For Madonna’s Who’s That Girl world tour back in 1987, the superstar opened her show with “Open Your Heart” while wearing a fitted black bustier with golden tassels, which she enthusiastically twirled around. Long sleeve smock dress Custom-made for her by the Los Angeles store Trashy Lingerie, the iconic piece sold at auction for a whopping $72,000 in 2011. However, Madonna isn’t the only star who has worn Trashy’s sexy, one-of-a-kind designs. Winter formal dresses long sleeves The Hollywood fixture has been quietly dressing your favorite stars for years—and by paying a visit to its flagship at La Cienega Boulevard today, you too can channel that glamour.
Mitchell and Tracy Shrier opened Trashy Lingerie back in 1973, originally as a shoe floor. Mitchell started designing sexy, strappy stilettos, and by the late 1970s, his clientele began asking for hosiery to go with them. Long sleeve shift dresses “When I was a little kid, we had a clothesline in our backyard, and it would be filled with nylon stockings in all these different colors blowing in the breeze,” says Randy Shrier, the couple’s son who runs the store now that his parents have retired.