Magazine compromises by suggesting bikini

Actress Karla Souza pink babydoll nightie refuses to wear lingerie for GQ cover, magazine compromises by suggesting bikini

How To Get Away With Murder actress Karla Souza said that she refused to appear on the cover of GQ Mexico in a bra and underwear as she wanted to be sophisticated – but the magazine only compromised by letting her wear a bikini.

Souza said the proposed shoot involved a “bra and panties on a bed” scenario, but she felt uncomfortable doing it.

“I wanted sophisticated, fancy, nice and beautiful and sexy, but not that,” she told E! Online.

She explains that she told the magazine she wouldn’t appear wearing so little – and it took a year for them to agree to her idea of wearing bathing suits and “things I felt more comfortable in”

Souza, who plays Laura Castillo in the ABC murder drama, said a lot of magazines in Mexico feature fully naked women and several other actresses had opted to bear all.

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Anna Wintour apologises for criticising Donald Trump on a train. Fashionista was reportedly heard saying the President-elect would use the Presidency ‘to sell himself and his brand’

Ivanka Trump and her babydoll nightie husband might be joining the next administration. The couple is plotting a move to the nation’s capital



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Rigby & Peller, Lingerie-Maker For Queen Elizabeth II, Reports Significant Loss

It’s been a rough year for Rigby & Peller lingerie, the outfitter of Queen Elizabeth II, among others. The brand lost £214,000 last year ($343,000), after making a £168,000 profit ($269,000) the year before, the Independent reports.

Very broadly, lingerie retailers divide their product into two categories: basic and fashion-led. “What we noticed a year to 18 months ago was that people had stopped buying basic product in favour of investing in more special pieces,” said Helen Atwood, lingerie buyer at Selfridges.

Women had less money to spend going out so they were buying more glamorous underwear, presumably in a bid to make life more interesting at home. Now, according to Ms Atwood at least, standard underwear is in demand once more. “We’re seeing renewed interest in basic lingerie again but it’s all about good-quality product,” she said. “People are more willing to spend money on a good bra that fits them properly than they used to be.”

In April, Rigby & Peller’s owner, June Kenton, retired. She had been fitting the queen since 1960 and she revealed that she was terrified before her first royal visit:

“I was so nervous I couldn’t sleep or think straight. Can you imagine what it was like? Most people first meet the Queen when she’s wearing an evening dress, but not me,” Kenton said.

In May, Lady Gaga reportedly lost four sets of expensive Rigby & Peller lingerie. The brand said it sent seven sets from its fall/winter 2010 collection to Gaga so that she could use them in a music video, but that Gaga only returned three sets. The others were reported AWOL by couriers. No word on if they were ever found.

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Ben Cohen’s dumped pink babydoll nightie wife Abby to launch lingerie company with Neil Ruddock’s wife Leah

She’s had one hellish year but now Abby Cohen is putting her life back together

While hubby Ben’s new girlfriend Kristina Rihanoff poses for calendars in skimpy underwear, we can reveal that Abby wants to help launch a whole new lingerie range and model it too.

And as she hits the gym to get into perfect shape for a sexy photoshoot, she’s on the lookout for a new man.

The lingerie venture is the brainchild of her close friend Leah, wife of ex-soccer star Neil “Razor” Ruddock. Leah told in an exclusive interview how she has been ­supporting Abby after the break-up of her 11-year marriage.

“Abby has been to hell and back,” said Leah.

“It has been a nightmare, because Ben was her whole world. But she is finally getting the fun back into her life.”

The two women have been close since their children appeared on Big Star’s Little Star early last year, when Abby, 37, was still wed. But her ­marriage broke down this year and she and Ben are now divorcing.

Abby believes Kristina, the Russian dancer Ben partnered on Strictly Come Dancing in 2013, is the reason he left. But the new couple deny an ­affair – Kristina, 38, insists they started dating only after Ben walked out.

Abby and the girls met Kristina when she was training Ben on Strictly

Leah said: “Abby just wants a fresh start and a new life now. She’s been living with the stress of her marriage split for so long and she’s told me she would love to find a new man.

“I have vowed to set her up with someone amazing. That’s my mission and she is up for it.”

Abby has been hitting the gym after vowing to get her body into the best shape it has ever been. Leah went on: “She’s told me she’s been training ­really hard and has a goal of three to four more weeks to get herself into mint condition. She doesn’t need to – I’ve always thought what a great figure she has. It’s incredible.

“But she wants to look at herself and feel great and sexy, I think. It’s the start of a new chapter.”

Leah and Abby are pink babydoll nightie now in talks to launch their own lingerie range via Leah’s model agency and are making plans for a Christmas ­publicity shoot. Leah Ruddock in a glam shoot

lingerie collection for Ann Summers

Giles Deacon is the British pink babydoll nightie designer responsible for some of the most beautiful collections at London Fashion Week. This week sees the launch of his new affordable lingerie collection for Ann Summers.

The British high-street lingerie label has teamed up with the London-based designer for the second time to create an  napologetically sexy and bold ?autumn/winter underwear collection. Think Ann Summer sensuality and sexiness combined with Deacon  trademark wit and playfulness.

The 43-year-old designer’s innovative capsule includes four key lingerie ranges and sex toys featuring laces, silk and prints, and pieces like a black marabou robe, bras with flirty feather ticklers attached to them and even a black gown. Prices range from 20 (for a bra) to 150 (for the satin dress).

