(Filed Under wholesale Lingerie News). Baci Lingerie and Envy Menswear will both be in booth 203 at the upcoming International Lingerie Show in Las Vegas at the end of the month, and both collections will feature many new styles.
New designs from Baci’s While Label line include “daring boudoir-style items like waspies, garter belts, night dresses, and more,” according to a company announcement. Helle Panzieri, international sales director, explained, “The juxtaposition of romance and sensuality in the design of the new White Label release really points to the spirit of Baci Lingerie. Baci strives to create beautiful, evocative pieces that inspire women to express every part of themselves.”
In addition to both the new and returning bestsellers from the White Label group, the company’s women’s groups on display at the show will include After Dark Hosiery by Baci, Masq and Dreams bedroom costumes and hosiery.
Envy Menswear’s new male model, Ajdin Sefer, will be in attendance at the ILS to show new items from the line. Panzieri, who is also international sales director for the men’s collections, said, “We are thrilled to bring Ajdin to Vegas for his ILS debut as “Mr. Envy.” Attendees will have the opportunity to view the new items on a fit model in person − the very person featured on the box! The presence of “Mr. Envy” himself will only reinforce the quality and sex appeal depicted in the product imagery, and we look forward to the opportunity to further educate customers about these new styles.”
According to the company, Envy “will showcase 11 new SKUs of stylish, comfortable, well-made male intimate wear, the first release of new styles to include everyday underwear, fashion intimates, and, down the line, sexy costumes.”
The new Envy Menswear will be available to order from Xgen Products starting April 1, and Xgen’s sales staff will be at booths #203 and #216 to take pre-orders during ILS.
To make an appointment with Helle Panzieri, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 877-450-9436.
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