Fashion Illustrations

By TINA WILSON

Female resistance illustrated by Tina Wilson as featured on Lingerie Briefs

It was just over 20 years ago I first fought the battle we are once again fighting. The never-ending battle for a woman’s right to choose. It was a clear day in DC back in 20 something, and along with what seemed like a million other women we marched, and we responded to the vitriol being hurled at us in kind.  We raised our signs as high as our arms would allow and by the afternoon, we were convinced we had won.

The evening of the march we found ourselves celebrating our brief victory in Nancy Pelosi’s apartment, sipping mimosas and dining on canapes.… Read More


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LOVE AND MARRAIGE

By TINA WILSON

Fashion Lingerie Illustrations of Lise Charmel by Tina Wilson as featured on Lingerie Briefs

I do. Til death do us part. I pronounce you. I take you. I promise. Happily ever after. Tie the knot. Bliss.

Love and marriage. Spouses, couples, and the ups and downs of matrimony are making the headlines and some big waves. Do you stand by a spouse that encourages and helps orchestrate a government takeover? Do you recuse yourself or better yet resign from the highest court or do you pretend you knew nothing? Maybe you throw her under the bus and try single life for awhile ?… Read More


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By TINA WILSON

Francis McDormand at the opening of MacBeth as illustrated for Lingerie Briefs

I am beyond excited for fall. It’s a been awhile since the change of seasons was felt by us all as the past 18 months have been a blur. We’re still in the throes of that 5-letter word but I am pessimistically optimistic that sanity will prevail, and we will not be in this forever.

I kicked off the fall season recently at the 59th NY Film festival, where after the screening of the opening night movie “The Tragedy of Macbeth” I found myself attending the after-party at Tavern on Green, standing next to Frances McDormand.… Read More


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By TINA WILSON

Gender Free Lingerie from Cantiq Los Angeles Livi thong as Featured on Lingerie Briefs

I was damn lucky. Lucky to have moved to NYC (too young to vote) at a time when it was fascinating, really scary, and bizarre. I was damn lucky to meet and often become close with people who initially freaked me out…. there was no comfort zone, and it was exhilarating. This was the 80’s, a time when the LBQGT community was more threatened and yet somehow more embraced than now. Doesn’t make sense really but if you were around in the 80’s there was solidarity in the every night-night clubbing, in the glamour of dressing up, and the lack of cash to do any of it… between gay and straight.… Read More


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HAPPY DAD’S DAY

By TINA WILSON

“Dad”, that is what I call my father. We all do, all 9 of us. He is also known as Papa. My dad has no interest whatsoever in what I am writing in this blog other than the fact that I am the one writing it. Absolutely no interest in fashion or shopping, which is one of the many reasons I love him. He is, however, a magnet for anyone under the age of 5, he is a contemplative introvert content and even quite happy to always be alone.… Read More


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By TINA WILSON

Fashion Illustrations by Tina Wilson as featured on Lingerie Briefs

A margarita can be very inspiring, two of them can really get the lime juices flowing.  I was at my local “Cheers” for only the second time in 13 months, Santa Fe. Not the city but the Mexican bar and restaurant on 71rst street and Columbus Avenue in NYC.  It was the most glorious evening and I had not quite dealt with the fact that I had no subject for my next blog, when Laura Bird one of the managers, came over to our outdoor table to chat for the first time in a long time… we started to talk about life and business, as they are two very different things.… Read More


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By TINA WILSON

Fashion Illustration of Natori Loungewear as featured on Lingerie Briefs

The contribution to the lingerie industry from Asian cultures is immeasurable. From the kimono silhouette to intricate embroideries or the origins of silk, the list is long. It’s high time to pay homage to Asia, even more so in these extraordinary times. I am not going to “preach” about race based hate and how it has no place in a civilized society; any decent evolved person knows this. The previous administration did not create this hate, it’s been here since the birth of this country, but it certainly endorsed it and made it “okay”.… Read More


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