The “find me if you can” lingerie features a visible GPS device in a see-through part of the bodice next to the waist.
Lingerie maker Lucia Iorio told AFP the wearer is in control.
“This collection … is a wink to women and a challenge to men because, even if she gives him the password to her GPS, she can always turn it off,” Iorio said.
“She can be found only if she wants to.
“It’s not a modern chastity belt. Some men think they can keep tabs on their girlfriends with it, but they’re wrong,” she said.
Call me crazy — call me old; but I just don’t get the appeal of lingerie with GPS functions. I prefer to perform my come hither work where I can see his face (among other reactions).
And yeah, if I man bought me lingerie with such locating abilities, I’d be offended at the mere notion that he’d even try to keep tabs on me.
The lingerie sells for $800 – $1100, depending upon the quality of the GPS system, not the quality of the lingerie.