After criticism of the appearance at the summer TVI gala, the presenter released invisible underwear that has already been sold out. Novelty is part of its new collection of lingerie, ‘Women can wear with confidence’
“Genius” or “Marketing of Millions”. This is how the audience reacted to the latest news from Christina Ferreira who, in response to criticism of the daring outfit she wore at the TVI summer party, announced the “Invisible” lingerie collection, calling it “the freedom to be a woman.”
The whole line arrives in stores in September, but it was expected with the sale of a pack of three underwear, in which you can see only two, in black and white, because the third is “invisible” underwear, that is, it is not actually there. Each one costs 19.90 euros and hours later the first copy was already sold out.
“The secret was revealed. The question was asked by the press, by everyone, ‘After all, was she wearing underwear or not?” “And I wear it: the invisible. Any woman can wear it whenever she wants, however she wants, and no one has anything to do with it,” stressed the presenter and director of entertainment and fiction at TVI.
Last week, Christina Ferreira stood out in a daring dress created by designer Gonzalo Peixoto, with a large side slit that left part of her thigh and hip exposed, and gave wings to others’ imaginations, along with the most varied comments.
Christina says that the first product to reach the public works to open minds and boost women’s self-esteem: “This is just so that we both don’t forget that the body is ours and no one has the right to judge our freedom. Don’t feel guilty. Allow yourself to be happy.” (. …) wear with confidence.”
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