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The brand is famous for its intricate appliques of precious Calais leavers lace on silk and knitted garments of the highest quality. Marjolaine also offers a wide range of vivid colours.
Iconic brand of the fetishist and sexy chic universe with an international reputation often uses its own materials such as wetlook, and vinyl in combination with mesh and lace.
Romantic lingerie with Japanese view of retro style, own brand of ilFelino store. Simple designs feature plenty of lace, velvet, and satin decorated with ruffles and bows.
Tokyo-based Japanese brand Akiko Ogawa explores the delicacy and intricacy of high grade Japanese lace. Pieces are decorated also with subtle bows, beads, and appliques.
Luxury brand producing handmade wireless lingerie with traditional high quality Calais lace. Attention to detail and artisanal aspect are the essential values of the brand.
Luxury lingerie & bridal wear with an emphasis on seductive boudoir. All items are handmade using the finest quality fabrics such as silk satin, Chantilly laces, chiffon, etc.
Ideals of Beauty, Character and Craft are sewn into every piece of the brand inspired by the beauty of craftsmanship and the bold Femme Fatales of Hollywood golden age.
Chitè releases capsule collections every month offering a customer experience based on the concept of personalization. The brand uses Slow Couture and full transparency policies.
Exclusive bespoke lingerie and nightwear brand. Made by artisans in the Amsterdam atelier. The brand uses the most exquisite materials and techniques.
Oroblu is a brand of CSP International Fashion Group founded in 1973. Since then, they bring high-quality and innovational products to the hosiery market.
French fashion house cultivating expertise in corsetry and lingerie since 1930 offers a lingerie wardrobe with Parisian allure, sensual elegance and a bold classic look.
Pure pieces of art, lingerie garments combine elaborate hand embroidery and delicate textiles in soft colour scheme. Collections are an impulse for self-reflection rather than clothes.