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Hi Everyone! It’s been a year of wild and crazy changes, and we’re not done yet because I have a couple more in store for you before 2017 is over. One of the biggest (and, to be honest, scariest) is launching my Patreon. For those of you who may not be familiar with the name, Patreon is a way to support creatives directly. It’s based on the old patronage system […]

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About a week ago, I realized something that had been building for a long time – I dreaded going to my own Facebook page. It wasn’t that I was tired of talking with TLA readers, of course. However, I was tired – so very tired – of the endless wave of sexual harassment in my page’s comments. Sexual harrassment entirely caused by men. I’ve been running my blog, The Lingerie […]

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Disclosure: This blog post contains affiliate links. It may be a brand new year, but I’m still finding myself reminiscing about last month when Christmas came early for me in the form of a one-on-one interview with the Queen of Burlesque herself: Dita Von Teese. When I got the news of this awesome opportunity I had to pinch myself: “The Queen of Burlesque and me? Face to face?” I couldn’t […]

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It’s time for another round of corset tidbits! In May, I did my first “Lace-Up” of innovative corsetry designs and news. This month I have some more gorgeous corsets to show you, as well as some major news about the world’s most famous corsetmaker… Corset fans have likely seen the progression of Purdy‘s exquisitely beaded ventilated corsets. At long last, we have the chance to see one on a model, […]

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A roundup of everything interesting that happened in the world of lingerie for May… [Advertising Age] In China, It’s Va-Va Voom Times for Lingerie Brands – “China’s lingerie market, worth more than $20 billion in 2014, has logged double-digit growth annually since 2010” with high-end lingerie comprising 30% of “the category’s sales last year.” When one of China’s leading lingerie brands, Aimer, launched in 1992, lingerie wasn’t as popular because many women preferred […]

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