspire Psyche Terry. The line’s debut Spring/Summer 2017 collection features a range of feminine, timeless silhouettes with romantic details and thoughtful embellishments, all aimed at empowering to love themselves and follow their own individual aspirations – much like the brand’s namesake goddess Psyche.
A couple of years ago, I wrote an article on black-owned lingerie brands and it became one of TLA’s most popular articles to-date. Despite what many business experts or industry authorities have to say about the importance of “neutral” or “colorblind” companies, it turns out many people want to support underrepresented or marginalized designers. This is especially when these brands respond to a need the larger intimate apparel industry has neglected for decades.
Yandy returns to the flash and glamour of New York Fashion Week with their second-ever runway show, presenting their 2017 swim collection to an attentive audience of fashionistas, influencers, and media.
Disclosure: This article is sponsored by Curve. Curve, the lingerie tradeshow I attend and report on every season, hits a major milestone this year – their 10th anniversary. 10 years in any industry is no small feat, and within the last decade, Curve has effectively become the only lingerie tradeshow in North America. While I haven’t attended Curve for all of those last ten years, I have been going for […]
One of the things I’ve mentioned here before – and that I keep coming back to, because it’s always true – is that every shoot is a new experience. Not just because I’m working with a new photographer, but also because I’m a different person. The Cora of a few months isn’t exactly the same as the Cora of right now. And I’m finding myself wanting to push, to move forward, to dig beyond what I’ve done before and what feels safe.