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“Please, don’t call it lingerie.” With those words, Rosamosario is quick to distinguish itself from the rest of contour fashion. This is a request, but it’s also a warning. Rosamosario is a lifestyle, not a lingerie collection – albeit a lifestyle rooted in couture techniques and an intimate knowledge of the body. Perhaps appropriately, the Italian intimates scene has undergone a bit of a renaissance. While labels like La Perla […]

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One of my absolute favorite things about running a lingerie blog is discovering new brands. I have my tried and true favorites like everyone else, of course, but the thrill of seeing an item or collection that’s still unknown, that’s still a secret to almost everyone, is unparalleled. I firmly believe an important part of TLA’s mission is to shine a light on those new, often independent, brands. Because otherwise, […]

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Want to jump straight to pre-ordering? Click here!  I tried to come up with some kind of catchy or witty introduction, but I can’t because I’m just too excited. I can finally share what I’ve been working on for the the last year – my debut book from Ten Speed Press, titled In Intimate Detail: How to Choose, Wear and Love Lingerie. It’s hard to put into words how I […]

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A new year calls for new underwear. And, if you’re like a lot of us, it also calls for a personal ethics check. What sort of companies do we want to support? Where is our money going? What matters when we buy our clothing? Crafting an ethically-made intimates wardrobe might seem daunting, but ethical lingerie isn’t hard to find. Lingerie lovers have access to many ethically-manufactured, relatively affordable lingerie labels […]

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While every generation has its major fashion moments, the past decade has seen some of the most exciting lingerie trends to ever happen in fashion history. Yet, beneath all that flash and glamour, what’s most interesting is how familiar many of these trends are. Yes, they’ve been reworked a bit and adapted to fit the sensibilities of a modern audience, but as the saying goes, “Everything old eventually becomes new again.”

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