Lalita CURVELASVEGAS Showcase

Introducing Lalita

“[Lalita] is for the woman who dresses first and foremost for her own pleasure, not to gratify someone else.”

Sharon Stone, Demi Lovato and Janet Jackson are three of the latest high-profile talents rocking Lalita lingerie pieces in photoshoots and videos seen around the world.

And in a few days, intimates buyers visiting CURVELASVEGAS have a chance to experience this luxury lingerie brand in person from August 13 – 15, 2018 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.

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Lalita is handmade in Los Angeles, CA. The size range covers XS to 2XL.

Founder and designer, Rena Andrews is heading to Sin City with her debut collection and new accessories like the recently Instagrammed Lalita Corseted Body Cage.

Lalita bralette worn by Sharon Stone for New York Times

Above Lalita bralette worn by Sharon Stone for New York Times.

Designed to ignite the senses, all Lalita pieces are made using only the finest and most tactile materials, from super-soft bamboo fabric to supple Italian leather.

Lalita is a dream come true for lingerie fanatics who love to pair intimates with outerwear and Rena recently shared some lingerie style tips for our readers suggesting ways to rock her Smooth Jersey Garter Tank at the office or the Lalita Bamboo Bralette or Open Bra Harness for a night out.

Interested in seeing more? Make sure you make an appointment with Rena for CURVELASVEGAS!

Learn More About Lalita

Webiste: www.lalita.com
Email: sales@lalita.com

CURVENEWYORK July 2018: Summer of Love

Axami at CURVENEWYORK July 2018 photo by Photos by John Brown, JSG Photography.

Above: Axami. Photos by John Brown, JSG Photography.

When I walk into a trade show like CURVE, I don’t see booths or brands. I see stories. Each one different, varied as the fabrics, trims and laces on display, and they all share a common thread – love.

Avery Rose Lingerie at CURVENEWYORK July 2018 photo by John Brown

Above: Avery Rose Lingerie.

You can see it in a designer’s eyes like Jennifer Coll of Avery Rose who greeted every buyer like a long lost friend and shared with them her passion for creating beautiful bralettes.

It was on display between Undress Code founders Izabela Godlewska and Kacper Zieliński who were finalizing their wedding details in between buyer meetings.

Video of the Timpa booth by Jan Klier.

And in the Bellefit booth, you saw a mother’s love and desire to help a daughter recover from multiple c-sections transformed into a line of maternity wear that allows moms around the world to heal and feel supported.

Parfait model with buyer at CURVENEWYORK July 2018 photo by John Brown

Above: Parfait.

“[CURVE] is where I get all my shopping urges out, spend money and make money at the same time. It’s like wholesale therapy.” – Nikky Waters, La Femme Dangereuse.

The show organizers also weave this passion and care by bringing the intimates world together under one roof in New York and Las Vegas. Here in NYC, seminars and panel discussions on topics from retail advice to body positivity informed and helped lingerie brands, designers, bloggers and buyers.

Maison Close booth at CURVENEWYORK July 2018 photo by John Brown.

Above: Maison Close.

“We were excited by not just the new items out there, but by the inclusivity on display. More brands have expanded sizing and color. And many have expanded into more skin tones, so it was awesome to get a variety of shades for our customers. It was a great show.” said Lauren Thomas, Busted in Detroit‘s manager.

Krystal of Anya Lust speaking at CURVE. Photo by John Brown.

Above: Krystal, founder of Anya Lust speaking at CURVENEWYORK.

Visually, imaginations were stirred by an art installation by artists Stephanie Hynes and Tina Wilson. And the Concepts Lounge inspired retailers with beautiful visual merchandising displays that included product inspiration and trend advice.

“CURVENEWYORK was a great success for Royce this summer. We always get so much out of face to face communications and we opened some exciting new accounts at the show,” said Royce Lingerie’s Business Development Manager, Francesca Fleming.

Mapale at CURVENEWYORK July 2018 photo by John Brown

Above: Mapalé.

CURVENEWYORK even included a philanthropic event in collaboration with the the non-profit children’s charity, Project Help Us Give (H.U.G.). A custom eye-mask embroidery station took orders from visitors with proceeds going to the H.U.G. cause.

