Monday, March 2, 2015

The Sorbet Collection I Introducing Spring/Summer 2015


We are so excited to announce that our Spring/Summer 2015 Collection is now live - and we've been dying to show it to you!  It's a light and airy collection full of blush pink and powder blue, silk crepe de chine and crinkled chiffon, vintage lace, and of course, a few corsets paired with a new tulle skirt.


Our Sorbet Collection is a new take on the classic vintage look of Paris in the 1920s, with soft bralettes and waist high tap pants, sheer bedjackets, dressing gowns with waist high slits and delicate touches of lace and ruffles.  If you love the soft, feminine, romantic look, we just know that you'll fall in love with this!


We pulled our inspiration from the beautiful pastry windows lining this beautiful city, and the colors and images they inspire.  (And we know you will enjoy eating that strawberry macaron even more while dressed in our striped bralette and panty set!)

We are so honored that Laurie of the Lingerie Addict took a moment to peek at our new collection and share our lookbook on their blog.  She is such a sweet friend and we're so delighted by what she had to say. Take a minute to read the post for yourself here, and find a few more lookbook images - But in the meantime, here's a little peek:  "The best lingerie lookbooks are ones where the viewer can imagine themselves stepping into the model's place and being transformed by the lingerie itself." (Thank you Lori!) "The 1920s reference is more obvious in the bralettes and tap pants that are smartly tailored for ease of wear under modern fashions... These would be delightful to wear under full skirts in the summer when we're feeling quite ladylike." (We completely agree, and can't wait to try it out this summer on a glamorous stroll through Central Park!)


You can shop the full collection here, and be sure to let us know what your favorite piece is. Whether worn underneath, or in plain view, you most definitely have a glamorous summer ahead of you.



xoxo, Katherine

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