The Lingerie Collective returns this summer for its 6th season with a wonderful and exclusive line up of independent lingerie & swimwear brands. The event will take place at The Chiltern Street studios in the heart of London’s Marylebone. SS14 will see established brands such as Fleur of England, Damaris and Marlies Dekkers returning to the event and emerging brands as Felice Art Couture, Undone and Velvette ensuring the continued drive of newness and innovation The Lingerie Collective is known for.
Fleur of England
Some of the brands confirmed at the event are Beautiful Bottoms, Belle et Bon Bon, Bikini Fling, Blue Bella, Damaris, Darkest Star, Dentelle Etc., Felice Art Couture, Fleur of England, Fraulein Kink, Marlies Dekkers, Madame Supertrash, MC Lounge, Mimi Holliday, Mouille, Olivia von Halle, Resultwear, Something Wicked, Sumarie, Underprotection, Undone and Velvette.
Kelly Isaac, founder of The Lingerie Collective said: “When we launched The Lingerie Collective back in 2009 it was always intended to be a small boutique event focussed on supporting the independent directional brands that were driving innovation. It’s been amazing to watch the event grow so successfully over the past five years and taking it to NYC this year was an unbelievable experience, and a personal goal of mine that I was delighted to have achieved. What NYC did make us realise is that the past few seasons have seen the event grow to a size where it’s becoming less boutique, and we decided that for SS14 we wanted to achieve that same level of intimacy with the London show as we had done in NYC and in our original days. All brands and buyers know that the two seasons differ quite a bit and we felt that if we were going to change the format at all then SS is the right time to do that, with AW likely seeing the continued volume of strong brands in a larger setting – it’s nice to mix things up a bit and The Chiltern Street Studios are a fabulous venue – they also have a strong press arm and will be supporting the event on the PR side of things.”
Olivia von Halle