CURVE Summer of Love Visual Tour

Wacoal model at CURVENEWYORK July 2018 photo by John Brown

Above: Wacoal.

It’s wonderful to see all these stories come together at the show and I came away from the show with a notepad full of editorial ideas which you’ll see unfurl in the coming weeks.

If you weren’t able to make it to Javits and are are still curious about what brands’ booths looked like, we’ve collected images from Anita, Avery Rose, Curvy Couture, Royce Lingerie, Elila and L.A. Whisper for you to peruse at your leisure.

And as you scroll down, you’ll see images from the CURVENEWYORK show floor:

Rya Collection booth at CURVENEWYORK July 2018 photo by John Brown

Above: Rya Collection.

Anita Active model at CURVENEWYORK July 2018 photo by John Brown

Above: Anita.

Hello Beautiful at CURVENEWYORK July 2018 photo by John Brown

Above: Hello Beautiful.

Jane Woolrich at CURVENEWYORK July 2018 photo by John Brown

Above: Jane Woolrich.

Little Bra Company at CURVENEWYORK July 2018 photo by John Brown

Above: the Little Bra Company.

Curvy Couture Lirisse Cross at CURVENEWYORK July 2018 photo by John Brown

Above: Curvy Couture.

Lou Lingerie booth at CURVENEWYORK July 2018

Above: Lou Lingerie.

Sugar Candy Bra. Photo by John Brown

Above: Sugar Candy Bra.

Royce Lingerie rack at CURVENEWYORK. Photo by John Brown

Above: Royce Lingerie.

Sock It To Me

Above: Sock it to Me.

Jezebel by Felina at CURVENEWYORK July 2018 photo by John Brown

Above: Jezebel by Felina.

Curvy Kate models at CURVENEWYORK July 2018 photo by John Brown

Above: Curvy Kate.

icollection at CURVENEWYORK July 2018 photo by John Brown

Above: iCollection Lingerie.

Why Customers Love Bumbrella’s Panty-Slip

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“I love the Bumbrellas I own and cannot travel without them; I wear them under tunics and cover-ups to turn a swim look into a casual outfit. I work in the accessory business and this is one of the best accessories I own!” —Darby Vinciguerra

The ingeniously-named Bumbrella is an innovative, 2-in-1 panty slip. With a brief or thong built right into the skirt, it’s designed to eliminate common issues with traditional half-slips—twisting and riding up at the waist. Instead, the Bumbrella stays fixed firmly in place all day long, giving you coverage and the confidence to go about your day knowing your underwear will definitely not be on show.

Bumbrella is the type of product that suits people of all ages and from all walks of life. We spoke to four of the brand’s customers to discover how this seemingly simple panty-slip has transformed their lingerie drawers for the better.

Mary Ann Ridenour

Customers Speak Out: Why We Love Bumbrella’s Panty-Slip

Mary Ann Ridenour in South Carolina owns three Bumbrella slips which are an essential part of her wardrobe, getting worn several times a week.

“I’m 99 percent sure I first saw Bumbrella on The Today Show. I live in the South, and it’s hot. Thin, sheer dresses are a must. But so is keeping a sense of modesty and decorum – I have sons and don’t think they’d appreciate their mom running around town with a dress people could see through!

Bumbrella X-RAY

I’m in the sunlight all the time, whether it’s walking through the parking lot to the grocery store or the sidelines at a sporting event. Knowing I’m covered is one less thing to worry about. And I love the fact that an everyday woman invented them – “yea” for her!”

Danielle

Ohio clothing sales associate Danielle loves her four Bumbrellas so much, she often recommends them to her customers – despite the store not stocking the brand.

Bumbrella two in one no squeeze panty slip

“The Bumbrella is such a great product, one that you don’t know you need until you have it. Every time I wear a skirt or dress, I definitely have a Bumbrella on underneath.

Although an owner of my fair share of Spanx, those are, for me, uncomfortable to wear all day long. This little Bumbrella slip is incredibly comfortable, silky and light. It feels like you have nothing on, yet you have the confidence of feeling covered and concealed. The underwear is connected to the slip so you don’t have multiple waistbands, and you don’t have to worry about your slip slipping up your waist.

I wish we sold this product [at the store I work for]. I feel it is truly a necessity in any woman’s undergarment arsenal, right alongside nipple concealers and double-sided tape.”

