The Japanese division of lingerie maker Triumph unveiled a new "Abenomics" bra, an undergarment that is all about growth ... in more ways than one.
The bra is a take on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's "three-arrow" economic plan, combining monetary strategy aiming to reach 2 percent inflation in two years and pro-growth reforms.
It features a rising trendline and arrows as motifs and promises a 2 percent increase in volume with extra padding ... if you know what we're talkin' about!
"We hope that, as the Japanese economy grows, we can also help bust sizes to get bigger," said Triumph spokeswoman Keiko Masuda at the launch.
Its benefits for Japan's policymakers were a lot less clear ... but it's got to be more inclusive and less controversial than anything espoused by Mike Jeffries.