Speaking about the range pink babydoll nightie Deacon said:  knew at the start when designing the collection that I wanted it to combine great shapes, thoughtful details and to be of the highest quality that would enable the pieces to be aspirational yet affordable.


A string of new lingerie boutiques

Marks & Spencer has pink babydoll nightie  revealed plans to compete in the chic world of European underwear by opening a string of new lingerie boutiques on the Continent selling only the M&S brand.

However, the troubled high street giant will not use its own name but will enigmatically mark the women’s underwear “msl” to stand for “Marks & Spencer lingerie”.

M&S is investing £1m in the first stores, which will be opened next month in Paris, Hamburg and Dusseldorf. If they are successful, the group plans to launch more boutiques.

About 25 per cent of the msl range will be specially designed for the new boutiques. The rest will be made up from the existing collection, which includes the Salon Rose line designed by Agent Provocateur, makers of sexy women’s underwear.

An M&S spokesperson said: “There are no plans … to change the image of the underwear – it will be a mix of traditional and the new range. But that may change when we see what the customer profile is.”

M&S does not intend to roll out the boutiques to the UK at the moment, as its 300 stores already sell underwear here. The retailer already sells its underwear in continental Europe, but only through 30 general stores.

Separately M&S said pink babydoll nightie that it is launching its first ever designer menswear collection, which will be available from today in five UK stores including the flagship Marble Arch branch.

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Topshop is pink babydoll nightie launching bridal collection including wedding dresses, bridesmaid outfits, lingerie and accessories

With the average cost of a wedding estimated to be well over £20,000, it’s no wonder brides on a budget are looking for ways to cut back.

Luckily, high street favourite Topshop is here to bring you the wedding dress of your dreams at a fraction of the price.

Read moreMeet the man who organises the highest wedding proposals in BritainSet to hit stores in April, the brand’s debut bridal collection is expected to include wedding and bridesmaid’s dresses, accessories and lingerie.

Model Grace Elizabeth stars in the campaign wearing a blush coloured satin gownTopshop has confirmed that the collection will consist of five wedding dresses with prices starting at £350, and a selection of bridesmaid’s dresses starting at £85.

And, while little else is known at this stage, the campaign image that has been released does give us a clue as to what we can expect.

Read moreHow being a ‘butch’ lesbian exposed the wedding industry’s sexismWorn by model of the moment Grace Elizabeth, who recently starred in the Victoria’s Secret fashion show, is a dusky blush coloured plunging gown crafted from silk with ruched shoulder detailing and a delicately embroidered waistline.

Topshop isn’t the pink babydoll nightie first to step into the affordable bridalwear market though. Whistles will launch its capsule collection next month while ASOS, London label Self Portrait and Needle and Thread have all launched successful wedding ranges in recent years.

The Types of Lingerie One Can Buy From a Lingerie Online Store

When companies pink baby doll nightie began selling lingerie through a lingerie online store, most experts expected them to fail as no one, they reasoned, would like to buy something so personal and expensive without first seeing it in real. However, these experts have been proven wrong. A swarm of women buy Intimate Apparel and very costly lingerie through the internet, with sales increasing each year.

From demure to delicate, to extreme and racy, the word lingerie can make a man’s imagination run absolutely wild. For women, wearing nicely styled lingerie can make them feel very confident and sexy. There are several choices of lingerie to suit every occasion. Some types of lingerie that can be bought from a lingerie online store

Baby Doll

Baby doll is an extremely popular form of lingerie. It has a very classic style with adjustable straps and molded underwire cups that are perfect for those who are looking for something sexy, but not too over the top. They are normally packaged with g-strings or thongs to complete the set.

Garter Belts

Garter skirts and garter belts are an excellent choice if one is looking for an ultra sexy look. Even though, garter belts or skirts can be purchased separately but most bustier and corsets come with detachable or attachable garters. A woman with stockings looks unmistakably sexy in a very classy way.


Corsets are very popular amid women these days. Modern corsets have undergone considerable transformation over the past few years. They are nothing like they were during the Victorian era. Today, the fabric used to make these outfits is much softer and even more comfortable. Corsets can be purchased in lace, silk, satin and several other materials offering both style and comfort.

The corset pink baby doll nightie has gained a lot of popularity because it highlights feminine curves, giving any woman a super sexy look.

Small lingerie company Her Apparel recognised at New Zealand fashion week

NOT having a pink baby doll nightie social life is just one of the sacrifices Bethany Payne has made to follow her dream.

In just one year, the Wattle Grove woman, 21, made a business plan, found a partner, set up the business and is now off to New Zealand where her products have been recognised.

Ms Payne and her business partner Rebecca Rasool created lingerie brand HER Apparel Intimates a year ago, based on a vision to sell bras with no underwire.

“I hate underwire and my partner, who is an E cup, hates underwire too but she wants to wear underwear that’s nice,” Ms Payne said.

While Ms Rasool, based in NZ, makes the lingerie, Ms Payne handles the business side of things ­including 򭫌ounting, media and customer relations. However, in a few days Ms Payne will be flying out to NZ to attend the New Zealand Fashion Week show where HER Apparel will be shown on the catwalk.

“I freaked out, we’ve only been operating for a year,” Ms Payne said.

“I still can’t believe it, it still doesn’t feel real.”

When the two aren’t meeting once a month or discussing business on Skype, they are working day jobs.

“It’s so hard. I pink baby doll nightie don’t see my friends any more,” Ms Payne said. “But I’m doing what I’ve always wanted to do.”