I started ActSensuous in 2001 fully realizing that pantyhose were on their last legs, having barely survived the 1990s and Sarah Jessica Parker’s TV and movie series, Sex and the City, universally recognized as the origin of the bare legs movement.
Honestly, I thought that was a fad that wouldn’t last. I couldn’t believe then that so many women throughout the world would jump on that bandwagon and ditch their pantyhose.
It’s been a sad decade for pantyhose indeed, but I have never been more optimistic about a comeback than this year. Even last year, I was seeing signs of wider pantyhose acceptance, as more and more TV shows and movies featured actresses wearing. Then there were more women wearing in TV commercials.
And when some big-time entertainers, such as Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Beyonce’ starting attracting attention for their wearing, things were looking good.
Then, there’s Julianna Margulies wearing in every episode of the best drama on TV, The Good Wife, and Morena Baccarin wearing in every episode as the beautiful and glamorous queen alien in V.
But perhaps the real measure of any product’s return to favor in the market is how often it becomes the topic of widespread media coverage. And that’s what is happening right now.
While so-called fashion experts, fashion magazine editors, and the legion of hose-hating women out there want you to think pantyhose have been run out of town for good, the delicate and dainty little accessory is flexing some muscles no one knew it had.
That’s because pantyhose have a new ambassador whose credibility appears to be beyond reproach and whose beauty, class, grace, elegance and charm are irresistable. And that ambassador is Kate Middleton.
Seemingly every day, stories appear in Internet fashion magazines commenting on Kate’s becoming a global fashion icon. And recently, the subject of those stories has been Kate’s wearing pantyhose. (Note: while pantyhose are referred to in the UK as sheer tights, and many of the writers switch between calling them tights, pantyhose and stockings, let’s just stick with pantyhose throughout.)
Funny how the main enemies of pantyhose, the “fashion experts” and fashion magazine editors, now are scrambling to try and outdo one another in covering what’s covering Kate’s lovely legs. And while the coverage has been predominantly positive, it’s no surprise that a few of the online mags criticized Kate for wearing. Some called her look “hopelessly old fashioned,” while others called her wearing pantyhose the “ultimate sin.”
That’s unfortunate, but not unexpected. But what I like is that lately, the majority of the stories I’ve read (all by female writers), disagreed with those who criticize Kate, and actually defended her choice of wearing. And many of the writers said they hope Kate’s influence ushers a return of pantyhose popularity because seeing bare legs everywhere is getting old.
Last week in a posting on CelebrityFix, staff writers delivered a piece in which Kate was photographed in a cable knit Alexander McQueen dress during a recent visit to Canada. The writers realized it was a version of the sailor-style outfit that Sarah Jessica Parker wore in 2006.
If anyone ever needed a visual depicting the merits of pantyhose versus bare legs, this picture ought to do the trick. The bare legs movement has always baffled me. I don’t get how any reasonable person could look at the image and not admit that the one on the left is far and away more attractive than the one on the right. Why women continue to try so hard to look like the one on the right when they could look like the one on the left is beyond me.
A royal example
On Tuesday July 12, in the online Fashion and Beauty magazine Shine, staff writer Piper Weiss wrote a story with the headline: ‘Kate Middleton brings back Pantyhose.’ And the subhead read: ‘Bare legs are so 2010.’
Weiss wrote a positive piece, crediting Kate for bringing back pantyhose for a new generation, and praising her look. Referring to bare legs, Weiss wrote that “egg-crate color is out, and clear, almost fairy-dusted iridescence is in.”
Also in her story, Weiss referred to a recent royal visit by Tom Hank’s wife, Rita Wilson, who complained that she was required to wear hosiery for an event at Buckingham Palace. Apparently, Wilson told Harper’s Bazaar: “Women must wear closed-toe shoes — and get this — stockings! Sheer disbelief — I don’t even own a pair of sheer hose.”
I feel sorry for Tom Hanks, first because his wife supports the bare legs look, and second, because she showed no class in complaining about what is considered elegant by the Royal Family and all it stands for.
Another graphic example
Like the side-by-side picture showing Kate in pantyhose next to bare-legged SJP, in Weiss’ piece she notes that our own First Lady, Michelle Obama, a confirmed pantyhose hater, greeted Kate at Buckingham Palace recently, and the accompanying photo shows Kate in pantyhose and Obama doing the “ugly American” thing in not respecting another country’s culture, tradition and protocol, in this case, by showing up bare-legged.
