Underwear-Clad Models in Stilettos Stop Traffic in Vancouver

Underwear-Clad Models in Stilettos Stop Traffic in Vancouver
They stopped traffic and stunned passersby. When Twin Syndrome Design Works launched their new underwear line during an off-the-cuff fashion show at a downtown Vancouver intersection last night, Vancouver Observer photographer Brian Powell was there. See more photos from the event in our photo gallery.

7 p.m. and the models in "high-rise" fashion panties crossed the street.

The 50s inspired French cut high-rise panties are described by designer Danielle Friesen as a “one night stand between a corset and a leotard”. The high-rise panties are available at Twigg&Hottie boutique and HotBox on Main Street.

Photo by Brian Powell
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