(Filed Under wholesale Lingerie News). With mirror-finish silk, sparkling threads, bows and lace with a cobweb feel, Lou Paris described its fall/winter 2011 collection as boasting “a fairyland feel.”
Included are five new fashion groups called Fee d’Hiver, L’Inattendue, Baiser Vole, Barock’n’roll and L’Impatient, as well as one replenishment range and two groups carried over from last year, with each group containing six to eight styles. According to Amy Brandman, division manager of BL Intimate Apparel, the Montreal-based supplier of Lou Paris in North America, this makes for a larger collection than last season’s. Panties retail from $35 to $89, and bras from $90 to $130. Select styles run up to a size 42F.
Once again, Lou Paris drew inspiration from ready-to-wear trends, which Brandman said are reflected in small bows, buttons and color choices. “The Barock’n’roll collection is the first time we have a skin-toned line that has khaki tones and a black and dark blue combination. Both are inspired by ready-to-wear collections,” she said.
Other highlights are Lou’s first long dress, seen in Fee d’Hiver. This range also encompasses a variety of corsetry items, including a short bustier top. The L’Impatient group is inspired by menswear with prints that resemble a tie.
U.S. retailers carrying Lou Lingerie include Anthropologie, Intimacy and Bra Smyth.
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