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Le 15 mai 2017, 09:13 dans Humeurs 0

Sexy lingerie brand finds unlikely wholesale christmas costumes muse in whistleblower Edward Snowden for new ad campaign that has 'a lot to uncover'

Sexy lingerie brand finds unlikely muse in whistleblower Edward Snowden for new ad campaign that has 'a lot to uncover'. In its new ad campaign, a lingerie brand based in Berlin, Germany, has humorously referred to the scandal involving whistleblower Edward Snowden and the NSA leaks.

In one image for , a scantily clad model poses alongside a banner that reads: 'Dear Edward Snowden, there's still a lot to uncover'.

Unlikely muse: German lingerie brand Blush Berlin humorously makes reference corset skirts setsto Edward Snowden and the NSA leaks in a racy new ad campaign

Don't spy them: On the brand's website, a message reads: 'Dear Edward Snowden, Instead of hanging around in Moscow or Ecuador, why don't you come to blush Berlin? We offer you the best asylum you can have'

On the lingerie brand's page, a message reveals its stance on the scandal. 'Dear Edward, take good care! We are with you!' it says in German.

The brand then proposes that the former CIA employee find refuge in Berlin.

'Dear Edward Snowden, Instead of hanging around in Moscow or Ecuador, why don't you come to blush Berlin?' it says, referring to his attempts to seek asylum in various countries.

'We offer you the best asylum you can have. We have a bed and champagne. And we really treat the intimates of other people with great care.'

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Le 15 mai 2017, 09:11 dans Humeurs 0

Will this spell the wholesale sexy swimwear end of ‘quad boob’?

Lingerie brand creates first bra that EXPANDS to stop fluctuating breasts spilling out during women's monthly cycle. Most women will be familiar with the extra volume that befalls their bust at a certain point in their monthly cycle.

Caused by a change in hormone levels, it can make breasts swell up to two cups bigger than their usual size and cause discomfort, in some case leading to the dreaded 'quad boob' - where breasts spill out of their too-small bra.

But one lingerie brand claims to have solved the problem once and for all with a specially wholesale fashion dressesdesigned bra that accommodates the temporary 'growth spurt' which for many women falls in the third week of their cycle - just before their period.

Dubbed the 'period bra', it is made from stretch galloon lace, specially designed to adapt to its wearer's body shape - and its makers, Ellace, believe it could spell the end of 'quad boob' for good.

Curvy Kate enlisted the help of model Hannah to try out the Ellace - which claims to mould to women's changing breast size throughout their cycle. The pictures show a noticeable change from days 1-6 (during her period) and days 19-21 (when her breasts were at their biggest)

They enlisted the help of Hannah to take a picture of herself wearing the bra every day for a month to see if it worked, and detailed their findings in a .

By comparing images from the start of Hannah’s cycle (day one) and one from further in the cycle (day 21), there is a clear size difference, especially in the fullness at the top of her breasts.

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Le 15 mai 2017, 09:10 dans Humeurs 0

'I was asked for ID to prove I’m female': wholesale halloween costumes Transgender woman accuses lingerie store of humiliating her during bra fitting

'I was asked for ID to prove I’m female': Transgender woman accuses lingerie store of humiliating her during bra fitting |

A transgender woman has accused a popular Austin, Texas, lingerie store of discriminating against her, causing an outrage on social media.

Austin resident Kylie Jack says she was refused bra fitting services when she visited Petticoat Fair Saturday, asked if she was an 'anatomical woman' and told she would need to present identification proving that she was female. 

'Hello Austinites: today I went for a bra fitting at Petticoat Fair, where an wholesale babydoll lingerie employee humiliated me by asking for ID stating I was female and saying I needed bottom surgery in order to get a fitting,' Ms Jack wrote on that afternoon.

Size matters: Transgender woman Kylie Jack says she was refused bra fitting services when she visited Petticoat Fair in Austin, Texas, Saturday

'If you are in solidarity with trans women, please boycott Petticoat Fair until they remove their transphobic and cissexist policies. Please feel free to share this post,' she continued.

On Sunday, Ms Jack addressed the store's staff in a message posted to its , asking that they apologize 'to the transgender community as a whole,' update their policy on 'working with the gender spectrum, gender identity, and gender expression,' and donate $1,000 to the Transgender Education Network of Texas. She added that she did not want the store to fire the woman who refused her service, 'if she was only doing her best to uphold store policy; that is not her fault.'

The store, which claims on its that 'Every woman is treated with respect and given one-on-one attention and is helped to feel comfortable and confident in properly fitted undergarments,' responded to customers' outcry on Facebook.

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