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It’s strange to think that despite writing dozens of lingerie reviews for The Lingerie Addict in over a decade, I somehow completely managed to neglect writing about Pillowbook Lingerie, one of my all time favourite lingerie brands. This label is an encapsulation of everything that I love about lingerie: beautiful designs that are an absolute joy to wear, and a celebration of true couture craft. Pillowbook Lingerie was founded in […]

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Disclosure: I paid for the garments in this review with my own money. All opinions are my own.  Fréolic London are a London based brand specialising in silk and French lace lingerie. The label has evolved since its debut collection, and no longer offers seasonal collections. In recent years it has shifted its focus to making their entire lingerie offering to order, with a high degree of customisation available to […]

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As a lingerie designer and maker, one of my greatest pet peeves is hearing bras dismissed as “just two small pieces of fabric.”  It totally disregards the complexities and skills required to create these garments, as well as just being factually incorrect! I’ve been running my lingerie brand for nearly a decade now, and still individually hand make my bra designs. It can easily take a few hours to create […]

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I’ve mentioned this once or twice on TLA, but I’m in love with the textile arts, especially embroidery. Long derided as women’s work (a way of devaluing the expertise and labor involved), I am fascinated by how simple threads can, over time, turn into art. It’s similar to the metamorphosis that turns thread into lace. I suppose, now that I think on it, this is the essence of fashion in […]

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Disclosure: The items in this review were purchased with my own money. All opinions are my own. I’ve had my eye on small-batch indie maker Serpent and Bow since getting a peek at their moon phases indigo design here in 2017. I was immediately drawn to the hand-batiked designs and the rich, shifting shades of indigo. Furthermore, while the word sturdy is not one we often associate with lingerie, there […]

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