Lesbian designer launches chic lingerie label

Designer Rebecca Szymczak (photo via RebeccaSzymczak.com)

Designer Rebecca Szymczak (photo via RebeccaSzymczak.com)

BY MERRYN JOHNS
Curve

Lesbian designer Rebecca Szymczak knows a thing or two about fashion. As a former designer for DKNY and Nike, and currently creative director/vice president of design at Playboy Licensing, Inc., the Manhattan-based Renaissance woman (she holds a B.A. in design with a minor in psychology, plus she’s stunning enough to act as a model for her own innovative outfits) happily defies the stereotype of lesbians as anti-fashion. Szymczak has now launched her own label, BEX nyc, which produces luxurious lingerie to make women feel sexy and comfortable. These quality garments will appeal to your inner vixen, and, as lovely as they are, it’s likely that under the admiring gaze of your lady lover you won’t be in them for long. 

Don’t think this is strictly for femmes. The label combines the details of men’s underwear with feminine and sexy silhouettes, and the clever packaging is designed to delight the purchaser as much as the wearer. Lesbians who are either boxer- or thong-reliant would do well to reevaluate the power of the unseen.

Read more at Curve

Curve, the nation’s best-selling lesbian magazine, spotlights all that is fresh, funny, exciting, controversial and cutting-edge in our community.

Leave a Reply

  • (will not be published)

CAPTCHA Image
*