It goes to show that we’ve still got a long way to go, as long as women choose a look that is less professional, less classy and less attractive.
But with Kate, and her sister, Pippa, constantly being at the center of global attention for having the class and grace to always wear pantyhose, there is plenty of reason for optimism.
If not for her starring role in the upcoming movie/musical, “Burlesque,” Christina Aguilera likely would have made her way into my column, Credit ‘Wear’ Credit is Due. That’s because, long before Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Beyonce and a handful of other current pop stars, Aguilera has been a devoted pantyhose wearer on and off stage.
“Burlesque,” which opens in theaters on Nov. 24, gives me an excuse to recognize Aguilera now for her pantyhose prowess.
Born Dec. 18, 1980, Christina Aguilera is an American pop singer, songwriter, dancer, and officially now, actress. Known during her childhood as “the little girl with the big voice,” singing in local talent shows and competitions, Aguilera always aspired to be a singer.
Indeed, Aguilera has been compared to the likes of Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston. A review in the Los Angeles Times compared Aguilera’s vocal stylings to Barbra Streisand, Gladys Knight and Aretha Franklin.
In the movie, the burlesque club apparently encompasses not just striptease and comedy routines, but modern dance and mini-theatrical plays, performed by barely dressed women in fishnets.
Beginning in the early 18th century, burlesque was a form of musical and theatrical parody, in which a serious or romantic opera, or a classical theatre piece, was adapted in a broad, often risqué style that ridiculed stage conventions.
The popular burlesque show of this period eventually evolved into the striptease which became the dominant ingredient of burlesque by the 1930s.
Stockings were around as early as the 16th century, mostly in the black wool variety, until silk stockings debuted in the 17th century. These garments helped define the burlesque era.
During the 1920s, silk or artificial silk (rayon) stockings ruled the flapper era of the Roaring 20s.
After World War I (1914-1918) short skirts were fashionable and long silk stockings were worn. Nylon was invented in 1930 by Dupont, and after World War II (1939-1945), nylon stockings became popular and completely replaced silk stockings until the late 1960s, when pantyhose replaced stockings and never looked back.
Previews for “Burlesque,” look very exciting – lots of great music, dancing and pantyhose-adorned legs in action.
While pantyhose hadn’t been invented during the burlesque era, today, Hollywood and modern live burlesque-style shows can and do take creative license in adding the sexy wardrobe accessories to the costumes for movies and musicals depicting the jazz, burlesque and flapper eras from as early as the 16th century, to the roaring 20s, through today.
And here’s something I love: when some of the dancing girls in these movies wear nylon stockings, they usually are wearing very sheer-to-waist pantyhose underneath them. But mostly, I love that the majority of the dancers in these movies just wear pantyhose, as if no one would notice or care that that makes the film historically inaccurate. I don’t care. I love that pantyhose are viewed as so important and necessary by the writers, directors and/or costumers of these productions.
During the 2000s, there have been quite a few successful movies depicting the jazz, burlesque and flapper eras.
Set in 1960s Venice, “Nine” was directed by Rob Marshall (who also directed “Chicago”) and also starred Kate Hudson, Stacy “Fergie” Ferguson and Sophia Loren. It was released in December 2009.
The original Broadway production debuted in 1982 and ran for 729 performances, winning five Tony Awards, including Best Musical.
Velma Kelly (Catherine Zeta-Jones) and Roxie Hart (Renee’ Zellweger) are two criminals-of-passion who find themselves awaiting trials for murder in 1920s Chicago. Velma, a vaudevillian, and Roxie, a housewife with aspirations of having the same profession, fight for the fame that will keep them from the gallows. The film also stars and gets fabulous performances from Richard Gere, Queen Laifah, John C. Reilly and Christine Baranski (“The Good Wife“).
Directed and choreographed by Rob Marshall, and adapted for film by screenwriter Bill Condon, “Chicago” won six Academy Awards in 2003, including Best Picture.
The movie/musical of 2001, directed, produced, and co-written by Baz Luhrmann, was nominated for eight Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Actress for Nicole Kidman, and won two: for art direction and costume design.
The movie stars Ewan McGregor as Christian, a young, English poet/writer, who falls in love with Nicole Kidman as Staine, a cabaret actress and the star courtesan of the Moulin Rouge.
