New Lingerie for Spring

Thoughtfully made, comfortable bras and underwear worth peeling the layers off for

With warmer weather comes fewer layers, and the increased probability that your undergarments will say hello to the world in some way, shape or form. Freshen up the spring wardrobe by tossing out basics that make you itch, sad or even embarrassed, while investing in comfortable pieces that instill confidence and cheer. Below is a look at independent lingerie-makers who are doing very interesting things …

Started From Underwear, Now They’re Here: Baserange

The two founders on their thoughtful growth in ethically made, sustainable apparel

The pared-down, simple styles and tactile fabrics of Danish-French label Baserange’s SS16 collection feel quietly revolutionary, elevating everyday-wear into something quite a bit more interesting. The brand—whose name stands for Basic Aesthetic for Sustainable Easywear—combines laid-back French elegance with Scandinavian cool, for a versatile collection that ranges from underwear and swimwear to sweaters and soft cotton skirts in nude and “egg yellow” hues. We wanted …

Feminist Underwear

Made in the USA from comfy 100% cotton, this Me and You (aka Julia Baylis and Mayan Toledano) underwear is an adorable way to wear your heart on your sleeve—or on your tuchus. Hand-printed in the States, the white undies bears lipstick kisses on the front, the word “feminist” on the back and will have you feeling comfortable and cheerful all day.