Category Archives: Travel

Honeymoon Checklist: Paris

Fodor’s recently named Paris, France the #1 destination for Fall honeymoons. Freedom fries aside, I have to agree that nothing is more romantic than consuming 5,000 calories a day in croissants, steak and wine, walking it off at the 1,700+ … Continue reading

Posted in After Midnight, Hanky Panky Products, International, Travel, Uncategorized, Wedding | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Enter to Win a Romantic Caribbean Getaway from Hanky Panky and Sandals Resorts!

Hanky Panky & Sandals Resorts want to send you and your LOVE on a Romantic Getaway! Enter here to win a 4-day, 3-night Luxury Included® Vacation  for two to any Sandals Resort of your choice stocked with a suitcase full of new Hanky … Continue reading

Posted in Contests, Promotions and Specials, Travel, Uncategorized | Comments Off

Hanky Panky on Display at the Missouri History Museum!

Hanky Panky is honored to be included in the Missouri History Museum’s current lingerie-themed costume exhibition, Underneath It All. This exhibition explores the undergarments required to create the fashionable silhouettes of the late eighteenth through twenty-first centuries. As a lingerie designer and … Continue reading

Posted in Fashion History, Travel, Uncategorized | Comments Off

Vacation Time–Pack Light!

Summer days are here again, so we’ve put together a yummy list of our top Hanky Panky summer retreat essentials, from sweet neutrals to electric neons—everything you need for sunny days and cool summer nights!   1. Disappearing Act: Wearing all white … Continue reading

Posted in Fashion Trends, Hanky Panky Products, Travel, Uncategorized | Comments Off

Trekking for Mountain Gorillas

There are about 700 mountain gorillas in the world, all of whom live in the forests of Rwanda and Burundi. If you wish to have the privilege of visiting them you must pay $500 for a permit plus the cost … Continue reading

Posted in Philanthropy, Travel, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

RWANDA : The Land of 1000 Hills

  The drive from Kigali to Ruhengeri, the location of National Volcano Forest, the home of the mountain gorillas, exposed the green beauty of the Reandan countryside. Every inch of the Rwandan mountains is cultivated into fields of potatoes, beans, … Continue reading

Posted in Philanthropy, Travel | Comments Off

Kigali Hospitals

Kibagabaga Hosp is the least well-funded facility in Kigali. Today, we had reason to visit a better equipped district hospital, Muhima, and an even more superior hospital , King Faisal, where financial means will indeed secure  nearly Western style health … Continue reading

Posted in Health and Fitness, Philanthropy, Travel, What's Happening at Hanky Panky | Comments Off

The Rwandan Genocide: “let’s learn from our history to shape a bright future”

Internecine strife in 1994 between Tutsis and Hutus led to a horrific episode in the unrest-pocked history of Rwanda. The genocide is explained in the exhibit at the Genocide Memorial Museum in Kigali and powerfully depicted in the Nyamata Church 30 kilometers … Continue reading

Posted in Philanthropy, Travel, Uncategorized, What's Happening at Hanky Panky | Comments Off


I am in Kigali, Rwanda with the International Organization for Women’s Development, a medical humanitarian organization that travels thrice yearly to this country to address a problem that affects women in many parts of the world—obstetric fistula. Women with this … Continue reading

Posted in Health and Fitness, Philanthropy, Travel, Uncategorized, What's Happening at Hanky Panky | Comments Off

2 Days in Amsterdam

Bicycles, cold, red light, concentric canals lined by stately but narrow buildings, Anne Frank puts us into rainy mood in rainy weather—bikes—look out!—shop, coffee, bikes and more coffee. Rijkmuseum and dreamy Vermeers, walk, walk, walk, poffertjes (also dreamy), where have … Continue reading

Posted in Arts & Culture, Travel, Uncategorized | Comments Off