The production is lush and elaborate, featuring the musical setting of the Montmartre Quarter of Paris, France.
I haven’t seen “Nine” yet, but I plan to buy the DVD. “Chicago” and “Moulin Rouge!” were great movies for showcasing pantyhose. It appears that “Burlesque” will be a great movie for pantyhose lovers, too.
I just hope “Burlesque” delivers a story with as much charm and fun of “Chicago.” From the previews I’ve seen, it certainly appears that the glitter and glam is there. We’ll find out beginning on Nov. 24.
By the way, I intentionally left out the movie, “Showgirls,” which was great for pantyhose, but a weak and poorly written/acted storyline in my opinion.
Perhaps this trend of movies/musicals depicting the jazz, burlesque and flapper eras will do as much for creating an attraction for pantyhose among young women, and sparking renewed interest in pantyhose among more seasoned viewers, much the same way pop stars, such as Madonna, Lady Gaga and others, have been doing recently.
What do you think? Do you like these kinds of movies/musicals that feature beautiful ladies in exotic costumes, including pantyhose? The genre seems like a dream come true for those of us who can’t get enough of our favorites celebrities embracing pantyhose on the grandest of stages.
Hollywood has always blessed us with glamorous actresses who set the beauty standards of the day.
From the late 1960s through the mid-1990s, nylons were as much a staple in Hollywood as makeup. So while it wasn’t unusual (until now) to see a TV or movie star wearing nylons on screen, a few actresses actually distinquished themselves as what I am calling Pantyhose Goddesses.
Julie Newmar appeared on Broadway in the 1950s, and had many starring roles in television and movies during the 1960s, possibly none more auspicious than her role as Catwoman on the Batman TV series.
At 5’11, 135 pounds and with 37-inch legs, it wasn’t hard to notice Newmar, but she was more than just a Hollywood glam-girl. She did one thing that will link her to pantyhose forever – she designed her own, actually winning a patent for her design in the mid 1970s. She called the pantyhose “Nudemar” and marketed them during the 70s and 80s.
She said she invented them out of necessity:
“I have two drawers of pantyhose, but I don’t like what they do for my backside.
“It’s a simple improvement. I just gathered the back seam, but it gives a woman the firm fanny of a 12-year-old.”
I like the fact that she had two drawers full of pantyhose.
In the 1970s, Catherine Bach played the character, Daisy Duke on the Dukes of Hazzard TV series, wearing short, tight cut-off jean shorts, which would become known as “Daisy Dukes.” Apparently, network censors believed that the cut-offs were so short, that the the producers could get them on air only if Bach wore sheer-to-waist pantyhose with them, to ensure that the shorts didn’t reveal more of her than intended.
Bach certainly created a pantyhose identity for herself, if not an entire fashion trend.
But, perhaps, no actress aligned herself with pantyhose more than Joyce DeWitt during the 1970s TV series, Three’s Company. On its Web site, Central New York Promotions states:
“Being an avid pantyhose wearer, DeWitt is famous for refusing to do any scenes bare-legged. When shooting Three’s Company (1977), she always wore either pantyhose or tights, and refused to work bare-legged. Though this caused conflict between her and the show’s producers, it endeared her to hosiery manufacturers, and she became the spokeswoman for L’eggs pantyhose in the late 70s.”
That kind of professionalism, commitment to femininity and just plain good taste is very rare today. I liked Joyce DeWitt’s style back then, but having learned her story, I’m even more impressed with her now.
I wonder: What other actresses could or should have become Pantyhose Goddesses back in the day?
Again, during the 70s, 80, and 90s, pantyhose were the standard of class, elegance and glamour, so actresses wearing them on screen wasn’t at all unusual. Still, some stars just stood out from the crowd, and in the process, pantyhose gained cult-level status.
During the 80s and 90s, I have to say that my favorite stars who could have earned the title of Pantyhose Goddess were Kim Basinger, Michelle Pfeiffer, Linda Fiorentino and Geena Davis.
And then, there was Markie Post, Goldie Hawn, Shelly Long and Christina Applegate — all truly lovely and classy pantyhose babes.
