Hanky Panky Supports The Pink Agenda

For the second year running, Hanky Panky is one of the leading corporate donors to The Pink Agenda, a not-for-profit organization that funds breast cancer research and patient care and raises awareness of the disease among young professionals.

Photo by Michael Blanchard, courtesy of The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

The three women who founded The Pink Agenda in 2007 (left to right): Liana Douillet Guzman, Jaquelyn Scharnick and Marisa Renee Lee. Photo by Michael Blanchard, courtesy of The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Pink Agenda was founded in 2007 by Liana Douillet Guzman, Jaquelyn Scharnick and Marisa Renee Lee, who have professional backgrounds in finance, government, and legal marketing. The Pink Agenda’s founders understood just how much young professionals have to offer in the fight against breast cancer: the disposable income to be individual donors and, more importantly, the networking and organizational skills for large-scale fundraising.

The Pink Agenda’s focus on young professionals makes them a natural fit for Hanky Panky, which has a loyal (some would say cult) following among professional women of all ages.

The Pink Agenda’s research grants fund clinical and/or translational breast cancer research projects vetted by The Breast Cancer Research Foundation’s board of scientific advisors. The Pink Agenda also works with the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Program for Young Women with Breast Cancer, which focuses on the unique needs of young women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.

Click here to purchase tickets to The Pink Agenda’s annual fundraising gala on Friday, October 16th in NYC. We’ll see you there!

Clara

 

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Everything retro is new again

High Waist Silhouettes on the Runway

High Waist Silhouettes on the Runway. From left: Milly a/w 2015, Missoni a/w 2015, Stella McCartney a/w 2015, Jil Sander Navy a/w 2015, Tsumori Chisato a/w 2015. All photographs courtesy of WGSN.

For the last few years, fashionable waistlines have been moving on up to the natural waist. Our retro lace collection is perfect under stylish high-waist trousers, culottes, skirts, and jumpsuits, and has been steadily growing in popularity.

Hanky Panky Retro Lace Bralette and Thong in Electric Purple

Retro Lace Bralette and Thong in Electric Purple

Introduced in 2008, the retro thong was a radical departure from the ultra-low-rise panties widely available at the time. Always a fashion innovator, Hanky Panky co-founder and creative director Gale Epstein knew that “what goes down, must come up,” and had the Retro Thong ready for fashionable women to wear under the changing styles to come. Now that the high-waist silhouette is an established trend, the Retro Thong’s appeal continues to grow, and it is available in a variety of prints and colors, in one size to fit women who wear sizes 0-12, and one size plus to fit women who wear sizes 14-24.

Hanky Panky Retro Lace V-kini in Fig

Retro Lace V-kini in Fig

For women who prefer a little more coverage, the Retro Lace V-kini is ideal. It features full back coverage, stay-put elastic on the legs and the high spandex content of the wide waistband hugs your tummy for light support, without binding or cutting in. Available in sizes S to 3X.

Hanky Panky Retro Lace Hot Pant

Retro Lace Hot Pant

The Retro Lace Hot Pant gives the perfect amount of coverage under skirts and dresses. Available in black or chai, in sizes S to XL.

Hanky Panky Retro Lace Camisole & Thong in Chai

Retro Lace Camisole & Thong in Chai

New for Fall 2015, the Retro Lace Camisole looks great under a sheer top or blazer. Its shorter, 21″ length makes it perfect for pairing with fashionable high-waist trousers or a pencil skirts. Available in black or chai, in sizes S to L.

Hanky Panky Chloe Print Retro Bralette and Retro V-kini

Chloe Print Retro Bralette and Retro V-kini

The Retro Lace Bralette is a versatile and comfortable wire-free bra. Its soft and stretchy lace supports A to C cups best. Available in sizes XS (32A-C), S (34A-C), M (36A-C), and L (38A-C).

What’s your favorite way to wear Retro Lace? Let us know in the comments!

–Larissa, Senior Designer

 

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Fall Trend: Bohemian Beauty

Folk Floral, Hanky Panky's new print for Fall, is inspired by traditional Eastern European embroidery.

Folk Floral, Hanky Panky’s new print for Fall, is inspired by traditional Eastern European embroidery like this work from Hungary. Annto/Shutterstock

Women’s Wear Daily, French Vogue and PopSugar have all called it, so it must be true—folk is now high fashion.

Folk on the runway (from the left): Creatures of the Wind Spring/Summer 2016; Derek Lam Spring/Summer 2016; Valentino Resort 2016. Photographs courtesy of WGSN.

