Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Would You Wear This Lingerie?

The lingerie design competition at Tokyo's Bunka Fashion College included many zany 3D entries that often looked more like a pop star's stage costumes than underwear.
The theme for this one is "Tetra," which must refer to the shape of the red things stuck to her bra and panties. The black gloves are a nice touch.
The theme for this one is "Tetra," which must refer to the shape of the red things stuck to her bra and panties. The black gloves are a nice touch.
(Reuters / KIM KYUNG-HOON)

This one is called "Angels and Demons." I would just call it "Bird."

This one is called "Angels and Demons." I would just call it "Bird."
(Reuters / KIM KYUNG-HOON)

This set is inspired by traditional Japanese armor and helmets.

This set is inspired by traditional Japanese armor and helmets.
(Reuters / KIM KYUNG-HOON)

This take on the "Ouroboros Motif" involves an eye over the crotch.

This take on the "Ouroboros Motif" involves an eye over the crotch.
(Getty Images / YOSHIKAZU TSUNO)
(Reuters / KIM KYUNG-HOON)

The "stained glass" motif almost feels tame.

The "stained glass" motif almost feels tame.
(Getty Images / YOSHIKAZU TSUNO)

This creation is called "DNA," because science and lingerie don't mix often enough.

This creation is called "DNA," because science and lingerie don't mix often enough.
(Reuters / KIM KYUNG-HOON)

This winning design was simply called "Junction."

This winning design was simply called "Junction."
(Getty Images / YOSHIKAZU TSUNO)

The winner, Aya Furuya, will go to the world championships in Shanghai in October.

The winner, Aya Furuya, will go to the world championships in Shanghai in October.
(Getty Images / YOSHIKAZU TSUNO)

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