Darby Vinciguerra

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Darby Vinciguerra lives in New Jersey. She began wearing Bumbrella slips as a gentle smoothing garment after giving birth, and never looked back.

“I first started wearing Bumbrella postpartum. It creates smooth lines and doesn’t ‘pinch’ you, and I could still wear it even after I lost the baby weight.

It’s especially helpful in the summer months—I wear Bumbrella under jersey sundresses to avoid them being see-through. Plus jersey tends to cling to the body, showing underwear lines—my Bumbrella does double duty by also ensuring no panty lines are visible.

I love the Bumbrellas I own and cannot travel without them; I wear them under tunics and cover-ups to turn a swim look into a casual outfit. I work in the accessory business and this is one of the best accessories I own!”

Bumbrella in Blue backview

Siri

Ohio-based Siri is yet another happy customer for whom Bumbrella is a daily essential. She even once called all over town trying to find a stockist, when she thought she’d forgotten to bring one along on her travels!

“Miraculously I ended up finding mine in my suitcase—I was thrilled! I pretty much wear them all the time. Occasionally I wear a full slip but otherwise, my Bumbrella. I can recall many occasions where I have constantly had to adjust a slip so it would not show or ride up. Then I discovered Bumbrella on social media. I currently own one thong and one bikini-brief style, however I have owned several more over the years. They have either been worn and worn, or replaced when my daughter absconded with them.

They are a wonderful combination of comfort and style. The perfect length, with just the right amount of control. Super-tight undergarments give me a stomach ache, but these are comfortable and sexy.”

Learn More About Bumbrella’s Panty-Slip

Contact: tara@wearbumbrella.com
Website: https://wearbumbrella.com/

Infographic: Denier, sheer and opaque – Hosiery Terms explained

In medieval time, the Franks (French) used a coin called a denier. Although this coin is no longer in use, we continue to use the term “denier” as a unit of measure for determining the weight of fabric. Today, “denier” is used to identify the thickness of stockings. Presented by VienneMilano, here is a fashion infographic that elaborates on what a denier is, and how stockings are considered ultra sheer, sheer, semi-opaque and opaque.

What is a Denier

CURVELASVEGAS August 2018 Photos

Praia Brava model at CURVELASVEGAS

Photos by David Cherkis.

The CURVE team wrapped up another sunny edition of CURVELASVEGAS last week and we have some great photos from the trade show floor of buyers, booths and models wearing the latest swimwear, lingerie and accessories from brands like Praia Brava, Felina, Montelle, Lalita, and Swedish Stockings amongst others.

We also have a few photos from the Concept Lounge in Vegas and CURVE’s new the Store viewing area. The Store is a concept showroom displaying a curated mix of lingerie, swimwear and accessories brands. The Store gives buyers a modern shopping experience that allows them to discover new products at their own pace.

Start scrolling to see all the images.

Lalita booth

Above: Lalita Lingerie.

Felina models

Above: Felina Lingerie.

Wylde Lingerie

Above: Wylde Lingerie.

Banana Moon model

Banana Moon booth

Above: Banana Moon Swimwear model and booth.

NuBra booth

Above: NuBra.

Minka Blue

Above: Minka Blue Swimwear.

Montelle Intimates

Above: Montelle Intimates.

Swedish Stockings

Above: Swedish Stockings.

Joe's Intimates and Loungewear

Above: Joe’s Intimates and Loungewear.

CURVELASVEGAS August 2018 Photos Complete

Praia Brava model at CURVELASVEGAS
Agua Bendita booth at CURVELASVEGAS
Banana Moon booth


