HOUSE OF SASSI has been spending the weekend at the MODA Lingerie and Swimwear Exhibition in Birmingham (August 14-16), all in the name of a very special, and truly amazing new brand: beingU.
Ladies, it’s time to embrace being yourselves, whatever your size, shape or skin tone! beingU is the lingerie brand that encourages women everywhere to love who they are, in gorgeous undies designed for darker skin tones. Every woman can feel sexy, sassy and beautiful in this fabulous, high-end range of pieces which are designed to fit a wide variety of different shapes. The range also has specially formulated briefs which are cleverly designed to be a ‘bottom for the bra’!
The collection has been launched in style at MODA this weekend, with a stand showcasing beingU’s debut collections: the Teen, Core and Premium ranges. This August’s MODA is set to be the biggest one yet, with fashion shows, parties, and stalls showcasing thousands of lingerie and swimwear brands!
It’s been a hectic few days, but launching at MODA is a fantastic opportunity to show the world what beingU is all about!
For more details on how we’re getting on at MODA, and for more info about the brand, visit the website: www.beingu.me
Chris Brown is all about the big name collaborations these days: recently, he’s teamed up with Benny Benassi, Lil Wayne, Busta Rhymes, and Twista. In keeping with this theme, Chris has teamed up with current king of teen pop, Justin Bieber, on new single Ladies Love Me, a followup to their recent collaboration Next to You.
Premiered on Youtube last week, the single features both Chris and Bieber rapping, and features some sample lyrics from previous single Look At Me Now, in which Chris teamed up with Weezy and Busta. Surprisingly, Bieber isn’t actually too bad at rapping. Still a controversial choice, not quite in keeping with Chris Brown’s more mature image.
HOUSE OF SASSI rates ‘Ladies Love Me’ at: 3/5
Wills and Kate weren’t the only royals to get hitched in style this year as Zara Philips said ‘I do’ to rugby royalty Mike Tindall, in a beautiful dress, designed by Stewart Parvin.
The gown had a full-length veil, and silk tulle straps with a concertina pattern, and Zara topped it off with the tiara previously worn by her mother, Princess Anne. Given that Zara’s trademark style has more of a tomboy edge, it was nice to see her dressed up and looking gorgeous as she walked down the aisle!
So how does this Royal Wedding Dress compare to Kate Middleton’s Sarah Burton spectacular? HOUSE OF SASSI rates Zara Philips’s beautiful and understated wedding dress: 4/5