Lingerie blogger launches online boutique

JOG Swimwear

JOG Swimwear

Lingerie blogger and fashion consultant Anastasia Ivanova has launched an online boutique specialising in non-wired bras.

The online store, named after Ivanova’s blog, Jeanne Pompadour, offers lingerie from selected brands, including Denmark’s Underprotection and Skivvies by Love & Lemons from the US.

Jeanne Pompadour will also stock the UK’s Cheek Frills from November 15 and US brand Araks from January.

Having previously worked as a PR for Myla and Coco de Mer, Ivanova launched her lingerie blog and fashion consultancy Jeanne Pompadour in 2013.

Source : www.lingerieinsight.com

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New York museum explores history of lingerie

A History of Lingerie

A History of Lingerie

A 1770 corset made of silk is on display at the exhibition. A 1770 corset made of silk is on display at the exhibition.
From 18th century corsets to present-day bras made in stretch lace, the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York charts the history of lingerie in a new exhibition.

Exposed: A History of Lingerie features more than 70 of the most delicate objects in the museum’s permanent collection, many of which have never before been shown to the public.

The exhibition opens with several pairings of objects that underscore the connection between underwear and outerwear.

A 1950s nylon nightgown by high-end lingerie brand Iris, for example, is shown alongside a nylon evening gown by mid-century designer Claire McCardell.

Carrying on, the exhibition runs in chronological order, with the earliest object on view being a 1770 sleeved corset made from sky-blue silk with decorative ivory ribbons that crisscross over the stomach.

FIT delves into the lingerie trends from every decade, from a mid-1920s bandeau bra of yellow silk chiffon in ivory lace, to a silk teddy designed by Patricia Fieldwalker in the 1980s.

Contemporary lingerie is highlighted by a custom-made bra and panty in silk chiffon by Jean Yu and a retro-style lingerie set with provocative cut-outs by Chantal Thomass.

Also featured is a L.A.M.B. x Hanky Panky long-line bra and panty designed by Gwen Stefani’s fashion brand in collaboration with Hanky Panky.

The exhibition opened on June 3 and will run through November 15.

Source : lingerieinsight.com

Helena Christensen to launch new range for Triumph

Helena Christensen

Helena Christensen

Helena Christensen models her SS13 range.

Helena Christensen will launch her SS14 lingerie collection for Triumph at Fenwick, Bond Street tomorrow afternoon.

The supermodel and designer will be joined by British Fashion Council CEO Caroline Rush to present the new collection at the department store.

Christensen made her first foray into design in September 2012, creating a SS13 lingerie collection for Triumph.

The collection consisted of three ranges – Poetica, Ballerina and Dahlia.

Tomorrow’s presentation will start at 3pm and will be followed by a champagne reception.

Source: lingerieinsight.com

Beyonce wears Nichole de Carle at the Grammys

Beyonce

Beyonce

Beyonce was seen wearing a bodysuit designed by Nichole de Carle London at the Grammys Awards Ceremony on Sunday night.

The singer wore the brand’s Onyx Tuxedo in black during her performance of her new single “Drunk in Love”.

Speaking after the Grammys, Nicole de Carle said: “It’s a match made in Heaven. Talented, beautiful and strong, Beyonce is the true embodiment of the Nichole de Carle London woman.”

Beyonce has become the latest star to join the list of Nichole de Carle London’s celebrity followers, including Paloma Faith, Nichole Scherzinger and Jessie J.

Source: lingerieinsight.com