(Filed Under wholesale Lingerie News). French fetish designer Patrice Catanzaro will be back at the International Lingerie Show in Las Vegas (April 4-6) with several new apparel and lingerie collections.
After exhibiting successfully at many of the recent ILS shows, the designer missed the last event, which began at the end of August, 2015, due to a conflict with the Montreal Fetish Weekend, where he is one of the most prominent participants.
According to a Catanzaro spokesperson, the designer is “currently working on a collection lingerie boudoir which will be ready in September. This collection is full of net, loops, lacing and superpositions of different fabrics. And again lots of net!” He is working on a new latex group, and she added, “For the ILS, Patrice will present officially and exclusively his new collections: Tome 13 and volume 6 of “Les Ptites Folies” but also his new men’s collection.”
Catanzaro is sold in a number of shops in the United States, and continues to add new locations. We asked him to list and describe some of the pieces he would recommend to retailers here who want to try the line in their own stores.
The list begins with the “Chloe” dress, described by his spokesperson as “an excellent choice for your best, beautiful night. Made of a sensual Lycra,” the dress is composed of “three distinguished fabrics which enhance your female curves. Its sensuality is even more distinguished by the deep bare back. A leather like material forms a distinct collar neckline. Soft sparkling material is gathered from the top creating gentle folds which heighten the chest volume. The fabric is gathered again at a curvy cut waistline. The smooth Lycra is varied with a tighter stretchy netting on both sides of the waist, offering support and comfort while further distinguishing the waist line of a feminine form. Falling just below the knee, this black and white dress will give you an elegant and sexy, chic style.” Many of the dresses are offered in sizes from SMALL to XXL.
Catanzaro also recommended his “Osisko” wet look dress, which “combines transparency and elegance. This dress will be your instrument to bring out the star in you.” The dress incorporates “soft small of leather like lozenges that cascade and dangle,” with netting, to create a look of “originality and sensuality. Falling just below the knee, its full length outlines the body curves. The front zipper permits opening and closing,” allowing the wearer to reveal as much as she wants.
“XI’AN” is an “asymmetric wet look dress inspired by Asia.” The kimono-like garment includes a “single long sleeve,” and combines “black and a metallic plum color wet look fabric.”
“XI’AN’s originality is even more distinguished with a long zipper running down the whole length of the dress. With two zipper slides running from the top and the bottom, it offers a multitude of different settings and openings. This double opening zipper adds an artistic touch of playfulness and class-A trademark of Patrice Catanzaro.”
Other recommendations are the “Mademoiselle A” dress and skirt. The short, wet look dress can be worn alone or with the long, transparent skirt. The “semi-transparency and volume” of the skirt can, according to the spokesperson, “intrigue and awaken desire,” and can be unzipped “to easily fall away to reveal the short sexy dress underneath.”
The “eccentric open back” is “decorated with short ruffled lace” and “is delicately detailed with three thin straps attached together and adorned with a jewel pendant designed by Catanzaro.”
For men, the designer recommended stores start with his “Paul” collection of pants, tops and boxers. “This complete set for men is trademarked with a perforated leather-like material specially designed by Catanzaro.” The pants are worn with a wet look top, which includes a “band of perforated leather material across the chest.”
“The wonderful boxer is equipped with three zipper slides. You can let your imagination run free,” declared the designer’s spokesperson. This set is manufactured in sizes from small to XXL.
In other news, Catanzaro has just started working with the AAPD distributorship in Hendon, Australia (7 Butler Drive, Hendon Common 5014 SA Hendon) and has started retailing his collection at Adult Superstore (49 Morphett Street Adelaide, SA 5000).
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