Lingerie Photography Studio


In this Lingerie Pictorial we praise Eros, the winged warrior of love. After a tumultuous year of isolation and discord, we celebrate life with these images of a woman in all her sumptuous beauty. Passionate about her future and flush with desire she is a little bit naughty and just enough nice. The world is reopening, and a unique new energy has begun to surface as brands seek a balance between sensuality and sensibility. In this photo editorial, Stephanie shares her perspective on this emerging vitality.… Read More

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The Resilient Woman

Photographed by STEPHANIE HYNES

On Gossamer Photographed by Stephanie Hynes for Lingerie BriefsOn Gossamer

Last Fall, as the Pandemic was rounding its 3rd quarter of consumer chaos, Stephanie and I decided that it might be nice to offer the brands a New Years editorial, our treat. Response was positive, but access to samples presented a challenge. We were ok with this as the market message of “Back to Basics” was clear.  We could really use whatever was on hand. We hired models, secured a studio, and set a December shoot plan and then, Covid began to crest.… Read More

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Empreinte bra details Kate as featured on Lingerie BriefsKate

In early March as the world shut down, we, at Lingerie Briefs, decided to reach out to the Intimate Apparel market and create a Lingerie Portfolio for any brand choosing to participate. On May 27th and June 4th, we published a two-part photo series that included 26 companies. Without the accoutrements of a traditional shoot, Stephanie Hynes shot the selected styles in her home as still life images. Our vision was to capture the character of each piece and celebrate the DNA of each brand.… Read More

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Clo Intimo as featured on Lingerie BriefsClo Intimo

I have had multiple conversations with specialty stores during this time during the Coronavirus lock-down. The out of the box initiatives they have launched to ignite their businesses are inspiring. The ability to rethink how to move forward has impacted us all. Attitudes are changing. New perspectives are emerging. This is exactly what we have tried to achieve with our two part ‘Still Life’ Lingerie Editorial. Stephanie Hynes, who shot these images, was challenged to capture the essence of these  styles in her home without any of the requisite photographic tools.… Read More

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Samantha Chang Lingerie photographed by Stephanie Hynes for Lingerie BriefsSamantha Chang

As an on-line platform, even though we at Lingerie Briefs are also experiencing the ramifications of this unprecedented situation, we have been lucky to have increased our readership. We wanted to offer the brands this outlet as they navigate through this inconceivable time warp in business. 26 brands responded to our offer. As a result, we are splitting this editorial into 2 parts, today and next Wednesday, June 3.

Dita Von Teese Lingerie photographed by Stephanie Hynes for Lingerie BriefsDita Von Teese

Originally, I titled this Lingerie Fashion Editorial photographed by Stephanie Hynes “Still Life in the Time of Coronavirus”.Read More

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Shapewear Breaks Free


Le Mystere Shapewear photographed by Stephanie Hynes for Lingerie BriefsLe Mystere

At the beginning of the last decade, when we launched Lingerie Briefs, the shapewear business was having a moment. Powered by the Spanx craze, a concept of control without the infrastructure of a girdle, shapewear began to appear everywhere in the market. The plethora of companies responding to the Spanx phenomenon was overwhelming. I remember one Curve show where it seemed as if half the stands were shapewear brands. Subsequently, the focus on the category seemed to dissipate, remaining strong for the few brands whose heritage was defined by solution lingerie; brands like Rago, Triumph, Va Bien, Le Mystere and Janira to name just a few.… Read More

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Light as the Artist’s Muse


Camille Roucher Lingerie photographed by Stephanie Hynes Photography for Lingerie BriefsCamille Roucher

Capturing the essence of an object by the use of lighting (or its absence) is a defining tool in the history of art. How the painter illuminates a canvas depends on the environment. Examples such as Rembrandt in the Netherlands, Caravaggio in Italy, Monet in France to name of few, clarified their visions through very specific perspectives on the use of light. Certainly, this holds true for photography and in fact, it is my opinion that light is a photographer’s muse.… Read More

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