Folk on the runway (from the left): Creatures of the Wind Spring/Summer 2016; Derek Lam Spring/Summer 2016; Valentino Resort 2016. Photographs courtesy of WGSN.

Folk Floral, a new Hanky Panky print for Fall ’15, is “a stripe inspired by traditional Eastern European embroidery,” says Senior Designer Larissa. In this complex print, romantic florals alternate with geometric and scrolling patterns reminiscent of blackwork, an embroidery technique dating back to 13th century Islamic Egypt.

Hanky Panky Folk Floral Basic Cami ($59), Cheeky Hipster ($38), and Thong ($24). Available on hankypanky.com.

Hanky Panky Folk Floral Basic Cami ($59), Cheeky Hipster ($38), and Thong ($24). Available on hankypanky.com.

Clara

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Coo coo cachoo, Mrs. Robinson

Animal print lingerie is Seduction 101. Take a page out of Mrs. Robinson's book and catch your heart's desire.

Seduction 101: animal print lingerie. Take a page out of Mrs. Robinson’s book and snare your prey.

Why is animal print lingerie synonymous with sex?

When I set out to tackle this profound question, Hanky Panky Senior Designer Larissa suggested I re-watch Mike Nichols’ 1967 film, The Graduate, paying particular attention to Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft)’s clothes.

Turns out Mrs. Robinson wears animal prints in no fewer than six scenes: a tiger print dress to Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman)’s graduation party; a leopard print bra and slip underneath the dress, which Ben helps to unzip; a leopard fur coat to their rendez-vous at a hotel bar; a giraffe print skirt in the hotel room; a zebra skin lounge throw over her legs at home when Ben comes to call on her daughter, Elaine; and a leopard fur-trimmed jacket and pillbox hat to Elaine’s church wedding.

Hanky Panky's Zebra and Leopard Nouveau prints for lace.

Hanky Panky’s Zebra and Leopard Nouveau prints for lace. Available in a multitude of silhouettes and styles, petite to plus and every size in between, on hankypanky.com.

In her hunter and grazer animal prints, Mrs. Robinson is both predator and prey, as trapped as Ben in banal suburbia, even if her own poor choices put her there (a romp in the back of a car with a silly man, an unplanned pregnancy, an abandoned art degree, and alcohol, cigarettes, passionless sex, and beautiful clothes to fill the emptiness). Their affair transforms Ben from an angsty boy to a resourceful man who will stop at nothing to get the woman he wants (Mrs. Robinson’s daughter, alas, not Mrs. Robinson herself). Seduction, it seems, is not enough to bag the game.

Glenn Morris in Tarzan's Revenge (1938), directed by D. Ross Lederman.

Glenn Morris in Tarzan’s Revenge (1938), directed by D. Ross Lederman.

But even without cultural references, nothing says Call of the Wild like animal print lingerie. As we know from PBS’s Nature series, or from taking Fido or Fifi to the dog park, other mammals are happy to do it in the open (on camera even). Does donning animal prints help us check societal inhibitions at the bedroom door? Do we assume the characteristics of a leopard when we wear her spots (most importantly, hand-eye coordination)?

Audrey Hepburn wears a leopard print hat by Givenchy in Charade (1968), directed by Stanley Donen.

The fairest of them all. Audrey Hepburn in a leopard fur Givenchy hat in Stanley Donen’s laugh-out-loud and oh so romantic comedy, Charade (1968). Available under a CC-SA 3.0 license.

All partying aside, the best thing about animal print lingerie may be its visual impact. Could any human-made pattern ever rival what Nature has produced on the coats of leopards, jaguars, tigers, zebras and giraffes? The striking look of animal prints, as much as their sexual connotations, is responsible for their being what one fashion writer called “an oxymoronic ‘trendy classic’.”

Clara

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Hanky Panky Goes Back to School

Lida (Barnard '68) with Esti Herman's daughters, one of whom is Barnard Class of 2018.

Lida Orzeck, Barnard ’68 and co-founder and CEO of Hanky Panky Ltd., with her friend Esti Herman’s daughters, one of whom is Barnard Class of 2018, at The Barnard Store. 

What is Convocation and how does it differ from Commencement? As a first-time Trustee of Barnard College, I agreed to attend Convocation this year and now I know that Convocation formally opens the academic year. Anyone familiar with the English language would assume that’s what Commencement is for, but they would be wrong!

