Lingerie Photography Studio


Chantal Thomass lingerie phtographed by Stephanie Hynes (Jana Galley/Mademoiselle Agency )on Lingerie Briefs

Stephanie is living in Paris this summer happily shooting art, lingerie and a lot of  wine.  Paris is her paramour. She can’t stay away ; inspired by almost everything she sees (check out her instagram).  She sent me these intimates images of Chantal Thomass (above) and Passionata (below)  professing that she can easily re-imagine them as swimwear pieces.  I decided to share them here as a ‘petite’ calling card for a much more extensive photographic editorial coming in August. It’s hot our there this week end so stay cool!… Read More

Photographed by STEPHANIE HYNES

Elomi Lingerie on photographed by Stephanie Hynes for Lingerie BriefsElomi

Writing this preamble about our latest Lingerie Fashion editorial photographed by Stephanie Hynes was somewhat of an eye opener for me. I’ve been discouraging the word plus when referring to curvy women who do not fit into the historically straight size market. My opinion has always been that size is just a number and all women deserve beautiful lingerie without being categorized.  But after a conversation with our model, Tricia Campbell, who I luckily met at a gathering we had both attended, I have a new perspective on the issue.… Read More

Savoir Faire ~ French Lingerie

Photographed by STEPHANIE HYNES

Maison Close photographed by Stephanie Hynes on Lingerie BriefsMaison Close

This fashion editorial, shot by Stephanie Hynes during her recent sojourn in Paris is a testimonial to French lingerie.  Through her unique lens, she addresses the question: Why is French lingerie so revered? To us, the answer is intrinsic in the DNA of the French culture. Every facet of daily life is infused with the pursuit of pleasure; the French way of doing things caters to the senses. Some call it “savoir faire”. We call it the art of seduction. … Read More

Photographed by STEPHANIE HYNESCommando bodysuit photographed by Stephanie Hynes for Lingerie BriefsCommando

In search of a theme for our holiday lingerie fashion editorial, Stephanie and I wanted to stay true to our creative aesthetic. How classic is the Nutcracker Suite! I suggested a story about the intimate world in which the dancers live while they are backstage in rehearsal and during the performance. Thirty two brands contributed to this visual panorama of exquisite intimates photographed to capture the symbiotic relationship between lingerie and the ballet. Our principal model, Laura Hess, is a former prima ballerina and has performed in The Nutcracker.… Read More

Lingerie Minimalism

A fashion editorial series by Stephanie Hynes & Lingerie Briefs

Wacoal everyday bras on dancers on Lingerie BriefsWacoal

“Minimalism describes movements in various forms of art and design, especially visual art and music, where the work is set out to expose the essence, essentials or identity of a subject through eliminating all non-essential forms, features or concepts.”

Walking around the Curve show with Stephanie last month, I mentioned that the emerging story that I perceived was the focus on basic essentials, simple shapes whose function was to provide supportive and flattering silhouettes without fuss.… Read More


The Little Bra Company bridal lingerie photographed by Stephanie Hynes for Lingerie BriefsThe Little Bra Company

In Part Two of our July Fashion Lingerie Editorial, Stephanie brings her camera indoors. In Part One, she shot her vision based on the illusions framed from natural light: the American impressionist painter Frederick Carl Frieseke was her inspiration.  These images, photographed in her studio, evoke clarity of light effused from the simplicity of their surroundings. The color white is both innocent and provocative.  In an artist’s hands, white takes many perspectives. Is white lingerie meant only for brides? … Read More


Chantelle bra & Panty set with Samantha Chang silk robe photographed by Stephanie Hynes for Lingerie BriefsChantelle bra & panty, Samantha Chang robe

Inspired by the American impressionist painter, Frederick Carl Frieseke, Stephanie’s July Fashion Editorial (Part One) is not only an ode to summer brides, but also a visual play on the effects of summer light. Frieseke is known for painting early 20th century women outdoors in dappled light. These women would often steal away to find respite under a willow or by a body of water, relaxed and free and unrestrained from the layers of clothing that fashion demanded.… Read More

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