By ESTELLE PULESTON
Mollie Blue is an independent British designer I’ve been following since I first saw her student work back in 2017 – I had a feeling she was going to go on to create beautiful things, and I wasn’t wrong! She’s now the founder of Mal Amora, a handmade intimates and bespoke corsetry brand that’s inspired by the meeting point between modern sustainability and retro fashion.
Mollie’s obsession with lingerie began after discovering that it was underwear, corsetry and crinolines that gave the haute couture gowns and historical garments she admired so much their shape.… Read More
By ELLEN LEWIS
I began following We Are HAH’s sustainable journey shortly after they launched their lingerie and sleepwear lifestyle collections in 2015. In fact, we highlighted the brand in 2019 after I spoke with founder Sharleen Ernster, a major force within the Conscious Capitalism movement. I was impressed with her #startssomewhere motto and its truth to consumers about the unique obstacles the lingerie and swimwear industry confronts in its drive to produce a product that is earth friendly.
Comin’ In HAHt bodysuit available in 15 colors (XS-L)
In my opinion, it is the soul of this company that sets it apart.… Read More
I was recently introduced to the Lejaby Inspire collection, Maison Lejaby’s new brand initiative that launched this fall in Europe. English speaker that I am, I assumed, especially after viewing the product, that the label meant Inspire, as in to influence, arouse, affect. But I was wrong. In French, the word inspire means breathe.
It makes a lot of sense. The entire collection, coming to America for Spring 2021, is meant to capture the pulse of a modern woman’s life. Lejaby Inspire is all about movement, spirituality, comfort, and wellbeing.… Read More
By ASI EFROS
The resounding success of the Italian packaging company Legoplast hasn’t come as a surprise. In the demanding global market, it takes a very special team of dedicated professionals, unmatched creativity, cutting-edge technology, and the latest trends in material science to thrive.
“Customers around the world trust our packaging with the delicate task of protecting and promoting their products,” said Federica Mazzon, Sales Executive, Legoplast, during our virtual meeting.
A multiverse of shapes, finishes, and closure techniques are just a few of the elements that the company offers to its customers.… Read More
By HOLLY JACKSON
I spent all day today reading the news and feeling like the world is falling apart. We’re on T for hurricane names and it’s only September and whole states (and the wildlife and habitats they contain) are on fire. When I was a child people frequently talked about climate change like something far off. It was an issue from a sci-fi novel or the cause of the apocalypse of a movie that was mostly fictional. It never occurred to me that as an adult it would be front page news and a regular part of my life.… Read More
By ELLEN LEWIS
During the Covid19 lockdown, restricted to my neighborhood in Connecticut, I was re-introduced to the exquisite floral evolution of the Northeastern USA springtime. I had not seen it in 7 years as I am usually in Mexico. Walking daily from mid-March on, I have witnessed a daily explosion of color, taking the time to actually “see” natures amazing kaleidoscope. In fact, I have incorporated some of these images in our Instagram juxtaposing the poetry of nature to the poetry of lingerie.
This theme resonated when I first spoke to Georgia Larsen, founder of Dora Larsen Lingerie.… Read More
By HOLLY JACKSON
For many of us the pandemic has been a time to sit in silence and take a look at our lives. Some of us took up knitting or crochet. Some of us repainted our kitchens. Some of us finished the giant list of life projects we’ve been putting off for ages. I would argue that for most of us though, this pandemic has been a time to take stock of the things that really matter to us and figure out how to prioritize them once this is all over.… Read More