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I’ve had so many highlights from 2017, but I think one of my absolute favorite moments was finally putting together my dream of a┬ámagazine-style lingerie editorial on TLA. While I’m excited whenever lingerie makes an appearance in a large or mainstream fashion publication, that excitement is often tinged by a little disappointment since one very often sees the same few brands photographed. I know some of that is due to […]

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I could NOT conclude 2017 without talking about the new Bettie Page Lingerie campaign featuring Violet Chachki of RuPaul’s Drag Race fame. Playful Promises has had a stellar year with a series of gorgeous collections and innumerable press accolades. The foundation the brand has built for the past decade or more is finally paying off as everyone else notices why true lingerie addicts have loved this company for years. Playful […]

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I’m not a horror film fan, but when I saw the above photo from The Love Witch, I knew I had to watch it. This 60s-inspired kitschy thriller about a witch who uses spells to make men fall in love with her seemed like my kind of movie. And the aesthetics…my goodness! I couldn’t get enough of the colors, the costumes, and the sheer composition. Of course, when I’m watching […]

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When it comes to indies, Dottie’s Delights is an unabashed fave. I don’t know about you, but a lot of the news – both in America and abroad – has me feeling depressed. Every day, every hour even, there’s a new headline even more shocking than the last. It’s hard not to feel like you’re trapped in some kind of bizarre reality where the only news is bad news. It’s […]

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Vintage glamour never goes out style. Ashleeta Beauchamp models some of the most stunning retro looks the lingerie industry has to offer. Photography by Lars Kommienezuspadt. Makeup by Erika Reno. Hair by Miss Rockabilly Ruby. Styled by Cora Harrington, The Lingerie Addict. Photographed at The Kingsley House. While I don’t feel at all nostalgic for the 1950s, I have to admit that era, fresh on the heels of Dior’s “New […]

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