Pamela Anderson (Pamela Anderson) in London’s Covent Garden Hotel (Covent Garden Hotel) two floor seats said: “we need to let more people to wear Cheap Sexy Lingerie. “People need to relax.”
The actress, model and activist are discussing her new joint underwear series in the city, Pamela Loves Coco de Mer. Although this cooperation is often accompanied by manic costumes, the cooperation marks the first time Anderson, 50 year old, put his name on a set of Cheap Sexy Lingerie.
Although she has been a loyal supporter of the brand, she is known for her avant-garde and elegant underwear. But until a year ago, Anderson and Anderson Coco der Mer general manager Lucy Livac (Lucy Litwack) brand London shop.
“I think I have everything,” Anderson admits, “maybe there are two things. “When I met Lucy, it was like a game in the sky because the brand was me. We talked about my way of modeling the Icon series, but we also talked about my own collection. ”
Inspired by the glamour of 50s and 60s, this collaboration salutes the film stars like Brigitte Bardot. It means fun, sexy and complex. The towering tights on the thighs refer to the Baywatch’s Anderson’s iconic red swimsuit. Each of the products in the series emphasizes a woman’s natural curve, which, according to Anderson, means anyone can wear it.
“I’m waiting for the right time, because I don’t have to do something that is very popular and cheap,” Anderson said, designing women’s underwear. “I want to do something elegant and suitable for everyone, but in the middle. The quality is really good. It’s a perfect match, because the brand is naughty and sexy. I’m a bit twisted, they are a bit twisted. ”
For Anderson, the collection is to help women embrace their own sex. Before, she was in the “Valentine’s Day” and Icon’s campaign starring Rankin short.
Anderson said, “my mother and my aunt always encourage me to enjoy it like this. “I like I can be a part of someone else. But it all starts with yourself and feels good to yourself. To keep love alive will really save the world. “It’s really important to have such a spark,” she said with a smile.
For Anderson, the series feels like a logical next step, like Cheap Sexy Lingerie as a child. When she had just arrived in Losangeles and began to work for the “playboy”, she found the possibility of underwear in the wardrobe in the magazine’s wardrobe, urged by Hugh Hefner. She admits, “I hardly wear clothes. “Hef once told my child,” your mother can’t afford to buy clothes when they get here. “They have this big wardrobe and, of course, a lot of underwear. It’s fun to play – it’s like dressing up. Stockings, garters and I’ve never heard of that, I went to dandy. I want to encourage this. ”
Now, Anderson has gone from fashion to politics and social activities to filmmaking (“I don’t know what I want to be when I grow up”). Her works are numerous in her works. Werner Herzog (Werner Herzog), a German filmmaker known for his documentary, is currently playing a story for her.
Anderson even thought about guiding his films in the near future. She walked to the back of the camera and shot at the son of ODDA magazine, Dylan, hoping to do more as soon as possible. But activism is still her main focus, especially animal rights. She is optimistic about the progress made by the fashion industry in environmental issues and the use of fur, and the recent Gucci fur ban is an example.
Anderson also recently sent a fake fur coat and letter to the first lady of the United States, Melania Trump, asking for a better example for her. “It doesn’t mean I’m a supporter of Trump,” Anderson said. “I think as a first lady, she can have a lot of influence. I wish she would never wear fur, which she did not have since we talked. I’m going to send this to Kim (Kardashian). These are positive ways [create change]: Send a person’s gift and talk about it. You let them think about it. “