Honorable mention could go to Jennifer Tilly, who was almost always seen in pantyhose and looked awesome in them; Fran Drescher, who really did align herself with pantyhose; and one Parker Posey, who actually was known as “Miss Pantyhose.” This was never more evident than in the role she played as a vampire in the third installment of Wesley Snipes’ Trinity trilogy.
Today more than ever, we need a Pantyhose Goddess in Hollywood – someone whose beauty, class and grace is so awe-inspiring that, when she permanently aligns herself with the wearing of pantyhose, it would make for an irresistable combination that would once again propel pantyhose to cult-type status.
She’s always been so classy, and, until I saw The Proposal, I didn’t think I’d ever see her not wearing pantyhose. She kinda let me down on this one, especially because her role in this movie was a corporate executive.
Even though she is beautiful and classy, I don’t really see Sandra in the Pantyhose Goddess role. I think deep down, she’s sees herself as kind of a tomboy.
I believe she’ll usually choose to wear pantyhose for the proper occasion, but I don’t think it would be for any reason other than just good sense.
I don’t know if she’s been around long enough, is sought-after enough or revered enough, but I would love to see Nicole take this title.
Lately, I never see her on screen not wearing pantyhose, and it would be hard to find someone who looks better in them than her.
I’ve always liked Nicole, and I think she’s got the class and grace to be the one.
The more I see her, the more I love her. She is beautiful, but she’s also powerful and edgy. And she’s here and now.
I love her in the Resident Evil movies, and I’ve seen her in many public appearances where she almost always is wearing pantyhose. Not only that, but she also is a professional model who more often than not is shot in sheer pantyhose.
Milla is classy and cool, and I think she deserves to be considered a true Pantyhose Goddess.
Catherine always carries herself with class and grace, and I never see her not wearing pantyhose.
There’s just something very captivating about her.
She has the beauty and the charisma to be the next Pantyhose Goddess, but also, she’s got the credibility and the relevance that it would take.
That’s right, Anna, the head alien visitor on the TV series, V.
If an evil overgrown lizard who’s out to take over Earth can look that incredible in pantyhose (and she is never not wearing them on the show) she gets my vote for Hollywood Pantyhose Goddess.
Update 2013: OK, I had based that opinion when this was written in 2010 only on what I saw of her in V, having never heard of her before that show. Since then, I’ve seen her on many a late night talk show where she wears beautiful dresses and heels, but no pantyhose … ever! And I’ve seen many photos of her during publicity appearances, also mostly “bear”-legged.
Just goes to show that at the end of the day, you really can’t trust an alien visitor trying to take over the world. Too bad because Baccarin certainly looks amazing in pantyhose. Yet, “The truth is out there:” She doesn’t look good at all “bear”-legged.
She might already have this title, and that would suit me just fine. As The Good Wife, she always dresses professionally and looks great in pantyhose. Better still, she most-often makes public appearances and guest spots on late night talk shows dressed the same way.
It really bothers me when the big stars, even when they wear pantyhose for their roles on screen, think they’re somehow obligated to follow the “trend” and go bare-legged out in public, especially, if it’s a talk show with a younger host who caters to a younger audience.
But that’s not the case with Julianna. She always dresses beautifully and does the right thing by wearing pantyhose. Maybe she should be the Hollywood Pantyhose Goddess. Maybe she already is.
Update 2013: All that might have been true when this was written in 2010, but it seems Margulies has allowed herself to be brainwashed by the masses, as I’ve seen her “bear”-legged a few times during public appearances. That seems to indicate that it’s the professionalism, class and good taste strictly of the costume designer and producers of The Good Wife and NOT Margulies herself who deserves the credit for her wearing pantyhose on the show.
Meredith already is a Pantyhose Goddess. Here’s why: Not only does she always wear pantyhose on TV shows and in public appearances, she actually has gone on record saying she “likes wearing pantyhose,” even admitting that she doesn’t wear anything underneath.
Meredith definitely deserves consideration for Pantyhose Goddess. The question is: Is she relevant enough today?
Obviously, Anne Hathaway and Zooey Deschanel deserve consideration for Hollywood Pantyhose Goddess. Of the two, Zooey is the more devoted and consistent wearer for all occasion and venues. I didn’t feature Anne and Zooey here only because I think they’re too obvious, and both already might be Hollywood Pantyhose Goddesses.
