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About Hanky Panky

Over 30 years ago, in 1977, designer Gale Epstein created a hand-made lingerie set for her friend, Lida Orzeck, crafted out of embroidered handkerchiefs. The original designs were the inspiration for the company name, Hanky Panky. Blending traditional with modern glam looks, Hanky Panky is a fashion favorite of countless celebrities.

Made in America

Labor Day is an outgrowth of the late 19th century labor movement, and the first Monday of September retains its central character as a day of national tribute to the contributions that American workers make to the prosperity of our … Continue reading

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Design Revolution

The Hanky Panky thong revolutionized the thong market. They did an amazing thing by creating a thong that looks really pretty and is amazingly comfortable.—Hope Greenberg, former Fashion Director of Lucky Magazine What I loved most about working at the … Continue reading

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And The Undie Award for Favorite Thong Goes To . . .

Hanky Panky’s Cotton with a Conscience® Original Rise Thong is the proud winner of the 2014 Undie Award for Favorite Thong. One or more Hanky Panky thongs or panties have won the Undie Award every year since the award’s inception … Continue reading

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The BARE Minimum: Why the Godiva Thong is a Must-Have For Your Wardrobe

A panty line is a powerful thing, enough to make or break an outfit no matter how great that outfit looks. Sure, there are already quite a few “invisible” panties out there, but none of them have tapped into two … Continue reading

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Get the Look: Hair + Make-Up by Dyana for L.A.M.B. X Hanky Panky InStyle Ad

NYC-based hair and make-up artist Dyana Nematallah is the genius behind the gorgeous advertisement for L.A.M.B. X Hanky Panky in the August 2014 issue of InStyle magazine. L.A.M.B. X Hanky Panky is an exclusive design collaboration between Gwen Stefani’s clothing line, L.A.M.B., and … Continue reading

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As American as Hanky Panky

We shall try to round off our picture of the entrepreneur . . . by analysing the characteristic motive of his conduct. . . .There is the joy of creating, of getting things done, or of simply exercising one’s energy … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Wear Your Signature Lace Bralette

Two of my favorite pop icons of all time—Rihanna and Madonna—have more in common than stadium voices, tough-and-tender lyrics, and wicked dance moves: they both taught generations of women how to meld personal style and kewl into new classics. Specifically, … Continue reading

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Introducing Mahogany BARE!

Hanky Panky is happy to announce a new addition to the palette of neutral hues available in our beloved invisible BARE panties—Mahogany! This rich chocolate tone rounds out our neutral palette and offers colors to blend with most skin-tones. So, … Continue reading

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Trend Alert! City Dwellers and Civilians Wearing Camouflage

Ask a Horned Leaf Chameleon, or Peeta Mellark of The Hunger Games, and they will tell you that, when it comes to camouflage, blending in is the name of the game. But ask fashion designers Anna Sui or Tibi, or the Beauty … Continue reading

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In the Works: A Film Adaptation of Edwidge Danticat’s Short Story, “Caroline’s Wedding”

Easmanie Michel, a filmmaker and graduate student in Cinema Studies at NYU/TISCH, has secured the rights to make a film based on the short story “Caroline’s Wedding,” by award-winning Haitian American writer Edwidge Danticat. After learning that Hanky Panky was one of … Continue reading

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