Briefs

By ELLEN LEWIS

Christine Silk Faberge Devore velour kimono and Diva chemise in Purple Passion as featured on Lingerie Briefs

Recently, I took a trip to the Met Cloisters in NYC. The venue is not new to me but having just finished the biography of John D Rockefeller and reminded of his son’s obsession with medieval art, I was anxious to see, once again, the renowned Unicorn Tapestries. The confluence of grandeur, dignity, and ambition represented by this proud bastion perfectly captures the complex character of this famous family. I took a lot of notes at the museum.  I never know when such an experience will spark an idea for a Lingerie “Brief”.… Read More


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Urban Muu Muu ~ Comfy Rompers featured on Lingerie Briefs

One-piece Rompers are all the rage at Urban MuuMuu! This new addition is so fun and ultra comfortable, you’ll want to lounge around all the time in one! Made in your choice of Supima Cotton modal French Terry or 100% Cotton Slub Jersey, these fun onesies are manufactured in the USA. Urban Muu Muu ~ Comfy Rompers in French Terry featured on Lingerie Briefs

 

Urban MuuMuu’s Romper in Supima Cotton modal French Terry  features such a nice, roomy stretch. This onesie is great for sunny warmer climates, and hot sleepers; wear it all year long, indoors, or out!… Read More


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By BECKY YEEMaison Close as featured on Lingerie BriefsMaison Close

There is no doubt that having a high-end beautiful photo goes a long way in differentiating your brand, connecting with your customer and making more sales. In fact 75% of online shoppers rely on photos to make their decision on a potential purchase.

But all photos are not created equally.  There are photos that exemplify the brand’s story and there are photos that show what the product looks like.  Which photos have the most impact?  The answer is all of them.… Read More


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By Ellen Lewis

Josie Natori Chinoiserie Hand Embroidered Silk 55" Wrap XS-XL as featured on Lingerie Briefs

Dragons: I have been intrigued by them ever since I learned that my son was destined to be born in the Year of the Dragon. I was pregnant in Asia on a business trip in 1988 and inundated everywhere by this delightful beast. Of course, I bought a stuffed dragon to greet him upon his birth. This iconic figure is a metaphor for majesty, strength, power, and grace. I desired these attributes in my son’s character and hoped he would, one day, recognize their importance in the feminine zeitgeist.… Read More


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Elomi Kelsey Bra as featured on Lingerie Briefs in black

Once again Elomi Lingerie steps up to the plate with Kelsey, a new bra innovation that is destined to be a home run for the brand. Launching for A/W 21, this is a sport inspired bralette combined with the fit and function of the bestselling Matilda bra. The lacy crop top design encases the Matilda plunge underwire framework, simultaneously ensuring outstanding lift with trend right fashion appeal. The flat tropical stretch lace pattern engineered with darts under the cups for shaping purposes creates a seamless effect enabling Kelsey to also serve as a t-shirt bra.… Read More


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By ELLEN LEWISSkin Lingerie Cotton Cashmere Loungewear as featured on Lingerie Briefs

If we have learned anything in the past few years, its that less can be more, simple pleasures are the best pleasures, the environment matters and that comfort trumps all. To be quite transparent, I have lived by this philosophy my entire life, long before it was a global meme. I have never been into stuff, never understood resistance to change, wasn’t particularly interested in powerplays, and found my solace in nature.

Photo by Karen O'Shaughnessy and Skin Lingerie Cotton Cashmere Loungewear as featured on Lingerie Briefs

This is probably why I have been a Skin lingerie fan for as long as it has existed: 18 years.  … Read More


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By LINDA DYETT

FIT Rose Exhibit as featured on Lingerie Briefs

“Won’t you come into my garden? I would like my roses to see you.”
Richard Brinsley Sheridan, 19th century Irish playwright and politician

There they are, jam-packed profusions of them, jostling for space as they shamelessly beckon passersby in front of every self-respecting bodega in New York. I’m talking about roses (and other flowers too, but mainly roses), brightening our dingy streets—and our lives–in these, fingers crossed, waning months of Covid. And now they’re conspiring to lure us inside the Museum at FIT to see Ravishing: The Rose in Fashion, an exhibit of over 180 garments and accessories (Schiaparelli … Charles James … Balenciaga … Dior … Comme des Garcons, Van Noten, McQueen, Rocha—wham!Read More


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