Rihanna has become a driving force of equality and inclusivity in the beauty and fashion worlds. Her makeup brand, Fenty Beauty, has pushed boundaries since its first launch, offering more than 40 shades of foundation and 50 shades of concealer. Her Savage X Fenty lingerie line has received equal praisewith many customers calling it inclusive of varying skin tones and representative of different body types.
Kayleigh Peddie is a lingerie and swimwear label based in Montreal, Canada. All garments are handmade by the designer who devotes herself to each piece, from fabric selection to finishing details. The With Love Lingerie collections appeal to an urban woman whose love of timeless style and fashion extends beyond her outerwear and into her underpinnings.
Skip navigation! Story from Fashion. If there's one item of clothing we wear most, regardless of the season or latest trend, it's not your beloved vintage jeans or your go-to black boots : it's underwear.
So you want to get a Valentine's Day gift for your special someone but you don't want to get them dinner, chocolates or a bad tie. Rather than spend money on gifts that he or she will probably forget in a few weeks, why don't you get your lover the gift that keeps on giving: Valentine's Day lingerie! Not only can sexy lace lingerie be enjoyed by both parties but underwear can be worn all year round.
LACE has a huge selection of lingerie, sleepwear, activewear, and accessories for every mood, personality, and body. Photography by Ping Hu www. By Antonio Valente Make this the year you get noticed.
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This sultry bra and pantie combo is just right for a special night in. By: Murissa Barrington. Cascading ruffles is a fun touch on the back of this velvet and lace bodysuit. This Topshop bodysuit screams romance with its dark red colour and intricate lace details.
The connection remained important throughout the middle ages. By printed cards began to replace written letters due to improvements in printing technology. Over the years, ready-made cards were an easy way for people to express their emotions. In the States and then in Canada, the industrialists and the manufacturers of paper lace and cards worked hard to promote their products, creating a change in the numbers of cards being sent to include everyone in the holiday.