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Cora Harrington

A blizzard is due to hit the Northeast, dropping up to 2 feet of snow in certain parts of the country. While things aren’t quite so dire in Southern California (our forecast calls for a shockingly warm 80 degrees), one potential upside to chilly temperatures and mandated indoors time is cuddly, snuggly, caressible lingerie.

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I almost don’t know how to start this announcement, so I guess I’ll just jump right into it. I’ve recently signed a contract with Ten Speed Press and am currently working on a book all about lingerie, to be in a bookstore somewhere near you in 2018! I’ve been waiting to make this announcement for a little while, not just because I was so excited about sharing the news (oh […]

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Without invoking any comparisons, age truly seems like one of the last taboos of the lingerie industry. Words like “aspirational” get thrown around with careless abandon, and one of the unstated (but wretchedly obvious) components of that aspiration is to be endlessly 22. Maybe 26. If you’re feeling daring. A week ago, while in New York for lingerie market, I discovered my second gray hair. At least, it’s the second […]

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Today’s guest post is by Holly, a pinup and alternative model based in Toronto, Canada. She is also a lingerie lover and vintage collector. When not modelling, Holly is working on her undergraduate degree in cinema and media studies with a special interest in Hollywood costuming from the 1930s-1960s. She also enjoys snuggling her cats, drinking large amounts of coffee and watching movies.

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For years, full bust bra wearers (roughly defined as people in sizes DD or higher) have talked about how few choices there are for beautiful lingerie in their size. I’m not just talking about bras that exist in a particular size, of which there are (usually) many, but about bras that feel modern and fresh and equivalent to their core size counterparts in terms of both construction and design. Adina Reay is one brand trying to bridge that gap.

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