Tag Archives: Organic Cotton

Thong Diary: Romance isn’t Forever, but Hanky Panky is

Today’s entry into the Thong Diary comes from Hanky Panky fan, Cara, who discovered her love for Hanky Panky through a former flame: About 11 years ago, my boyfriend at the time was traveling out of town for work. He … Continue reading

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Hanky Panky x Zkano

You know what we love? Comfort. After all, we are the people responsible for “The World’s Most Comfortable Thong®.” We also love goods that are organic, ethically and locally sourced, and work hard to create product for our wonderful customers … Continue reading

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Sustainability Chic

From Gale Epstein’s very first designs made from up-cycled handkerchiefs, sustainability has been central to Hanky Panky’s design process. Local sourcing and manufacturing keep our carbon footprint small, and our organically-grown Supima® Cotton with a Conscience® collection continues the tradition. … Continue reading

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New Styles and Colors Added to Hanky Panky’s Plus Size Collection for Spring 2014!

We’re happy to announce even more new styles and colors have been added to Hanky Panky’s Spring 2014 Plus Size Collection! New Styles for Spring 2014 The biggest news is the addition of our best-selling Signature Lace V-kini panty in plus sizes! … Continue reading

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Cotton and Sustainability

It’s important for fashion and clothing companies to think through the consequences of their supply chain’s effects on the environment and human safety. More consumers are taking notice and are willing to spend a bit more for ethically and sustainably made clothing. … Continue reading

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