For a product traditionally “made for ladies”, lingerie has historically not been kind to women. The hurtful and harmful “standards” in the industry range from the obvious, like deliberately-restrictive sizing and designs, and unethical and unsustainable production methods, to the slightly-more-subtle lack of representation of women of colour, queer, transgender, non-binary, disabled, and otherwise marginalized women. Thankfully, there are brands with a strong sense of social purpose that are out to change that world, in gorgeous lingerie, no less. Here are 10 lingerie companies you’ll feel good about slipping into.
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Knix (introducing the Thigh Saver)
Rebirth Garments (making underwear accessible)
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Everlane (transparent about their production)
Toni Marlow (defying gender norms)
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