NEW YORK – Stephanie Seymour's panties are up for grabs.
The former Victoria's Secret lingerie model has signed on with television shopping network HSN to create an exclusive collection of "comfortable" lingerie and women's intimates.
The leggy mannequin, who was the longtime love of rocker Axl Rose before going on to marry polo-playing publisher Peter Brant, is actually lending a hand when it comes to designing the unmentionables.
"As a working mother of three, I know how hard it can be to find time to pamper yourself with lingerie that fits well and makes you feel good," Seymour said in a statement. "I look forward to sharing my new designs with the HSN viewers."
Seymour joins the many other Victoria's Secret alumni who have ventured into related businesses. One of the company's first models, Frederique van der Wal, created a line of underwear, lounge wear, and sleepwear to be sold exclusively at JCPenney in the mid-'90s. And Elle Macpherson, who regularly graced the catalog's swimwear issues, created a line of bathing suits.
The Seymour collection, debuting in November, is being touted as romantic and feminine. Including such items as lace-trimmed pajamas, embroidered sleep shirts, satin nightgowns, terry-cloth robes, camisoles, seamless bras and cotton panties, the prices will range from $18 to $60.
"Her many years of modeling apparel for Victoria Secret, as well as some of the world's top designers, has given her an eye for what today's women desire in intimate apparel," said June Saltzman, vice president of fashion for HSN.