Banana Moon model
Banana Moon both with retailers
Beach Joy Bikini model


Concept Lounge CURVELASVEGAS
Cosabella booth
CURVELASVEGAS Art Display


CURVELASVEGAS Aug 2018 Entrance
CURVELASVEGAS Booths 1
CURVELASVEGAS Booths 3


CURVELASVEGAS Mannequins
CURVELASVEGAS the Store
CURVELASVEGAS the Store


CURVELASVEGAS the Store
CURVELASVEGAS the Store
CURVELASVEGAS the Store


CURVELASVEGAS the Store
CURVELASVEGAS the Store
CURVELASVEGAS the Store


CURVELASVEGAS the Store
Felina booth
Felina models


Felina models
Fleurt booth
Forever New booth


Freya Booth
Heat Swimwear
the Store


Jessica Krupa
Joe's
Joe's Intimates and Loungewear


Just Sexy Lingerie booth
Kaliopi Eleni
Krupa Couture Swim


La Blanca booth with models
Lalita booth
Lalita booth


Leonisa Booth
Minka Blue
Montelle Booth


Montelle Intimates
Munki Munki
Munki Munki


Nani Swimwear
NuBra booth
Praia Brava Bikinis


Skye
Soah booth
Swedish Stockings


Wylde Lingerie


Allure Lingerie-Inspired Fashion Guide

The 10 Allure Pieces You Need in Your Closet

“You are dressing your body to create the feeling you desire to invoke in yourself and others.” — Peline Kurtdarcan.

Allure may be known for its provocative and edgy lingerie, but did you know that this sexy brand also offers pieces that are ideal for everyday wear? Think body-hugging wetlook pants that complete a perfect date night outfit or sultry skirts and mini dresses for a night out dancing.

The 10 Allure Pieces You Need in Your Closet

Lingerie-inspired fashion is cropping up everywhere, and Allure makes dressing the part easy by designing sexy styles that effortlessly pair with a jean jacket, leather jacket or any top. “Mixing Allure with daywear is cultivating an identity that is uniquely yours,” says Peline Kurtdarcan, marketing director for Allure. “It is about how you look of course, but also about how you feel. Do you want to be drop dead sexy or casual with a whisper of tease?”

The 10 Allure Pieces You Need in Your Closet

Mix up these pieces to create different versions of you. There are designs for the ultimate pin-up girl. Peline describes her as the woman fantasies are made of but has a glam and edgy look that always sets her apart from the crowd. Try Allure’s mesh crop top over a black bra and mini skirt for a look that lets you go from being ultra cool in the day to ultra sexy at night.

The 10 Allure Pieces You Need in Your Closet

Allure’s collection is chockfull of many more wardrobe essentials that make the perfect transition from day to night. Slip into a pair of biker-chic pants and a comfy button-down shirt and tank for a day of shopping. Or wear the kissable Kitten dress out to uplift your mood and attitude, “because, in essence, you are dressing your body to create the feeling you desire to invoke in yourself and others,” says Peline.

The 10 Allure Pieces You Need in Your Closet

Dressing up — whether in lingerie or daywear — is a personal decision dictated by your own style and mood. As your attitude determines what you are feeling, or where you want to be, look to Allure to fire up your stylish imagination!

Learn More about Allure Lingerie

Email: order@allurelingerie.com
Website: www.allurelingerie.com

Allure Lingerie-Inspired Fashion Guide
The 10 Allure Pieces You Need in Your Closet
The 10 Allure Pieces You Need in Your Closet
The 10 Allure Pieces You Need in Your Closet


The 10 Allure Pieces You Need in Your Closet
The 10 Allure Pieces You Need in Your Closet
The 10 Allure Pieces You Need in Your Closet


The 10 Allure Pieces You Need in Your Closet
The 10 Allure Pieces You Need in Your Closet
The 10 Allure Pieces You Need in Your Closet


The 10 Allure Pieces You Need in Your Closet


Bustoire Luxury Nightwear Teaser

Bustoire luxury nightwear

“Beauty, exquisiteness, and support.”

These are the qualities Joyce Labinjo looks for when selecting lingerie and nightwear for herself. And when it came time to create her own luxury nightwear brand for women with a fuller bust, these are the same qualities she infused into Bustoire.

“What I wanted was luxury silk nightwear, sleepwear with built in support that meant not having to wear a bra to bed at night. I wanted elegant, sensual nightwear that had integral bra support and was available in cup sizes DD – KK,” said Joyce of her brand’s origin. “Other busty women told me they wanted the same, a brand that met the needs of busty women and provided boudoir style luxury nightwear. Bust and boudoir together became Bustoire.”

Bustoire luxury nightwear
Every Bustoire garment is designed and made in the UK, in Joyce’s home city of London.

