Australian lingerie label Honey Birdette is raising $30,000 for a breast cancer charity as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Designed by women with an aim to empower women, Honey Birdette is turning up the heat this October by selling hot pink stockings and a pink marshmallow candle to help reach the target, with proceeds raised going towards funding Australian breast cancer charity: the McGrath Foundation’s Breast Care Nurses.
An Australian luxury lingerie brand that the owners of the Playboy brand agreed to buy earlier this year, is looking to expand in London with new stores.
Retailer Honey Birdette’s founder Eloise Monaghan wants to secure two new London shops over the next 12 months, joining its two existing sites in the capital. It saw UK sales nearly double last year.
Her Instagram feed is littered with sizzling snaps of her jaw-dropping figure.
And despite always looking incredible in a number of racy lingerie sets, Rhian Sugden recently admitted to falling off the fitness bandwagon in an exclusive interview with MailOnline.
Simone Holtznagel is no stranger to setting pulses racing after appearing on the cover of Playboy magazine.
And the 28-year-old sizzled yet again on Thursday when she posed for racy lingerie brand Honey Birdette.
Honey Birdette, the Australian lingerie label, is raising $30,000 for breast cancer charity, the McGrath Foundation as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. With hot pink stockings and a pink marshmallow candle for sale, you can help the brand reach its target with proceeds raised going towards funding the charity’s Breast Care Nurses.
WHAT HAPPENS IF I TRY TO WEAR LATEX? Will I get stuck? Injured? Arrested?
I saw a pair of pink latex leggings from lingerie brand Honey Birdette. And I knew I had to wear them for a day during lockdown and document it? As a public service? Because real journalists investigate, and what needs to be investigated more urgently than this?