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The backless brief was invented on Australia's Gold Coast in 2003.
When the ingenious inventor had a problem with her G-string showing she asked other women for advice as she could not see their G-strings poking out.
She was shocked to hear they were not wearing any underwear at all and she started work on her project of inventing underwear that does not stick out of your pants.
It took 50 prototypes until she ended up with a design that replaces the back with two bra-style straps under the bottom that is guaranteed not to move and stay in place.
Pietro Antonio Rotari (1707–1762) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period.
Born in Verona, he led a peripatetic career, and died in St Petersburg, where he had traveled to paint for the Russian court.
He was initially a pupil of Antonio Balestra, but moved and lived in Venice from 1725 to 1727.
He then joined the studio of Francesco Trevisani in Rome (1728–1732) Between 17, he worked with Francesco Solimena in Naples.
But soon he was off to paint for royal and aristocratic patrons in Dresden, Vienna, and Munich.
He was much in demand as a portraitist, and painted royal families in Dresden and Saint Petersburg.
He also painted the multi-figured altarpieces of the Four Martyrs (1745) for the church of the Ospedale di San Giacomo in Verona.
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