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Geometric lace patterns£¬ crochet netting£¬ gold metal tassels and an energetic£¬ Bohemian spirit fill Seven ¡¯til Midnight¡¯s latest collection for 2016 ¡ª a romantic vision of fleeting moments in time. It¡¯s a beautiful collection and buyers visiting the Paris show later this month have chance to see the new pieces in person. In the mean time£¬ our readers can learn from Seven ¡¯til Midnight¡¯s Lisa Linh how an artistic way of life inspired key looks from the 2016 collection.
Fashion entrepreneur Caprice Bourret explains to Sarah Blackman why she no longer models her By Caprice collections and discusses her plans to promote larger cups and expand overseas in order to drive future growth.
After seven years of making luxury lingerie in the UK£¬ Fred & Ginger founder Victoria Holt has made the tough decision to move her business abroad£¬ but the repositioning£¬ as Holt explains to Sarah Blackman£¬ is set to give the brand a new lease of life.
In a series of interviews£¬ online showroom yourbrandspace asks retailers all about their business from stock to sales and everything in between. This month£¬ the company sits down with Karan Hopkinson£¬ owner of Derbyshire-based Bralosophy.
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An extensive background in luxury retail has certainly shown me the importance of visual impact. However£¬ visual impact is essential regardless of your product¡¯s price point. I notice quite often that the brick and mortar visual experience is not aligned with the online version. Other times£¬ both experiences are in need of visual interest to engage the customer and reinforce the brand. Below are some key factors to keep in mind with your brand¡¯s online presence to assure your customer is engaged£¬ your brand remains elevated£¬ and your first impression is impactful£º
Dr. Resnick has been a mental health practitioner for over 30 years£¬ offering services in clinical psychology£¬ a profession that is truly close to her heart. Yet£¬ out of her unwavering love for luxurious fabrics and deluxe intimate apparel£¬ she has coupled her far-reaching career with an evident love for the lingerie industry£¬ creating a business that not only provides her a sanctuary after her day at the practice but allows her to have a tangible way to cater to women¡¯s desire to find both self-acceptance and body confidence.
Hosiery has become muted and subtle in recent seasons£¬ with sheers and the staple black tights gaining in popularity. But retailers can expect fashion-forward tights£¬ stockings and hold-ups for AW15£¬ according key brands in the market. Here£¬ they discuss where else they think the market is heading.
More than a century of fit expertise and creation of French women's intimate apparel, women's bras, lingerie, shapewear and etc, Chantelle keeps steady status in underwear industry from all over the world since its establishment in 1876. Chantelle almost shows in Shanghai Mode Lingerie each year. So you may be curious about why, you may be curious about how Chantelle deals with the economic crises and how Chantelle explore Chinese market¡­ Here, globalintimatewear.com will go with you to find out more secrets about Chantelle.

Interviews

Seven til Midnight Bohemian Rhapsody

Jan 21,

Geometric lace patterns£¬ crochet netting£¬ gold metal tassels and an energetic£¬ Bohemian spirit fill Seven ¡¯til Midnight¡¯s latest collection for 2016 ¡ª a romantic vision of fleeting moments in time. It¡¯s a beautiful collection and buyers visiting the Paris show later this month have chance to see the new pieces in person. In the mean time£¬ our readers can learn from Seven ¡¯til Midnight¡¯s L...

Simone P¨¦r¨¨le¡¯s new global strategy

Jan 21,

The third generation take up the reins at Simone P¨¦r¨¨le¡­ Mathieu Grodner and St¨¦phanie P¨¦r¨¨le take on the mantle of the French brand in the capacity of Managing Director and Director of Product evelopment respectively.

Face-to-face with Christian Lacroix

Jan 21,

He¡¯s the king of exuberance, mixing materials, and clashing colours. He draws on inspiration from folklore to redefine it with elegance and sophistication. Christian Lacroix spoke at the launch of his new capsule collection with Aubade.

NEW LAUNCH: Cozies sleepwear

Dec 24,

Cozies is a feminine sleepwear brand designed in the UK. Launched in July 2015, the luxury label works with both classic and playful styles and adapts them with a hint of modest fashion and an understated tone.

INTERVIEW: Coco de Mer MD Lucy Litwack

Nov 17,

Coco de Mer managing director Lucy Litwack talks exclusively to Lingerie Insight about the brand's ongoing revamp, which includes collaborating with Rankin for a second time and expanding into wholesale in 2016.

FEATURE£º The great hosiery comeback

Nov 04,

The hosiery market has been in decline for the last three years£¬ but thanks to exciting new product innovations£¬ such as sportswear-inspired compression tights and luxury socks containing natural fibres£¬ alongside the return of fashion tights on the catwalks in SS16£¬ this sector is expected to make a comeback.

Impact of Virtual Aesthetics on Sales

Oct 24,

An extensive background in luxury retail has certainly shown me the importance of visual impact. However£¬ visual impact is essential regardless of your product¡¯s price point. I notice quite often that the brick and mortar visual experience is not aligned with the online version. Other times£¬ both experiences are in need of visual interest to engage the customer and reinforce the brand. Below are...

Les Boudoirs Boutique

Oct 24,

Dr. Resnick has been a mental health practitioner for over 30 years£¬ offering services in clinical psychology£¬ a profession that is truly close to her heart. Yet£¬ out of her unwavering love for luxurious fabrics and deluxe intimate apparel£¬ she has coupled her far-reaching career with an evident love for the lingerie industry£¬ creating a business that not only provides her a sanctuary after he...

INTERVIEW£º Pour Moi£¿ founder Michael Thomson

Oct 20,

A decade on from launching British brand Pour Moi£¿£¬ founder Michael Thomson explains why his thriving lingerie and swimwear business is still unknown to many retailers and consumers

First Stitch£º Drake & Hutch

Jan 12,

Peter George McGuiness launched Drake & Hutch in 2010 shortly after graduating and while working for men¡¯s formalwear brand Charles Tyrwhitt. He spent three years developing the fit and feel of the underwear and officially launched the brand to the trade in SS14.

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