I have always believed that shopping at the ideal Lingerie Boutique is like diving into a box of gourmet chocolates. I want to lose myself in the rich sweet flavor and feel great during the entire experience. Once and awhile, breaking the rules should be satisfying.
For me, one of the best venues for indulging the urge to treat myself is the iconic lingerie store, La Petite Coquette, located in downtown NYC. The sexy retro vibe and European flair combined with the warm, welcoming atmosphere are a special shopping treat.
Backed by a 30 year history, the expertise in bra fitting and the pitch perfect presentation of current and developing trends in the lingerie world, make this the ultimate shopping pleasure. Can’t get to the city? Visit them on line at www.thelittleflirt.com
Find a full line of high quality brands such as Chantelle, Simone Perele, Aubade, … ...Read more
Horses are my passion! This is Trigger. He belongs to my friend Gale and I have a tremendous crush on him. Horseback riding is a sport I took up, just 5 years ago and now, I ride every week. I have decided that moving in tandem with a horse is being in a state of grace.
For me, comfort during sports has always been a challenge. I have struggled with finding a sports bra that really fits, shapes, and even flatters. The fact is, I am larger than a D cup with an average band size. I need real support and personally, I do not want to feel as if I am wrapped in a bandage.
Recently, while shopping at Bella Intimates in Rye, N.H., I discovered the perfect sports bra from Wacoal , style # 855170. What makes it so amazing, is the innovative construction. The covered wires … ...Read more
I have decided to write down my thoughts here about the lingerie industry because frankly, after 25 years of immersion in this venue, I feel certain that I have a perspective and an insight that is unique. After all, I am constantly exposed to the market, both retail and wholesale under the umbrella of my consulting business, Intimate Product Concepts.
When I interviewed for my first buying job with Mickey Drexler, who was then MVP for Ready to Wear at Abraham and Straus (now part of Federated Dept Stores), we had a very interesting merchandising conversation that has been implanted in my brain ever since. Mickey asked me why I was wearing the outfit I had chosen for that day, a Kenzo tunic and Frye boots. He liked the unexpected combination. And then he told me how that morning, while he waited with his son at the bus stop, he … ...Read more