It has taken no time at all for London to don itself in its Christmas best, and therefore kick off the festive frenzy. Alongside the holiday cheer, music, food, et al, everyone’s got Christmas lists on the brain.
So, fellas: I’m here to help you first. While lingerie tends to be one of the most popular gifts given to women in relationships, I feel that there are two very important things to consider before buying a lovely lady some lingerie:
1. Does she want lingerie? Some women love it, some women don’t. If it’s not ‘on her list’ or not something she would typically invest in, lingerie may be more of a gift for you than it is for her.
2. What kind of lingerie do you buy? In my opinion, lingerie should be classy and luxurious – especially when it is a gift. For me, nothing beats the quality and style of Agent Provocateur, hence my very handy Christmas gift ideas guide, below.
Every November since I was about seven years old, I have created an elaborate Christmas wish list. To be honest, it is probably one of my favourite ‘Christmas activities’, even if I don’t get a single item off of it!
Though you may know Kirsty Hume for her long, healthy blonde locks, for the latest Agent Provocateur campaign she has bright orange hair a la her 2008 shoot with V Magazine seen above.
Two years later, Kirsty is starring stars as Betty Sue, boldly showing off the lingerie brand’s latest offerings while taking inspiration from female protagonists from late 20th century films. Agent Provocateur’s Creative Director, Sarah Shotton, explains the Kirsty appeal, saying, “Kirsty became a top model in the 1990s. She represents our perfect woman, a woman with a family that oozes unbelievable intelligence, sensuality, personality and confidence. She has a film noir, feline quality to her that I felt had a brilliant synergy with Agent Provocateur.”
Some body-gorgeous ladies, who do not show their faces, strip down to their extremely sexy undies in a series of red-hot web videos for our favourite lingerie firm Agent Provocateur.
Eighteen short movies, which have been filmed with a grainy, home-made feel, are for the company’s latest viral campaign called Private Tapes. They appear on the AP’s website alongside links to purchase the revealing garments being modelled.
A spokeswoman said: “It is seductively voyeuristic experience, though the viewer is in no doubt that the woman is empowered and entirely in control of the recording.” See em here.