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You’re Not an Adult Until You Own These 6 Types of Underwear

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It’s time you corrected all your common panty-wearing mistakes and really used underwear to your advantage.

The skivvies you choose to wear effects your daily and professional life so much more than you know (it’s been proven, you guys). There are six styles in particular—thongs, g-strings, French-cut, boyshorts, bikini and briefs—your drawers should be stocked with at all times, for reasons you’re about to find out (thanks to a really cool expert).

And let’s get real: You’re not really #adulting until you do—here’s why.

“No one really knows what you’re wearing “under there,” but I promise, if your panty fits great, looks great and makes you feel sexy, you can literally take on the world,” noted Jessica Pfister, Vice President of celeb-loved lingerie brand Le Mystère. “You’re more confident because you know you don’t have to worry about how you look in your clothes. You’ve already got that covered!”“The proper panty will smooth your lumps and bumps and leave you looking flawless,” continued the pro. “With no unsightly VPL, it’ll let you focus on your day and let other people focus on you, not your panty problems! There truly is nothing worse than a pair of underwear that just won’t stay in place.”

With that said, let’s meet the undies.

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“[G-strings] are for your skimpiest, tightest dresses, pants and skirts,” claimed the expert. “They’re the closest to going commando, without the fear of a wardrobe malfunction. Keep one of these on hand for your special-occasion outfits.” You get the confidence of an undergarment without any telltale signs—wearable from the office to the gym.

Topshop Two-Tone Lace Tanga Knickers, $15; Unveiled Entre-Doux Thong, $18; Adore Me Kiyah G-String, $25

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Thongs are worry-free until this happens…”Please make sure to wear a smooth thong with minimal or extremely flat elastics for the smoothest look under your tightest pants,” said the underwear guru. “No matter how smooth a bikini is, they roll under pressure and leave unsightly lines. Everyone will know what you’re wearing under there and, therefore, you’re not going to feel your best.

Cosabella Italia Lowrider Lace Thong, $27; Lively The No Show Thong, $10; Blush Pretty Little Panties Thong, $15

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“This is your everyday, essential panty. File them under your standard uniform,” voiced the expert. “They keep you covered, contained and smooth. If you want a little extra shape, find a bikini with ruching on the back. It helps to give your tush a cute shape. And since they typically sit a few inches under your natural waist, they’re perfect for everything in your closet (including low-rise jeans).

On Gossamer Mesh Hip Bikini, $16; Aerie Logo Bikini, $8; Calvin Klein Modern Cotton Bikini, $20

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Pfister advised, “if you’re wearing a form-fitting dress, where you may want a little extra support on your stomach, these are the best and comfiest panties to wear.” When sporting anything remotely bodycon, these are confidence-boosters to say the least.

On Gossamer Mesh Modern High-Cut Brief, $16; Yummie by Heather Thomson Natalie Hipster Mid-Rise Stretch-Jersey Briefs, $10; H&M 3-Pack Cotton-Blend Briefs, $13

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“These can have the same “no show” effect as a thong, depending on the fabrication, but they give you the option of more coverage,” noted the VP. It’s definitely a cheekier option, but if you’re a firm non-thong-believer this is the way to go.

Le Mystère Perfect Pair Boyshort, $14; Victoria’s Secret Hot Short Panty, $9; The Little Bra Company Lucia Boyshorts, $26

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“Oolala! These are for an in-between bikini and brief coverage that shows a little leg,” said the pro. “They have an awesome ’90s look to them and are great for comfort around your leg—they don’t restrict movement.” So have these sophisticated undies handy when you’re looking for an elevated under-there look.

Stella McCartney Elsa Endearing High Waisted Knicker, $55; Hanky Panky High Rise Signature French Bikini Brief, $27; Naja Audrey Hi-Waisted Royal Hound, $28

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Famous designer Karl Lagerfeld, Dies at 85

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Karl Lagerfeld, a genius born on 10 September 1933,  was a German creative director, artist, photographer and caricaturist also known as the creative director of the French luxury fashion house Chanel as well as creative director of the Italian fur and leather goods fashion house has died on Tuesday in Paris. He was 85.



A source says, the famous designer death was announced on Tuesday.

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His sudden dismissal on earth has attracted alot of  tweet from his fans describing him as the greatest orchestrator of his own myth.

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In his 80s, when most of his peers were retiring to their yachts or country estates, he was designing an average of 14 new collections a year ranging from couture to the high street, and not counting collaborations and special projects. His signature combinations of “high fashion and high camp” attracted Rihanna; Princess Caroline of Monaco; Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund; and Julianne Moore.

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Meet Josh Egesi, A Multidisciplinary Artist

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Anttention Media had the pleasure of interviewing a talented guy who currently ranks as the largest bottle-caps portrait in Africa. A true creative soul who has wholly given himself to the pursuit of creative excellence.

Joshua Egesi was a six year old primary two pupil when he began imitating the comic drawings of his elder sister. At that tender age, even if he could not properly express it in his incoherent babbles, he was fascinated by the idea of drawings. And just like that, spurred by the ‘magic’ of his sister’s pencil, at the age of seven, he wanted to be an artist.

In pursuance of his dream of becoming an artist, and armed with an OND certificate from Federal Polytechnic Auchi, Edo state, the inspired youngster decided to further develop his artist’s acumen. Hence, he proceeded to the University of Benin to enroll for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Arts.

Like Cyrus Kabiru, the Kenyan ‘thrash collector‘, Josh sees himself as an environmental artist, Although, this perception was informed by his encounter with bottle cover as a medium in late 2015 when he was an intern at the Environmental Art Garden in Abuja. Being the restless mind that he was, he concluded that just like every other waste in the garden, the bottle caps also had to be transformed into art. He consequently figured that he could make his art more subjective with the bottle caps and immediately picked inspiration from pixels which, en-mass makes up an actual picture.



Egesi believes that art should project something concrete, not only mirror the society, but go a step further in proffering solutions to the multi-faceted problems that abound, especially in a clime like Nigeria.

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We are happy to have featured this amazing talent on HANDS our creativity centered programme and hope to invite him to our annual creative exhibition show aimed at promoting African art and exhibition. His details are available here and his talent ready to serve a populace.

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Anchor: Tolu ‘Taraj’ Omisakin

Camera Works: Chris Mokwunye ‘Krismok’

Graphics: Michael ‘Surplus’ Egbo

Music: Oluwatosin ‘O’tea’ Aphia

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