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It was important to us to create a lingerie brand where women feel welcome, celebrated, and can feel excited. Something for them, disregarding the male gaze or what is perceived as typically commercially attractive. We want to contribute in making lingerie a healthy shopping environment fo

The real shift in the underwear market is making the adidas superstar damski wearer looking good in their own eyes, not the eyes of someone else says Mazie Fisher, who founded the lingerie brand Beija.London with her sister Abbie Miranda. The brand s aesthetic is pared-back, cool and inclusive. Last year the Beija.London unveiled a campaign featuring 27 women in 27 different sizes, to illustrate just how inclusive lingerie can be. It was important to us to create a lingerie brand where women feel welcome, celebrated, and can feel excited. Something for them, disregarding the male gaze or what is perceived as typically commercially attractive. We want to contribute in making lingerie a healthy shopping environment for future generations, explains Fisher.

The dinner is also the first time Fleabag meets the  hot priest . Why Andrew Scott s character doesn t ditch the dog collar right there is anyone s guess. Following the episode, global fashion search platform Lyst reported a 61 per cent spike in searches in the UK for jumpsuits. And earlier this year, shopping platform adidas ultra boost Liketoknow offered an even more staggering statistic: a whopping 945% increase in clicks to jumpsuits.Just why are they so popular? Well, they re convenient. Pull on a jumpsuit, and the hours usually spent agonising over separates can be used for more important matters. Plus, there s the versatility. Like white T-shirts and a black dress, jumpsuits create a blank adidas yeezy canvas for the styling details that will, literally, turn an item from single-use to multi-functional.

There is no shortage of jumpsuits in the history of music culture. All-in-ones were the go-to for Studio 54 regulars Diana Ross, Liza Minelli and Bianca Jagger; at 73, Cher is still a fan, belting out Abba s Waterloo on a recent episode of America s Got Talent in head-to-toe purple. And, speaking of Abba, rarely were the Swedish Fab Four out of their onesies, from flared to industrial.And then there s Freddie Mercury, Mick Jagger, and David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust, demonstrating the appeal of the jumpsuit s anti-establishment iconography to gender-fluid, hyper-sexual men everywhere. Skip the hiatus in adidas deerupt good taste that were the 1990s (think TLC and Salt-N-Pepa) and today s jumpsuit is a different affair, often sleek and tailored, but still redolent of past associations of power and freedom.

 I wore it every day. It s a uniform that you can work and transition to social hours. It s utilitarian  very much so  but today s jumpsuit has also acquired an elegance that definitely was not part of the garment in the First World War. As a woman, I feel pulled in so many directions. Many women are paring down their wardrobes, and the jumpsuit fits in that. Last October, at the Louvre, a 23-year-old model called Krow Kian opened the Louis Vuitton spring/summer show, wearing a sleek grey suit with oversized jacket. Six months later, after many high-profile campaigns and covers, Krow was back on the Vuitton catwalk, to close the entire women s autumn/winter season. The news, apart from those razor-sharp cheekbones and that clear-eyed gaze? Krow is a transgender man  the first ever on a womenswear catwalk.

It s only in the past ten years that trans models have been making headlines in the fashion industry. In 2010, Lea T became the first out trans woman to appear in a high-fashion campaign when she modelled for Givenchy. In 2015, Andreja Peji became the first trans model to be profiled in Vogue. Since then, names such as Maxim Magnus, Hari Nef and the luminous adidas pl Hunter Schafer have appeared in campaigns for some of the world s most famous brands.Meanwhile, trans male models have remained rare  until now. Krow s high-profile presence in the past two Paris fashion weeks marks a significant cultural shift that speaks volumes for all genders  and for Krow himself. After years wrestling with his identity, everything finally became clear. Krow remembers the moment he stepped on to the Vuitton catwalk, his first since transitioning to male:  It was an amazing feeling. The energy and the adidas pl power you feel from the crowd is incredible.


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