I was quite moved by the event as I sweated in the requisite polyester robe. Dr. Dara Richardson-Heron, Barnard alum and CEO of the national YWCA USA, gave a riveting and meaningful keynote address.

With a little bit of time to kill before the start of the 50th anniversary gala of Columbia University’s Double Discovery Center—as an undergraduate at Barnard, I worked with the program’s high school students shortly after DDC, then known as Project Double Discovery, was founded in 1965—I visited The Barnard Store where they sell Hanky Panky thongs and boyshorts in the school colors of blue and white, which we emblazon with “BARNARD” in crystals.

Hanky Panky rolled "BARNARD" boyshorts and thongs at The Barnard Store.

Hanky Panky rolled “BARNARD” boyshorts and thongs at The Barnard Store.

Two alums (Ashley Putnam ’06 and Tracy Rodriguez ’01) and Hanky Panky regulars were at the Hanky Panky display making their selections and squealed with excitement when I identified myself. We were itching to make that instant connection via the Hanky Panky Handshake ™ but, alas, we were all wearing dresses. The revelry continued because, at the same time, Noa Herman (Barnard ’18), daughter of our dear friend, Esti Herman, walked into the store with her sister. Barnard Store employees, Barnard students Ashley and Christina, joined in—everyone wanted a selfie with me!

I don’t remember school being this much fun!

Lida

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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+ dealer flea market in St.-Ouen de Clignancourt, and spending more than one can afford on cut flowers at the marché-aux-fleurs.

Honeymoon Checklist: Paris Food Lover's Guide to Paris by Patricia Wells, Antique Flea Markets of London and Paris by Egle Salvy, English-to-French dictionary, Breton stripe sweater, dark jeans, ballet flats, tisane of orange and rosewater or mint, Hanky Panky 8-Day Thong Pack, Lady Catherine robe, ouvert panties, Charade with Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant

Who hasn’t dreamt of romance in Paris? Or shopping in Paris? Thank heavens the two are not mutually exclusive.

If, while in France you want to do as the French do and dress well, from your skivvies to your beret, don’t forget to pack something lacy and racy along with your Michelin map.

Hanky Panky Lady Catherine Collection: Silk chemise ($72), BARE brief ($45), silk robe ($295), leg garter ($27), bralette ($79), cheeky hipster ($59), and low rise thong ($35). Available on hankypanky.com.

The Hanky Panky Lady Catherine Collection. From the left: Silk chemise ($72), BARE brief ($45), silk robe ($295), leg garter ($27), bralette ($79), cheeky hipster ($59), and low rise thong ($35). Available on hankypanky.com.

 

Nothing spices up a honeymoon like Hanky Panky After Midnight. From the left: Signature Lace Peek-a-Boo Bralette ($48), Signature Lace Open Gusset Cheeky Hipster in Leopard Nouveau ($35), and Naughty & Nice ($42), which includes two Signature Lace Open Gusset Low Rise Thongs, one in Black and the other in Leopard Nouveau. Available on hankypanky.com.

Nothing spices up a honeymoon like Hanky Panky After Midnight®. From the left: Signature Lace Peek-a-Boo Bralette ($48), Signature Lace Open Gusset Cheeky Hipster in Leopard Nouveau ($35), and Naughty & Nice pack of one Signature Lace Low Rise Thong in Black and one Signature Lace Open Gusset Thong in Leopard Nouveau ($42). Available on hankypanky.com.

Bon voyage lovers!

Clara

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A soigné way of dressing: the bodysuit

“Clothes can and should be beautiful, but they only work if you want to wear them in your everyday life.”—Donna Karan, My Journey. New York: Ballantine Books (2015)

Donna Karan did not invent the bodysuit, but she did teach a generation of American women that a good bodysuit is the foundation of elegant and easy dressing.

Hanky Panky BARE Bodysuit

From the design studio to the board room, our new BARE bodysuit is the perfect concealer under sheer shirts. $72 on hankypanky.com. Budding designer Anna McCann wears the BARE bodysuit in Taupe under a vintage Hanky Panky sheer mesh embroidered tank, and a vintage Hanky Panky purple mesh mock turtleneck.

