These white tap pants, which are a pair of brief lingerie shorts, are made of nylon and have lace trim around the hem as well as applique on the proper right leg. They also have an interior maker label from Vanity Fair.
Vanity Fair Vanity Fair appeared in three incarnations in the 1800s. It was a Manhattan-based humorous weekly, a UK periodical, and in 1890, an American theater magazine. In 1913, Conde Vast bought the rights to the name and introduced a new hybrid magazine, Dress & Vanity Fair. The magazine throughout the 20s and 30s became the gold standard for so-called smart magazines of the era. An international addition launched in 1991. As of 2017, Radhika Jones is the editor-in-chief.