Move over, Victoria's Secret. Women's underwear has a new shape with the advent of an Australian design -- the backless thong. The backless thong? Humm. Now that's a mental picture to hold onto. Jan Digney, who lives on Australia's Gold Coast, had a visible G-string problem and asked her daughters for advice. They told their mom that they. Aug 04, 2005 · First there was the visible panty line, then the visible thong line, and now there’s no line at all, thanks to the Backless Lingerie Revolution. Australian grandmother Jan Digney was so shocked to hear that women wearing low-cut trousers preferred to “go commando” rather than risk showing the world their underwear that she decided to [ ].
Australian designed product, Backless Lingerie was designed by a inspired woman called Jan Digney. Also known as backless briefs,backless g-strings,backless thongs,thongless thongs these panties have quickly become the first choice for fashionable women around the world who yearn for a comfortable and virtually seamless alternative to the G-string or normal panties. Feb 16, 2005 · Backless panties that do not show above the rear of low-rider jeans have been invented by a woman in Australia, news reports said on Wednesday. Jan Digney.
Skip navigation Sign in. Search. Backless g-string revealed By Dominique Jackson August 13, 2004. AUSTRALIA could be on the brink of a startling underwear revolution, thanks to Gold Coast couple Jan and Chuck Digney (“just your average mum and dad”) and their invention: the backless brief. Brief but would you wear them?