Sexy Babes & Hunks @ Fashion X-treme Lingerie Show

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Hi Huneybees,

Attended the Fashion X-treme Lingerie Show last week. It was held at ION Art Gallery, and I rushed over after the Tang + Co event.

Attended the event with buddy, Peiyun.
It was a glamorous night and we were given an exclusive preview of lingerie fashion, latest collections from La Senza, HOM, Triumph and Wacoal. The fact that it was held at the ION Art Gallery, it makes it all so glam and arty-farty.

*Note: Please see this as a piece of art* 

Was late, so this was the only Truimph models I caught.

A little drink to get us going...
La Senza lingerie on the female models and HOM for the male models.
La Senza is forever that young and quirky with play of different fabrics and prints, and definitely the Va-Va-Voom push for the extra cleavage.

The male models were all so hunky and I loved the interaction between the female and male models while introducing in between brands. I'm not very sure about the underwear for men. Would you guys wear prints and colours under your clothings?

Yipee! Then it was time for the final brand, Wacoal. So much thought has been put into their show and little props definitely add "glamourous" and "luxury" to their collection.



Love the details on this set of lingerie. The sheer fabric has butterflies and flowers on the back and the little show of skin at the bikini area, just screams "Come Hither!"

 I love the details on this corset. Makes one look so much more slimmer, I will definitely be just pairing this with a skirt for the wild night out!

These thick banded bras will definitely help "push in" all the unsightly fats, give you a full, flat, slim silouhetter.

I thought this model was the most gorgeous. She had such fair, radiant skin from head to toe and her eyes simply sparkle, especially when she's looking at my camera!

The Official Imaging Partner's Olympus and there were a few on display. They're so colourful and looking so fun to play with....

Anyone uses an Olympus camera? What's your review of it? 

P.S. More photos can be viewed here.


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