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I.D. Sarrieri Spring/Summer 2015

ID Sarrieri SS15 50 Shades of Grey Bustier

It's incredibly exciting when a lingerie brand straddles the line between classic elegance and high-fashion drama. Romanian luxury label, I.D. Sarrieri, gracefully blends extravagant fabrics with directional shapes to create incredibly chic collections that are at once effortlessly stylish and excitingly daring. As with their A/W 2014 collection, we are treated to exaggerated shapes, couture construction techniques, and some of the most gorgeous laces imaginable. If you thought their last black and white campaign was stunning, in color these pieces are a feast for the eyes.

I.D. Sarrieri's incredible attention to detail transforms luxurious laces into pieces that are absolutely dreamy. Pewter lace is cut and mirrored in the panels of the bustier above and seems to hug the skin when floating over sheer mesh. Flared boning creates baby panniers and works to accentuate the curve of hips. The scalloped edge of the lace is placed to perfection atop molded underwire cups (and is mirrored in the matching briefs that utilize a sheer panel below the front waistband to showcase the scalloped edge).

Delicate Chantilly laces are flaunted to great effect against the sheerest of tulles. Nearly transparent robes, dresses, and half slips feature stunning lace appliques. I love the effect of the "La Rose Blanche" half slip over the "La Rose Noir" bra and high waisted brief. Where the fabrics layer the briefs become almost blue, and the fluted top edge of the briefs peeks out to provide textural interest and contrast. Gorgeous! And how amazing is that bell shaped dress with sweeping sleeves? This 1960s referenced piece could be worn as outerwear or, more dramatically, in the boudoir as a modern day peignoir.

ID Sarrieri SS15 La Robe Noire Robe ID Sarrieri SS15 La Robe Noire and Blanche ID Sarrieri SS15 Boudoir Collection

Chantilly laces are used throughout the collection, going beyond basic blacks to include the silvered pewter above, as well as pale blushes, soft corals, tropical greens, and gilded golds. There are several bodysuit variations in this range, and you'll note that lace placement is used to set off shoulders, upper backs, and décolletages. The black lace bodysuit shown below has a seamed bodice and plunging neckline that is paired with a separate harness accessory for graphic linear interest and contrast against the lace. Just lovely.

ID Sarrieri SS15 La Robe Noire and La Belle ID Sarrieri SS15 La Robe Noire ID Sarrieri SS15 La Belle Bodysuit ID Sarrieri SS15 Carribean Escapade ID Sarrieri SS15 Macaron Delicieux Bodysuit

Screen Shot 2016-05-19 at 12.58.31 PM ID Sarrieri SS15 As Precious As Gold ID Sarrieri SS15 50 Shades of Grey Bodysuit ID Sarrieri SS15 La Robe Noir Dress ID Sarrieri SS15 La Robe Noir BodysuitID Sarrieri SS15- Good Girl, Bad Girl ID Sarrieri SS15 - Good Girl Bad GirlI.D. Sarrieri steps away from laces for some of the most dramatic pieces in the collection. As with last season's "Fleur" range, fantastic volume is achieved by incorporating a slim inner layer of foam between stretch satins. There are flounces, frills, and decorative shoulder pieces. Shimmering emerald green is given edge with rows of strapping and hardware. Pale blush is heavily embellished with Swarovski crystals on the aptly named "Poudre d'Etoiles" (Powder of Stars). The detachable shoulder pieces balance the volume of the peplum on this magnificent bustier. And lastly, burnished satins come alive when encrusted with rows of specially made Swarovski elements that look like molten gold. This is glam armor for today's take-no-prisoners woman.

ID Sarrieri SS15 - Fleur Front ID Sarrieri SS15- Fleur Back ID Sarrieri SS15 Poudre d'Etoiles ID Sarrieri SS15 You're Next CollectionWhat do you think of I.D. Sarrieri's Spring/Summer 2015 collection? Do you prefer lace or embellishment? Do you have a favorite look from the campaign images?

Laurie Shapiro

Laurie Shapiro is the former owner and designer of the luxury lingerie label, Toad Lillie. Based in Seattle, WA, she now helps lingerie businesses engage their customers through brand communications and social media.

13 Comments on this post

  1. Gretchen says:

    I want the green bra and panty sooooooooooooooooooo bad WHERE DO I FIND? PLEASE TELL ME!!

  2. Nicole Roberts says:

    So happy you featured this collection. I have not seen a more innovative yet timelessly beautiful lingerie design, perhaps ever. Incredible!

  3. OMG! That emerald is one of the truest gem colours I’ve had the pleasure to witness. Just stunning!

  4. Avigayil says:

    OMG! I better start saving my pennies because this collection is STUNNING. <3

  5. Amber says:

    Wow…this collection is everything! I want it all. Maybe one of my top 5 favorite SS collections of the year!

  6. Michelle says:

    I love most of the pieces individually, especially the blue lace body but they don’t seem to fit together as a collection for me. I can’t see the same customer wearing these looks

  7. wendybien says:

    I’m picturing Beyonce and Rihanna respectively in the last 2 ensembles. I can’t really see myself rocking the mini panniers etc. on the school run but these would make stunning stage costumes! My favorite is the very first set, because it shows up distinctly steel blue on my screen. Is it really pewter instead?

    • Laurie says:

      Hi Wendy, Thanks so much for commenting! That lace is just gorgeous, but it’s hard to determine the color. It’s from their “50 Shades of Grey” collection, but it looks like a silvered, steel blue, pewter color. Either way, it’s really unusual and lovely.

  8. J.French says:

    Probably the least sexy lingerie I’ve ever seen. It looks like the Mad Hatter at Alice’s teaparty.

  9. Kaila Yu says:

    My favorite is definitely that green! Anything in that green is killer and definitely that solid gold look at the end

    • Laurie says:

      Hi Kaila, Thanks so much for stopping by. I agree, that emerald green color is just fantastic! That strappy set is the back of a longline bra that’s serious in the front and party in the back :)

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