Boobs–we strap them in, we push them up, and if they get any attention at all, it’s usually not by invitation. But lately our lovely lady lumps have been getting a lot more notice, and not in the typical eye-roll-worthy fashion. A woman’s right to breastfeed in public is a trending topic, and the #freethenipple campaign is fighting to allow females to be as shirtless in public as any man. Boobs are really having a moment. Here are some of our favorite companies, designers, and artists, who have been unashamedly inspired by cleavage’s recent popularity.
Gravel and Gold, a San Francisco based company, lets “their boobs do the talking” with their patterned bags, tops, and bedding, in support of mothers’ rights to breastfeed in public.
Nora Kogan, a Russian artist now based in New York City, is unafraid to showcase women’s assets in her “surrealism” jewelry line. Her boob and booty rings are flashy and bold with just the right amount of sass.
Brooklyn boy, Isaac Nichols, has been showing his support for women’s rights to go topless, with his clay mugs in the shapes of female torsos. We love the tan lines and realistic tummy line.
Cold Picnic, also a Brooklyn company, will introduce a collection later this month that includes rugs adorned with outlines of boobs (and even one with the outline of a nude woman’s crossed legs).
In God We Trust has a line of “Sweet Nothings” jewelry that is plain ol’ badass, and owner Shana Tabor makes sure everything she sells is made in the US.
And as a bonus: here’s a couple of our favorite boob-approved products made from natural ingredients, because all breasts deserve the best.
Lush’s Lovely Jubblies uses natural ingredients to firm and soften. (And smells totally delicious.)
Perfectly Posh makes an amazing body scrub called Daily Grind that uses coffee beans so it’s gentle enough for sensitive skin but helps firm, soften, and even skin tone. Plus, you can use it on the rest of your body too. Did we mention there are no parabens or sulfites, and everything is made in the US? Yeah, it’s awesome.
Skinfood, a company in New Zealand, uses honey, coconut, and natural oils to repair and hydrate, protects against sun damage and blemishes, and even helps with stretch marks.
Cheers to perfect pairs everywhere!
C/O Gravel and Gold, Cold Picnic, Nora Kogan, Isaac Nichols, In God We Trust, Lush, Perfectly Posh, Skinfood