Today, Joyce offers a seductive selection of Babydolls, Chemises and Nightdresses for customers who value beautiful design, meticulous construction, luxury fabrics and (most importantly) support.

Bustoire’s online lookbook showcases all of the current styles in a beautiful setting and a video captures how the brand’s garments are lovingly packaged for customers.

In the next few days, TLJ’s Michelle Broomes will give our readers more insights into Bustoire and Joyce’s journey from a career in Banking towards lingerie designer and entrepreneurship.

Learn More about Bustoire

Email: info@bustoire.com
Phone: +44 (0)20 7971 1391
Website: https://bustoire.com/

Lingerie Selection July 2018 Recap: Summer Gems

Lingerie Selection July 2018 Blue Eleven Intimates

You could walk hours through a Convention Center and still miss an amazing brand or, worst yet, never make a meaningful connection. What’s lost is the opportunity to bring to your customers a collection that speaks to them in a meaningful way.

That’s why events like the Lingerie Selection (TLS) are so important. They bring together an array of independent designers that you may never meet at big tent shows. It’s like finding all the lingerie gems in one room.

At this summer’s Lingerie Selection, Clio Lingerie, the Giving Bride, Nevaeh Intimates, Uwila Warrior, Ipek Kiramer, Loulette Lingerie, Girl & a Serious Dream, the Muse Lingerie, and Blue Eleven Intimates showcased current and upcoming 2019 collections.

Bloggers and influencers like the Lace Appeal and Hurray Kimmay attended the show and visiting boutiques included Sugar Cookies, La Femme Dangereuse, the Rack Shack, Oh Baby Lingerie, Jenette Bras, and WonderLust Lingerie amongst others.

Ashley Kelsch, owner of the iconic boutique Teddies for Bettys gave a great seminar about her experience in the lingerie industry and also her exciting new consulting business focused on helping her fellow colleagues and store owners build their brands.

Beyond Show Dates

TLS has another quality that makes it special. The show organizers and co-founders, Maggie Gillette and Melissa Franchi work diligently at creating events that go beyond the show.

These have taken the form of Pop Ups and Trunk Shows in the past. This month, the Lingerie Selection launches, Blurred Lines, a private showing of lingerie and loungewear brands breaking the boundaries between the streets and the sheets. The trade-only event is slated for Monday, September 17 from 2 – 7pm by appointment only.

Social Media: Chasing Likes or Chasing Sales?

Social Media: Chasing likes or chasing sales

by Erin Harris and Peter Polgar, Intimatology

Social media has been receiving lots of negative press recently, regarding fake accounts, fake news, Cambridge Analytica and most recently a massive drop in Facebook’s valuation. Let’s discuss some key takeaways we have analyzed over the last few months:

Marketing agencies have done a great job convincing brands they need to be on social media. As early as 2008, the savviest of brands started appearing and capitalizing on social media platforms. Ever since, countless agencies have been born out of this social media movement and have helped brands create an online social presence by signing up on multiple social media platforms. Social media was a great way to gain free exposure and connect with your audience but are those same early strategies still in place today or has social media changed so much that those strategies don’t prove as fruitful as they once were?

Let’s examine the website traffic of two well-known brands using free online tools that compare the number of visitors from social media and organic search.

Spanx (Estimated)

  • June 2018 Website Traffic: 557,000
  • Social Traffic: 40,400
    • 24,200 of that came from Facebook
    • 15,750 came from YouTube and Reddit
  • Top Traffic Source: Organic Search
  • Total Traffic: 300,800

Social Media: Chasing Likes or Chasing Sales?

Hanky Panky (Estimated)

  • June 2018 Website Traffic: 96,000
  • Social Traffic: 1,820
    • 900 of that came from YouTube
    • 700 came from Instagram and Facebook
  • Top Traffic Source: Organic Search
  • Total Traffic: 57,000

Social Media: Chasing Likes or Chasing Sales?

What does this tell us?

After analyzing hundreds of social media clients we’ve managed, we kept coming back to the same conclusions. We realized the focus was on popularity over profitability. Chasing “likes” and “comments” rather than focusing on sales had become the norm. Everyone believed success was building content that people engaged with, but did that engagement turn into sales? The answer: Yes, and no. Social media can be very effective at creating awareness, but does that really affect your bottom line? This data is measured indirectly and the metrics are largely speculative, but what we know with certainty is that social media channels do a great job keeping people on their own platform, not driving them to your website.

