The woman has filed a human rights complaint over her former employer's demand she wear a bra at work
An engineering student from Mexico has invented a smart bra that can detect the early signs of brea
The $1.67 trillion global sportswear and athleisure market tends to focus on style and comfort, not on function. That leaves women without sports bras that support them.
The reason for our lady lump fatigue, it seems, has nothing to do with how we look and everything to do with the sexual, abusive or ‘creepy’ feedback women receive via social media. Similarly, the fault should lie with the men, or indeed other women, posting comments that are deemed creepy, not with ladies displaying their assets if they wish to.
Champion then goes on to discuss how sexualization of children in this way is directly linked to child sexual exploitation and child abuse and perpetuates negative body image issues for young girls. Sexualisation of children adds to CSE.
In a move that sees fashion meet science, researchers at the National University of Columbia’s School of Electric Engineering have created a prototype for a bra that could detect early signs of the disease, which affects nearly one in eight British women. What do you think about the cancer-detecting bra?
The 25th annual Gotham Independent Film Awards took place in New York on Monday night, where it was certainly warmer than it usually is on the last night of November. Warm enough, in fact, that while getting dressed for the event, at her Brooklyn brownstone alongside husband Peter Sarsgaard, Maggie Gyllenhaal thought, “To hell with the top!”
Ask any woman: The hardest thing to shop for is a bra. Every brand, every store, every super nice sales lady will tell you something different until you want to throw your hands up in the air and say, “Forget it! I’m going braless forever.” But don’t do that.
[Photo: Rigby & Peller] If there’s one thing a lot of women aren’t sure of, it’s their bra size. Different shops will tell you different things and everything we lose a few pounds or put a few on, the size of our busts seem to change – most annoying. Which is why a mirror that can measure a person’s bra size seems like the most genius (and useful) invention to date. First used in Rigby & Peller in Hong Kong, the high-tech scanning device measures customers bra sizes more accurately than if it’s done by hand.