The Daily Mail article
indicates that Ultimo lingerie had a good year, attributing the success
to the correct selection of underwear models, namely Tamara Ecclestone,
Amy Childs, and the divine Luisana Lopilato, aka Mrs. Michael Buble.
(More on her soon, I promise.) But the basic premise of the article is
that if you're selling lingerie, cleavage and a tight tummy sell well.
Now, why do I not in any way find that particularly surprising?