Karan’s first collection as an independent designer, in 1985, wowed the fashion industry and consumers alike. Karan’s idea was that, with “seven easy pieces,” all of which worked together interchangeably to create multiple outfits, professional women could dress without stress in outfits that worked equally well in the office and at the theater. As the New York Times’ renowned fashion writer, Carrie Donovan, said at the time, “It is a soigne way of dressing.” The bodysuit was the foundation of Karan’s collection. When she showed her first line to industry mavens and department store buyers in May 1985, Karan dressed the models in bodysuits and heels:

Inspired by an interactive exhibit by Jonathan Borofsky at the Whitney Museum, I had all the models lounging on different platforms in nothing but bodysuits. When everyone was seated, the girls started getting dressed, adding layer upon layer. The clothes came alive right in front of the audience. Donna Karan, My Journey

Hanky Panky Love Me Back Bodysuit

A creative girl can get “day to night” looks from Hanky Panky’s new Love Me Back bodysuit, which is made of mesh and “wet look” jersey. $84 on hankypanky.com

The tricky thing about bodysuits, in my experience, is that they are rarely comfortable below the belt. When I was 14 years old, I “borrowed” a Donna Karan bodysuit from my mother’s wardrobe, ready to take the 8th grade by storm. Unfortunately, I spent the day picking my wedgie, ruining my attempt at adult sophistication.

Who better to solve this dilemma than Hanky Panky, makers of The World’s Most Comfortable Thong®? This year, we introduced two new bodysuits to the line—the Classic Bodysuit in Signature Lace and the BARE Bodysuit—both of which have low leg openings to ensure they stay put (read: no wedgie). Senior Designer Larissa notes that these bodysuits also avoid panty lines and protect the wearer’s modesty under both short skirts and low rise pants. And all Hanky Panky bodysuits have Supima® cotton gusset linings, making them healthy, as well as comfortable, to wear without underwear.

Clara

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Hanky Panky History: A Lingerie Timeline

Lida Orzeck & Gale Epstein, c. 1973

The best partnerships grow out of friendships. Hanky Panky co-founders Lida Orzeck & Gale Epstein, c. 1973

One of the things many people are surprised about is how long Hanky Panky has been in business. In fact, today marks our 38th anniversary!

Here is a brief timeline featuring a few of Hanky Panky’s greatest hits and milestones.

1977: Hanky Panky’s first designs introduced—a bralette and bikini, made from hand-embroidered handkerchiefs. These styles are now part of the permanent collection of the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

1977: Hanky Panky’s first designs introduced—a bralette and bikini, made from hand-embroidered handkerchiefs. These styles are now part of the permanent collection of the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

April 9, 1978: Hanky Panky’s original cotton handkerchief lingerie photographed by Skrebneski for the Chicago Tribune.

April 9, 1978: Hanky Panky’s original cotton handkerchief lingerie photographed by Skrebneski for the Chicago Tribune.

 

1979: the Hanky Panky shoulder pad undershirt is introduced. In 1984, the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art accessioned two examples of this innovative style into its collection.

Henri Bendel Catalogue, c.1980

Henri Bendel Catalogue, c.1980

Hanky Panky stretch lace shoulder pad undershirt. c.1984

Hanky Panky stretch lace shoulder pad undershirt. c.1984

 

1986: Hanky Panky’s innovative 4811 one size lace thong is introduced and due to its fit, beauty, practicality and comfort, quickly becomes a best-selling style.

Hanky Panky's Iconic Lace Thong was Introduced in 1986

Hanky Panky’s Iconic Lace Thong was Introduced in 1986

 

August 1987: Hanky Panky’s stretch lace teddy photographed by Steven Meisel for VOGUE.

Hanky Panky Bodysuit. Vogue, August 1987, 363

Hanky Panky Bodysuit. Vogue, August 1987

 

 January 2004: Hanky Panky’s signature rolled packaging introduced. The candy-like packaging and countertop display expanded Hanky Panky’s presence beyond lingerie shops and into ready-to-wear boutiques, spas, department stores, and even vending machines!

Hanky Panky Rolled Thong Display

Hanky Panky Rolled Thong Display

 

June 18, 2004: Hanky Panky’s thongs are featured on the front page of The Wall Street Journal, introducing Hanky Panky’s one-size lace thongs to a wider audience. The 4811 Original Rise and 4911 Low Rise become fashion staples, and inspire countless imitations at every price point.

Hanky Panky thongs featured in The Wall Street Journal, June 18, 2004, A1

The Wall Street Journal, June 18, 2004

 

2007: Hanky Panky launches Petite and Plus Sizes, with the introduction of 4911XS and 4811X.