Finally, I’ve got to say that I like what I see from Megan Fox, Kate Moss, Jessica Alba and Kate Beckinsale. And, thankfully, there are many other young actresses out there who seem to understand the allure of pantyhose. Are they ready to become Hollywood’s next Pantyhose Goddesses? Perhaps.
OK, who’d I leave out? I know you have your favorites, and I’d like to hear who they are and what you have to say about them.
By now, many of you have heard or read that Sesame Street has pulled the plug on a taped segment during which pop singer Katy Perry sings with Elmo. The segment was supposed to run during an upcoming episode of the popular children’s show, but has been cancelled by Sesame Street because of negative comments received after the video was previewed on YouTube.
Sesame Street says it won’t air the segment because of the controversy generated by the risque’ dress of the pop star. Perry is wearing a strapped yellow gown with a sheer mesh top, which does little to cover up her ample cleavage.
In the video, Perry sings an edited-for-children version of her hit, “Hot N Cold,” to Elmo.
Earlier today, viewer complaints prompted Sesame Street’s producer to cut the segment from its planned spot on a future TV show. The video also has been removed from Sesame Street’s YouTube Channel.
The video remained on Perry’s own website for a while. Seeing the video, I can understand some parents’ concern, but I don’t find it really offensive. Perry’s outfit seems no less revealing than anything you might see a princess or mermaid wear in a Disney movie. Too bad it got yanked because I thought Perry’s performance was very well done. Her facial expressions and demeanor were very cute and innocent enough. And, she expressed sadness that the segment was pulled, describing it as one of the most rewarding bits she’s done. Good for her.
I agree that the bustier-type top of her dress was a bit risque’ and inappropriate for the age of the intended audience, but I doubt that it would have had any adverse effect on them. Here’s what I want to know: How did this even happen? Isn’t someone at Sesame Street responsible for wardrobe? Didn’t the video’s director have a say on the matter?
I do respect and appreciate that Perry thought it was important enough to wear pantyhose with the outfit.
Many of my readers tell me that Katy Perry is one of today’s pop stars who can be counted on to wear pantyhose during her act.
Off stage, I don’t think Perry is as devoted a wearer of pantyhose as Lady Gaga. I checked Perry out in a couple of galleries and saw her wearing pantyhose in only about one-third of the photos.
So pantyhose don’t appear to be her signature fashion statement the way they are for Lady Gaga, but hey, one-third of the time is far better than the norm in the entertainment world, so Katy Perry is OK with me.
It bears mentioning that Beyonce’ is another young entertainer who seems to always appear in short outfits, showing a lot of leg in pantyhose.
It is so good to see these young entertainers demonstrating class and professionalism in their acts.
Hopefully, they will influence an entire generation of young women who might otherwise not find many examples of their contemporaries wearing pantyhose.
Talk about Hot
Meanwhile, I wrote last time about how Julianna Margulies is so very classy, always wearing pantyhose on her hit TV show, The Good Wife, and during appearances on late night talk shows.
Funny how in the photo above it looks like Dave is going after a quick feel of Julianna’s pretty pantyhosed leg during a recent episode of The Late Show with David Letterman. You go, Dave!
And check out how stunning Julianna looked recently on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon:
Wow! She is really special. She’s extremely talented, seems to be a good person, and she carries herself with grace and elegance.
I’m just cynical enough to believe that this is just a fluke; that she’s going to let me down; that I’ll tune in one time and find her doing the bare legs thing during a national TV appearance, but she just keeps blowing my mind because she always wears a beautiful dress, high heels and very sheer pantyose. This lady is classy.
If you aren’t watching The Good Wife, let me tell you it’s about the best drama on TV. Very well written and wonderfully acted. I am officially a Julianna Magulies fan now.
As I’ve written in this blog before, you may not love Lady Gaga, but you gotta hand it to her – she’s a force.
One of the things I admire about her is that she always wears pantyhose – not only on stage, but everywhere. She’s showing no signs that her commitment to (in her own words) “always dressing nice in public” is merely a passing fancy.
And, while it might not have been the nicest outfit to wear when crashing Yankee Stadium during a Yankees game last Friday night against the New York Mets, at least Lady Gaga wore pantyhose with her pinstriped Yankees jersey (unbuttoned to reveal a black bra) and black bikini bottom, presumably with black high heels.
Apparently, Lady Gaga talked her way past Security to visit the players in the clubhouse after the game. While there, she reportedly drank whiskey, as players Alex Rodriguez and Robinson Cano visited with her.
