I’ve got a little mini-goal for 2017 (that I’m almost afraid of calling a goal because I don’t want to fail at it), and it’s having one lingerie photoshoot a month. For years, I’ve been fixated on making sure TLA isn’t about me, Cora Harrington. While I don’t see that changing (my life isn’t interesting enough on its own to sustain a blog), I finally feel comfortable showing more of myself here. Some of you may remember it took me years to even share my real name, so it’s been quite a long journey towards this modest goal.
Amoralle is a brand I adore, not simply because their collections always involve yards of silk, lace, and tulle (not to mention feathers, bows, and buttons), but because they wholeheartedly embraces the fantasy of their brand, the fantasy of luxury lingerie.
Eurovet Americas, Curvexpo’s parent company, celebrated their milestone 10 year anniversary this year with an exceptional show, a gala dinner, and integration between digital technology and the lingerie industry that has been long overdue. Taking place over February 27, 28 and March 1st, this season’s Curve New York saw a buyer attendance of 6% from the same show last year, reflecting a more positive and upbeat mood in the lingerie industry.
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.
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 […]