{un}covered Weekly Brief: Best of Intimates, Swim & Active From Around the Web 11/5/15


Victoria’s Secret’s $2 million Fantasy Bra revealed, a recovered anorexic proudly posts “tummy-tastic” bikini photos in a move of body positivity and empowerment, and, it was only a matter of time: “athleisure” is getting added to the dictionary.


In case you missed it – the new Victoria’s Secret Fantasy Bra, valued at $2 million, has been unveiled. {E! Online} Photo credit, above, @lilyaldridge Instagram.

In a move directly opposite that of mainstream lingerie marketing, British indie lingerie label Neon Moon releases their empowering #IAmNeonMoon campaign to fight transphobia and body shaming. See the photos on {Bustle}.

87 lingerie sales to shop NOW right this way —> {The Lingerie Addict}

Rita Ora channels Britney Spears while stripping down to her skivvies in the latest campaign for Italian intimates brand Tezenis. {Perez Hilton}

The best of the celebrity lingerie-inspired best from Halloween 2015, courtesy of yours truly.


Megan Jayne

Recovered anorexic Megan Jayne (60 lbs at her thinnest) proudly posts “tummy-tastic, lumpy bumpy, thunder thigh” bikini photos on Instagram to promote body positivity and self-love. {Daily Mail} Photo credit, above, Holly Buxton Photography/Mercury Press via Daily Mail. 

In age-defying acts: Elle Macpherson will make you rethink 51 as she proves she still has “The Body” in new swimsuit photos. {Us Weekly}

Cult following New York bodysuit label Alix (Kim Kardashian West and Kendall Jenner are fans, to name a few) debuts swim collection for Spring/Summer 2016. {Vogue}

Here are 11 amazing celebrity pools to drool over on {Huffington Post}.

Blake Lively shows off a killer post-baby bikini body while filming scenes for her upcoming shark thriller “The Shallows” in Australia. {People}



Did you know in 1911 the first “sports corset” was created? The history, science and psychology behind sports bras, and bouncing breasts, on {Racked}. Photo credit, above Jenny White/Brittany Holloway-Brown via Racked.

These 12 athleisure brands are vying to become the next Lululemon. {Business Insider}

Behind the Bandier takeover: brick & mortar rollouts from the rapidly growing multi-brand retailer in Manhattan, Manhasset, NY and Dallas, TX – and eyes on London and Europe. {Forbes}

It was only a matter of time: Merriam-Webster to add “athleisure” to the next edition of its dictionary. {Details}