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“You can undress me with your eyes…”

Do you think that Michael Jackson can undress you with his eyes? Why not? It’s all in your head, that’s the power of imagination!

To be able to undress someone with his eyes seems very powerful and needs a lot of concentration. How about undressing someone physically? Learn the power of “Dress to undress” to take benefit of the game of “The Law of Leisure”.

Sometime when I introduced myself as a lingerie designer, I came across some women said sadly to me,” Well, I am single!”. They kind of telling me that they could not enjoy my products since they are single. Do you mean that you will not dress up for yourself? For self enjoyment? I kept on telling them, you’ve got to please yourself first before you can please your partner. Treat yourself nicely by dressing up nicely. When you feel that you look good, sexy, your confident level rises up. It will radiant outward, you can then attract people.

We already know that the art of dress to undress has been celebrated through out the history. No matter it is a classical master piece from the history; or from the contemporary artist, they all capture or express that very sensual moment in different forms — paintings, sculptures, movies or even books / poems…

“A Young Girl In A State of Undress” by Jen Juel ( 1745-1802, Danish)

Latifa Medjdpub “Undress Me, 2004” Paper, Silk, Cotton, Nylon, Wood


From the Wisdom at 90, written by Regina Brett, 90 years old, of the Plain Dealer, Cleveland , Ohio “To celebrate growing older, I once wrote the 45 lessons life taught me. It is the most requested column I’ve ever written.” In her #21 lesson, she wrote,” Burn the candles, use the nice sheets, wear the fancy lingerie. Don’t save it for a special occasion. Today is special.”

Ex-Burlesque Stripper — June St Clair

Ex-Burlesque Stripper June St Clair Demonstrating How to Undress, Allen Gilbert School of Undressin

If making yourself beautiful and sexy make you feel good, why not? After all, as Whitney Houston’s song said, “Learn how to love yourself, it is the greatest love of all.” Do enjoy the process of dressing up, while you had some nice sexy lingerie underneath, you will enjoy the process of undressing yourself too. This is the process of feeling self-conscious. Enjoy the process of dressing yourself up make you feel beautiful while the process of undressing yourself make you feel sexy.

For those who like to cover up a little before they take it all off. It is all about the game, the game of foreplay, the game of seduction, the game of curiosity. It works for single woman to please herself. It works the same for couple too. Either you undress yourself, or have your partner undress you. This is “The Law of Leisure”. It helps in the harmonic atmosphere within the couple. Enjoy!

Man Undress The Woman

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feathers in lingerie

Christmas is at the corner, so it’s obvious that the costumes of Santa Cause are seen everywhere in the mall, boutique… the biggest features of the Santa’s outfit is the feathers. Feathers are always seducing, provoking.. it encourage fun and mysterious sensous look. Feathers have long been used in lingerie through out the decades and in different geographic zones. It proved that it’s the major items in the burlesque intimate apparel world, especially huge in the show business or even in the consumers in the retail world.

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Origami meets fashion

Origami is originated from the traditional Japanese culture. Very popular through out the Asian countries. It’s work are highly respected and considered as art.

This concept of playing with folding a 2 dimensional  piece of paper to create a 3 dimensional space has extended to the architectural world too. This origami inspired house in Tokyo designed by architect Yasuhiro Yamashita of Atelier Takuto shows off excellent lines and shape without sacrificing form and function.

But when this traditional oriental culture penetrates into the fashion industry, the result is eye popping and heading turning.

Blank Page by Sandra Backlund






Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake has developed a clothing line that is inspired by origami. Utilizing revolutionary recycled material that are designed to expand from two-dimensional geometric shapes into structured shirts, skirts, pants and dresses.








Origami shoes!


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Emilie Simon (Desert – French version)

This song marks my very first MTV posted in my blog because I really think that it is a wonderful video. As a designer, I admire people’s creativity; I think it is priceless. I appreciate the imaginativeness; plus I like the French language too! I hope you like it too.