Hanky Panky Petite and Plus Sized Thongs

Hanky Panky Petite and Plus Sized Thongs

 

November 19, 2009: Hanky Panky launches e-commerce at HankyPanky.com

HankyPanky.com, December 2009

HankyPanky.com, December 2009

 

Fall 2010: Hanky Panky After Midnight® collection of risqué lingerie debuts. Co-founder Lida Orzeck said of the collection, “We’re working on extending our popular signature lace fabric into a sexier collection of lingerie called ‘After Midnight’, and we wanted to see what would happen if we pushed the envelope a little further.”

Hanky Panky After Midnight®

Hanky Panky After Midnight®

 

Spring 2012: Hanky Panky introduces Hanky Panky BARE invisible panties. Made from a unique second-skin jersey from Italy, Hanky Panky BARE panties are ultra-lightweight, smooth, and disappear under the clingiest fashions without sacrificing Hanky Panky’s signature fit, quality and comfort.

Hanky Panky BARE

Hanky Panky BARE

January 2015: Hanky Panky introduces their signature fragrance, Hanky Panky Eau de Parfum. Of the fragrance, co-founder Gale Epstein said, “Hanky Panky Eau de Parfum is an extension of Hanky Panky—fresh, flirty, and comfortable. I wanted to create a fragrance that complements the intimacy of lingerie, a classic signature fragrance made from the finest ingredients.”

Hanky Panky Eau de Parfum

Hanky Panky Eau de Parfum, available in a 1.7 oz spray ($70) and a .20 oz rollerball ($25) on hankypanky.com.

 So, what does the future hold for Hanky Panky? Wait and find out!

-Larissa, Senior Designer

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On Trend: Summer 2015

This summer’s prints for Signature Lace evoke bright bouquets, yachting holidays and starry nights, inspired by the season and these runway looks:

Runway inspiration for summer prints

From the top left: Oscar de la Renta Spring/Summer 2015; Naeem Khan Spring/Summer 2015; Diane von Furstenberg Spring/Summer 2015; Media Spring/Summer 2015; (boots) Anna Sui Spring/Summer 2015. Photographs courtesy of WGSN.

 

Summer Prints

Hanky Panky’s summer prints are a “shore thing.” Left and right: Anchor Stripe Signature Lace Racerback Camisole and Brazilian Bikini; Anchor Stripe Triangle Bralette and Cheeky Hipster. Middle: Hibiscus Signature Lace Classic Camisole and Boyshort. Available on hankypanky.com.

Summer floral prints

Hanky Panky summer floral prints for lace. Left and right: Colorburst Signature Lace Basic Camisole and Low Rise Thong; Colorburst Crossover Bralette and Boyshort. Middle: Fleur Dot Retro Bralette and Retro Thong. Available on hankypanky.com.

The color palette for our seasonal Signature Lace solids is bright and sporty.  Vibrant colors like like Mango Tango and Tropical Punch evoke lush summer fruit and just beg to be color blocked.

Summer Palette

Hanky Panky’s summer color palette is bright and sporty. Signature Lace colors include Mango Tango, Island Blue, Tropical Punch and Hot Fuchsia. Available on hankypanky.com.

Runway inspiration for summer color palette.

Runway inspiration for Hanky Panky’s summer color palette. From the left: Lucas Nascimento Spring/Summer 2015; Lacoste Spring/Summer 2015; Marissa Webb Spring/Summer 2015; Ralph Lauren Spring/Summer 2015. Photographs courtesy of WGSN.

We’re sending summer off in style now through the Labor Day weekend at hankypanky.com.

Clara

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Thong Diary: Hanky Panky in the Dog Park

The Hanky Panky Handshake™

The Hanky Panky Handshake™

Recently, Hanky Panky’s stellar Sample Room Manager and dog-lover, Luis, had an experience that was unique for him but which is one we women-of-the-Hanky-Panky-sisterhood enjoy regularly. While walking Chairman of the Board (and standard poodle), Henree, in nearby Madison Square Park, Luis was asked by a tourist from Chicago if she could pet Henree and after that Luis and the tourist fell into conversation. Luis divulged where he worked and the devoted Hanky Panky fan he just happened to run into talked so animatedly about her love of the brand and the breadth of our styles in her lingerie drawer that her husband had to move away in embarrassment. For the Hanky Panky Handshake to be performed according to its definition, it must take place between wearers of Hanky Panky product. I can assure you no trademark rules were broken when this photo was taken!

Lida, Co-Founder & CEO, Hanky Panky

Do you have a Hanky Panky story you’d like to share? Submit it to thongdiary@hankypanky.com. If it is featured in the diary, we will send you a complimentary gift!

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