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April 27, 2006

Toreador Tush

Filed under: Men's Fashion,Trousers — Izzy @ 10:46 am

Sewn Matador

Apparently those toreador pants really are sewn on.


  1. During her apprenticeship, LPFT remembers being told as a wee slip of a lass that many a prima ballerina on Europe’s finest stages would actually be sewn in to her costume–a memory that served the LPFT well in later years when, due to a most tragic wardrobe malfunction, she was forced to sew the leading lady back into her costume a few moments before she went on stage.

    As LPFT recalls many of the gentlemen on the cast were envious…particularly when it came to UN-sewing her OUT of her costume. Nothing against the leading lady, but it seems to LPFT that Izzie got the better deal with the toreador…

    Comment by La Petite Fleure Tropicale — April 28, 2006 @ 1:43 pm

  2. The only thing I want to know…what do they do when nature calls?

    Comment by Lazarwolf — May 1, 2006 @ 12:05 am

  3. OW OW!

    Comment by designnathan — May 3, 2006 @ 4:23 pm

  4. Hah! Hola to the LFPT, and I have been in a similar situation myself, many years gone by: I was making a pair of particoloured tights for a young man, and as time was short, I was attaching the legs to an undergarment, with him inside them!

    *And yes, his trust was well-placed: not a single stab, nick, or scratch!

    Comment by La BellaDonna — May 4, 2006 @ 11:13 am

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