What can you do about it?

If you’re in business to grow and generate money, these facts should be making you consider how you divide your digital marketing budget/efforts. Consider how long it takes you to create your social media content calendar. If you’re not managing your own social media, how much does it cost you to have a social media team? Now, compare that effort to those activities that can be measured directly such as email marketing or digital advertising.

Here’s what Intimatology is doing about it:

We’ve stopped drinking the cool-aid and removed the rose-colored shades. Now that our perspective has shifted, we’re taking the time to analyze the data differently and ask all new questions. Some of the answers present huge opportunities, while others create a whole new series of challenges.

Intimatology is in the business to help our clients grow through digital marketing services. Why are we advising our clients to reduce their social media services? We’re in the business of creating value for our clients, that’s why.

Social Media: Chasing likes or chasing sales

After facing up to the truth, we repositioned our clients towards different marketing channels. Some of our best decisions were to focus more on search engine optimization (SEO), content marketing, paid advertising and marketing automation. A lot of the channels we started to expand on are not considered “sexy” marketing, but they are fundamental for building a strong foundation. It may appear basic or boring, ultimately, such marketing work has turned into profitable decisions all around. More importantly, the metrics are measurable and repeatable.

Are we giving up on social media all together?

Not at all. We’re just taking a step back, waiting and watching. We will continue to work with our clients on their accounts, but our focus has changed.

Social Media: Chasing likes or chasing sales

Let us leave you with this: take some time to analyze your social media data. Then, ask yourself if you could make better use of your time or budget by focusing on other marketing activities?
If the answer is yes, then you should start to build your brand on channels you own, rather than channels that are owned by the social media giants.

Learn more about Intimatology

Contact: Erin Harris
Email: erin@intimatology.com
Phone: 973-241-7440
Website: www.intimatology.com

Place in the Sun

Place in the Sun Avery Rose and Loulette Robe

Above: Avery Rose Isabella bralette and panty paired with Loulette’s Norfolk Robe.

It’s here. The end of Summer. From one lingerie fanatic to another, I encourage you to soak up the last rays of sunshine and get ready to morph with the changing of the seasons.

Place in the Sun Lalita

Above: Lalilta Lingerie’s Jersey Garter Tank.

To whet your inspiration, I traveled to the South of France with lingerie from Yandy, Avery Rose, Lalita, Mapale, Felina and Loulette Lingerie for an amazing photoshoot with my studio, Becky Yee Photography, to capture the spirit of Helios. Enjoy these images and find your place in the Sun!

Place in the Sun Yandy

Above: Yandy Lingerie and Loulette Robe.

Place in the Sun Mapale and Felina robe

Mapale swimsuit paired with Felina robe.

Place in the Sun Yandy green teddy

Above: Yandy Lingerie bodysuit.

Place in the Sun Avery Rose and Loulette Robe

Above: Avery Rose Lingerie and Loulette Lingerie Robe.

Place in the Sun Lalita

Above: back view of Lalita’s Peek-a-Boo Boyshorts and Jersey Garter Tank.

Place in the Sun Yandy on beach and Loulette Robe

Above: Yandy lingerie and Loulette Lingerie Robe.

Place in the Sun Yandy lingerie

Above: Yandy lingerie.

Place in the Sun Avery Rose and Loulette Robe

Above: Avery Rose Lingerie and Loulette robe.

Place in the Sun Mapale and Felina robe

Above: Mapale swimsuit and Felina robe.

Place in the Sun Credits

Photographer – Becky Yee

Models – Leen Michaels, Lenka Luptakova and Madison Moore

Production – @ADMImageFactory

Place in the Sun Gallery
Place in the Sun Avery Rose and Loulette Robe
Place in the Sun Lalita
Place in the Sun Avery Rose and Loulette Robe


Place in the Sun Avery Rose and Loulette Robe
Place in the Sun Lalita


Place in the Sun Mapale and Felina robe
Place in the Sun Mapale and Felina robe
Place in the Sun Yandy


Place in the Sun Yandy green teddy
Place in the Sun Yandy on beach and Loulette Robe


Place in the Sun Yandy lingerie