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Pedro Lourenco Spring 2011

There are so many fantastic designers , but Pedro Lourenco catch my eyes as many editors and buyers in the Paris Runway fashion show. Just 19 years old, Brazilian born Pedro Lorenco sent shockwaves through the Paris Fashion attendees last Fall with his impeccably made collection of laser cut leather with plastic detailing.

Based on his unique vision, craftmanship, creative direction and marketability, his collection shows that there’s a cultural significance in his concepts. His work were flesh, clean cut, avant grade, modern yet futuristic, it was focused, mature, and directional. His women are powerful and confident.

Pedro Lourenco Fall 2010

Pedro Lourenco ad image

Lorenco was grown up in a designers cocoon whom both his parents are designers and factory owner where Lorenco’s collection is produced. He first started designing when he was 8 years old and presented his first collection at 12 for Sao Paulo Fashion Week.  In his Fall collection, he showed his great talent by manipulated shapes and leather in innovative and artistic ways that were refreshing to see.

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Law of seduction

In social science, seduction is the process of deliberately enticing a person to engage.

Seduction, seen negatively, involves temptation and enticement, often sexual in nature, to lead someone astray into a behavioral choice they would not have made if they were not in a state of sexual arousal. Seen positively, seduction is a synonym for the act of charming someone — male or female — by an appeal to the senses, often with the goal of reducing unfounded fears and leading to their “sexual emancipation”.

Sexual seduction is a social principle that involves the process of purposely tempting a person into a particular act. it usually refers to the use of a person’s sexual behavior. In the bible, sexual seduction is first committed in the story of Adam and Eve. Humans were able to discover in the early stage that sexual seduction is very powerful.

In the Bible, Eve offered the forbidden fruit to Adam was a form of seduction.

So what is the process of the seduction? As most people agree that an unclothed person who has only arms or part of a shoulder jutting out from behind a shower curtain or is much more alluring than a completely uncovered nude. Just as the thinking parts of our brain enjoy intellectual problem solving, the visual system seems to enjoy discovering a hidden object.


This is about graduated hints, mental teasing, cognitive treasure hunts, sparking curiosity, etc. Things that engage the brain, because brains are turned on by puzzles, they are turned on by figuring things out.

A partly covered body is far more attractive than a completely naked body. Lingerie becomes one of the important elements in stimulating sexual fantasy. The function of lingerie ( to certain extend)  is developed to stimulate the subtle desire in men, to maintain or enhance the romance and erotic image they have in their mind. It is the so called Seduction Principle.


It is often felt in women’s magazines that a failed marriage may due to the lack of seductive attitude towards her husband. A completely naked body seems lack of charm and mystery than a partly covered body.

Whether you’re trying to get someone’s attention, keep their attention, motivate them to stick with something, or help them to learn more deeply and retain what they’ve learned, leave something for their brain to resolve. Do something to turn their brain on. That’s exactly what makes it so engaging.

In one of the issue of Scientific American Mind. The article  “The Neurology of Aesthetics” describe a series of “laws” of aesthetics and how they’re supported by what we know of the brain. This is known as Peekaboo ( partly reveal and party hidden). We do not want to show everything. We’re always trying to leave something to the reader/learner/observer’s imagination. Something for them to fill in. The brain needs to figure it out, and enjoys the experience. Evolution has seen to it that the very act of searching for the hidden object is enjoyable.

That is why all the toddles enjoy playing  “peekaboo” with the adult with covering their eyes? The trick is the mysterious image behind that arouse the interest.

How many of you admitted that you are curious about what is there underneath the covered body part? In some of the cultural practice, the original purpose of covering certain part of your body in the name of morality has aroused the biggest interest in it. It’s the curiosity!

In the psychoanalysis, the skin flashing is more erotic than “the staging of an appearance-as-disappearance”. The Law of Seduction is the celebration of the secret power of discovery — The peekaboo effect. The thinking process behind the “peekaboo” is far more like a difficult puzzles and intellectual challenges, it arouse people wanting the next level of involvement. The enhancement of curiosity to discover the parts that are hidden is downright irresistible.

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