bra
American women have a thing about nipples... they don't want anyone to know they have any.  In fact, American women have also become a little obsessed with not wanting any suggestion of a bra showing under their garment. Over the last 10 years the goal has been to walk around with two beautifully s ...
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goddess2
Goddess bras are getting a face lift... or should I say breast lift?  One of the original plus size lingerie companies in America, Goddess has always stood for quality, support and great design for the plus sized woman.  That philosophy has been the bedrock of Goddess, and won't be changing.  But ...
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Balloon Bikini

Lingerie Made With Balloons

Here's a unique idea - lingerie made from balloons! American designer and balloon enthusiast, Steven Jones (39) has invented a totally unique style of lingerie. Forget lace and silk, Jones creates bras and bottoms from twisting balloons together. He even makes the straps and bikini strings fr ...
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poledancing
This last Thursday in New York City, Heather Thompson, the creator of Yummie Tummie shapewear, collected up the best pole dancers the city had to offer, draped them in new Yummie Tummie animal print camisoles and tank tops along with a thong and held a pole dancing competition.Now, I must admit, I'm ...
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audigier
 His name is Christian, Christian Audigier  (O-di-jaaay)  and he's the man behind the designer brand Ed Hardy.  A 50 year young Frenchman, Audigier has been a fashion designer since his teens.  So, he's really not a recent phenomenon, but rather a well-heeled designer who is just hitting hi ...
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liquidcotton
The men's undewear line, 2(X)ist has a new collection out called Liquid Cotton.  The claim is that fabric used is lightweight stretch cotton with an incredibly soft and luxuious hand without any kind of synthetic feel to it.  As their press release states: "the cotton literally feels like it was p ...
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bra-measure-fitting-herroom
The Oprah Winfrey Show enjoys finding personalities and having them run the show while Oprah sits on stage and listens.  The first was Dr. Phil.  Lately, it's been Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine, two English women with frank yet funny delivery who share what not to wear and how to accentu ...
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