Good old Coleen, striking a blow for the realistically proportioned woman on her ITV show right now. If you still haven't caught up with last week's mission - to find the face of Ultimo D-G - here's a spoiler: Coleen's search paid off when single mum Holly Sims scooped the assignment, beating professional models to the job. You can see the results above - and doesn't she look lovely? Now the selling bit: left, Leopard padded plunge bra £30; right, Satin Diamante plunge £28.
Love the pics? Love the show? Not convinced? Let us know what you think.
You've been avidly separating your glass from your aluminium and resolved never to get on a plane again if you can possibly help it - but what about your lingerie? Our new department dedicated to green products launched yesterday (as vogue.co.uk noticed) so explore Greenleaves' organic cotton, hemp, sustainable bamboo and recycled plastic bottles here.
Well, there was a lot of red on the red carpet, wasn't there? And one shoulder dresses. Meanwhile, here's stripper-turned-Oscar-winning-writer Diablo Cody breaking the mould in an animal print halterneck dress. What to wear under a halterneck? For this, and all your other Oscars-inspired lingerie queries, click here for our annual eveningwear lingerie guide fresh from the red carpet.
So we did say the other day that Coleen was our favourite WAG, but let's hear it for Abigail Clancy too. Here she is at the Brit awards last night working her leopard print underwear. Now it really wouldn't be responsible to recommend that you all go out flashing your animal print knickers, but it's nice to know that Abigail has one of this season's lingerie trends nailed. Click here to see our selection.
PS. In other Brit awards news, it's another celeb for the Spanx roster: the Daily Mail reports that Rhianna had the control pants sewn into her stage costumes.
It's always cheering to know that the celebs - even those as slender as the lovely and fashion forward Thandie Newton - need a little help from their underwear too. As the lovely Thandie demonstrates here, snapped at a pre-Bafta bash in what looks very much like a pair of control knickers, shapewearwear isn't necessarily about making you look thinner; the point of those big knickers is to give you a smooth silhouette under your special occasion frock. Want some? See our control briefs here.
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Shape magazine tackled underwear in the fashion workbook of the March issue. Figleaves.com sets that made the cut? Above, right, Mary Green's Silk Knit with Lace camisole $25, and shorty $19, can be seen adorning the full height of the page; Shape also recommended Le Mystere's Lace Group bra $72 for larger busts and the Fashion Forms U plunge bra $28 for low necklines.
Our favourite Australian supermodel-turned-lingerie-designer made an appearance on Access Hollywood recently to talk about her lingerie lines - click here to see the clip. Two new looks below: on the left, feel pretty in Elle Macpherson Intimates Austere padded bra £32 and brief £22; on the right, the sexy Boudoir 019 bra £60 and thong £30.
Hope you're all enjoying Eamonn Holmes on This Morning this week (are we the only ones wishing he could stay?). Anyway, if you caught the show's Valentines lingerie round-up on Tuesday, you will have seen not one, not two, but three figleaves.com sets. And we were chuffed to bits to hear fashion expert Wendy Elsmore singing our praises: "Figleaves are an amazing online company," she enthused, before going on to explain that we have "a wonderful selection of underwear, more or less something for everybody." We could go on but modesty prevents us.
It's good to know that glamorous fashion eds suffer from the odd style crisis too - so top marks to US Glamour's senior style writer and fashion blogger Jenny Feldman for being woman enough to admit that she finds bra shopping a little distressing. Click here to share her pain - and, of course, your bra advice.
Sporty swim brand Speedo turns 80 this year and to celebrate, it launched the LZR Racer swimsuit yesterday - independent testing has shown it to be the world's fastest swimsuit, no less. Michael Phelps will be wearing one in Beijing this year; here he is modelling it, Robbie-style, as a hologram.
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"Who knows what you're wearing beneath a business suit and tailored shirt..." said this month's Cosmo. In fact, it's Elle Mac's silk shorty, £30.
Let's catch up with some press pieces today. First, here's Chantelle's new range - the delicate, embroidery-strewn Capri - as seen in the February issue of Easy Living (you might have spotted it in February's Cosmo too). Half cup bra £49.
Orange British Academy Film Awards, anyone? Looks like the Oscars might well go ahead this year after all but just in case they don't, here's our traditional look at what the stars wore - and what, if you find yourself inspired to step out in something similar, to wear underneath.
First up, here's Kate Hudson in a low back dress - still a big trend in eveningwear this season. Find our backless solutions here.
So it didn't turn out to be Atonement's night after all, but didn't Keira look lovely in her strapless dress (particularly after she ditched the black jacket)? Find strapless bras here; strapless bras for DD+ here.
And finally here's Myleene Klass, working the body con look while doing presenting duty on the red carpet. Fancy following suit? Smooth out any lumps and bumps with shapewear.
Images: Getty Images for Orange
Love cool Californian swim brand Vitamin A but a little puzzled about how best to wear it? Here's Coleen McLoughlin to show you how: it's all about mixing and matching. Our favourite WAG was snapped in Barbados the other day wearing the Midnight Shimmer top £44, with the Sparkle Stripes bottom £84. Inspired? Put together your own combo here.
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