OK, so maybe she doesn’t win points for tact or playing by the rules, but hey, she’s a fan. Fans can be crazy. Whadaya gonna do?
I love it when pantyhose show up at unexpected places. I mean today, you almost never see a celebrity wearing pantyhose with her million dollar gown on the red carpet during those awards shows. Most of them wouldn’t wear pantyhose to a wedding or even a funeral. Sadly, formal events just don’t demand the respect of pantyhose with these celebs anymore.
That’s why I gotta hand it to Lady Gaga. She may be a bit off, but she’s got more class and a better sense of femininity and style than most of her star contemporaries.
My thinking is that if Lady Gaga influenced even one young woman by choosing to wear pantyhose at that venue, then she deserves credit “wear” credit is due.
What do you think about Lady Gaga’s fashion sense?
After just my second ever blog post (June 2009), Calling out Professional Entertainers, in which I blamed Sarah Jessica Parker (yuk) for creating the “bare legs culture” with her TV series, “Sex and the City,” I’ve been dilligent in criticizing celebrities who buy into this awful trend.
Then, in August 2009, I wrote the post, Credit ‘wear’ Credit is Due, giving props to some special celebs who are classy and professional enough to wear pantyhose. I praised the likes of Olivia Munn (co-host of Attack of the Show) and model/actress Milla Jovovich.
Obviously, there are many celebs who deserve such praise. I particularly appreciate and like very much Nicole Kidman, Sandra Bullock and Linda Fiorentino. And, even though I don’t see these two pantyhose goddesses much anymore, I’ll always love Kim Basinger and Geena Davis. Then, there’s Parker Posey, once known as Miss Pantyhose. These actors have the class and elegance to always wear pantyhose on the set. I know you have your favorites, too. (You gotta write in and tell us who.)
But today’s post is devoted to one Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, also known as Lady Gaga. You know the story: She has exploded on the dance music scene with four No. 1 hits off her debut album, “The Fame,” has won Best New Artist at the MTV Video Music Awards, has written songs for Britney Spears, the Pussycat Dolls and others, and has become one of Barbara Walters’ “10 Most Fascinating People of 2009.” And she’s just 23 years old.
From what I’ve read and heard in interviews with her, Lady Gaga is more than just a flashy new entertainment phenom. Already, she is a dance, music, entertainment, fashion icon. She is wise beyond her years, probably an old soul in a young body.
You might not like her music, her dancing, her fashion designs, her lifestyle, or her outspoken ways, but you gotta admit she is a force, and a successful one at that. I do like her sound, her look, and her style. What I really like is her sense of values. First, she is devoted to her mother, father and sister. Second, she is committed to dressing up all the time, and she is a devoted wearer of pantyhose – not just on stage, but everywhere she’s seen.
Consider this quote from Nicole Scherzinger of the Pussycat Dolls during an interview last month with Elle Magazine:
“She (Lady Gaga) is incredible … We’ll be at the airport and she’ll have full fishnets … on even then. I’ll be there with my hair tied up, old sweatpants and top that doesn’t even match, and she’s there in fishnets and not much else.”
Said Lady Gaga:
“When I meet celebrities and they’re in casual clothes, I’m always like: ‘Whaaat?’ I don’t mean to be judgmental, but it would do them better to be who they really are, all the time. This is really who I am all the time. When I get out of a car and there are 30 fans waiting for me, I know I’m dressed the way I should be. There’s a reason they have that emotional reaction. I think you should look nice all the time.”
Lady Gaga has even publicly promised we won’t see her wearing pants. Her commitment to look good for her fans and to always present herself with class and style whenever she’s in public, to me, is very admirable. And she’s only 23.
I remember when the “bare legs” movement was just gathering steam in the mid-1990s, some show biz industry columnist wrote something to the effect that it would take a young entertainer, “maybe like a Britney Spears,” who would wear pantyhose on a regular basis to set an example for young women, who otherwise might never even consider wearing pantyhose.
I never forgot that statement, pretty much figured it would never happen, and now, truly appreciate Lady Gaga’s sense of glamour and style for creating some much-needed press about pantyhose.
“I’m just trying to change the world one sequin at a time,” she told Elle Magazine last month.
I don’t know about you, but I’m ga-ga over Lady Gaga.