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Miss AP – The Beginner’s Guide to Throwing Shapes

Last weekend while browsing in my local junk shop I came across a mint condition vinyl copy of Saga’s 1989 album ‘The Beginner’s Guide to Throwing Shapes’. It was a little before my time and if I’m honest it’s not entirely my bag (bit heavy on the electric guitar for my tastes), but it really made me think that the track list is a perfect lesson in how to approach your underwear.

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The Poolside Poser #101

As the words of the great Jazzy Jeff, ‘Summer, summer summertime, time to kick back and unwind.’
The evenings and legs are longer, the diaries and gyms are fuller, the holidays and hangovers are closer. > DISCOVER MORE

Beyond the Knicker Drawer – Dispatches From the Sexual Elite

Beyond the knicker drawer with Paula di Principe Goldstein

Miss AP gets up close and personal with esteemed knicker-wearers across the globe.

This week, style editor for Purple Magazine Online, founder of Voyage D’etudes and international minx of mystery Paula di Principe Goldstein uncovers the secrets of her knicker drawer for Miss AP’s – and your own – delectation.

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Miss AP – Dressing From the Knickers Out

Dressing from the knickers out

It’s come to my attention that wearing no knickers on the red carpet is currently de rigueur. Gwyneth Paltrow graciously brought the trend to the world’s attention when she wore that bumless Berardi number at the Iron Man 2 premiere in April of last year. Polish supermodel and author of sex bible 25 Magazine wore a slashed-to the-hipbone Antony Vaccarello number to the Met Ball two years ago, and only the other night I ran into Diane Kruger at the Met Gala afterparty wearing a red hot slip of a number with sheer panels running perilously close to her labia majora. Now that Miley Cyrus has officially made those the new cleavage, I can only throw my hands in the air and concede to the trend.

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Miss AP – In The Mood

Remember those mood rings everyone had in the nineties? Aquamarine meant you were down in the mouth; grey you were pensive; violet you were aroused. Mine was always a murky brownish navy and I presume everyone else’s was too, given that they cost about £3 apiece so their scientific exactitude couldn’t exactly be counted on.
Want to know a better mood indicator? Your underwear. What do you find yourself reaching for in your knicker drawer on a morning when you’re feeling devious? What do you pull out when you’re planning a seduction?   Here’s the science part.

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