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When I wrote the first guide to Iconic Lingerie Around the World, I knew it would be impossible to include every country’s iconic lingerie aesthetics. So we’re back with a part two! Globalization has homogenized so much of the fashion industry, and we are so interconnected today. But it’s so cool to explore the differences still in existence between countries’ iconic styles! We’re still limited to what can fit in a […]

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  What do snakes mean? That is to say, is a serpent ever just a serpent? In many Christian countries, snakes are associated with the Garden of Eden, with temptation, and with Eve…and therefore sex and sin. In other cultures, snakes might represent immortality, rebirth, and resurrection. In still more cultures, snakes are perceived as guardians of the divine and protective entities. And who can forget about the “monster” Medusa, […]

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The modern lingerie industry contains multitudes. Consumers have more to choose from than at any other time in lingerie history, from size and price to style and design. And with online shopping, your physical location is less of a hindrance than ever. However, it must be remembered this wasn’t always the case. There used to be a time when you could only buy relatively homogenous lingerie from your local shops. […]

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In addition to butterflies, the lingerie world is falling in love with Chartreuse this Spring/Summer 2021 season. Since we’ve gone two seasons without a lingerie market, it’s been harder to track lingerie trends. But sometimes color trends – like this one – are really, really obvious. Green isn’t a color I’m usually attracted. It’s fine, but certainly not my favorite. However, this season I find myself feeling a little differently. […]

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I was in high school, when I learned, through what I now recognize as shade, that a thoroughbred was a particular breed of horse and not an adjective. In the many years since I’ve run across a not a small number of “horse people” (none of them were centaurs, unfortunately), who love horses in a way I’ll likely never be able to fully understand. And for those people, I imagine […]

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