Love ur Look ‘pin-up pop-up shop’ 2018

Yesterday I went to visit the annual Pin-Up Pop-Up Shop organised by Ronke Fashola, the brains behind vintage-inspired ethical fashion brand Love ur Look. Each year she organises a pop-up featuring a selection of UK independent fashion brands with a vintage style, where you can meet the makers and try on a gorgeous selection of... Continue Reading →

Class of 2018: LCF Intimates catwalk event

I have kept a close eye on the London College of Fashion BA (Hons) Fashion Contour graduates since 2014* and was lucky enough to be invited along to the catwalk event organised by this year's graduating class. On Thursday 12th July, I headed to east London for an evening of lingerie, loungewear and swimwear, featuring... Continue Reading →

Angela Friedman is moving to London!

I've clearly not been paying enough attention to some of my favourite brands lately, because some news just popped up in the private Lingerie Addicts group on Facebook that I somehow missed last month... Angela Friedman is moving to London! This was announced on 8th January and is very exciting news for London-based lingerie addicts.... Continue Reading →

Dessous London: Lingerie for Autumn/Winter 2018

Last Thursday, I had the pleasure of attending the second Dessous London event where twenty four lingerie, sleepwear and accessories brands showed their Autumn/Winter 2018 collections to buyers. For this event, Dessous recruited Becky Mount (pictured below, with me and ZoŽ from Gilda & Pearl) to organise a bloggers lunch on the first day of... Continue Reading →

Review: ‘Fran’ by Adina Reay

I love discovering independent lingerie brands, especially when they make beautiful bras that fit me! Launched in 2015, Adina Reay is a UK-based luxury full bust brand which offers delicate looking yet wonderfully supportive bras in UK sizes 28DD to 36G. As I now own a complete set of Adina Reay lingerie, I thought I'd... Continue Reading →

Structural engineering you can wear

Whether or not you wear them, chances are you probably don't realise just how complicated bras are to design and how difficult they are to manufacture. Many people, confused by the low prices and speedy turnaround of fast fashion retailers, expect that all brands should offer all sizes and that anything over £20 is horribly... Continue Reading →

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