Disclosure: I bought this lingerie with my own money. All opinions are my own. Andres Sarda is one of those labels I’ve seen in a lot of luxury lingerie shops, but it’s never really caught my attention. The designs always looked pretty enough and the products well-made, but not particularly boundary pushing or exciting. Andres Sarda founded his eponymous lingerie brand in Barcelona, Spain in 1962; the family has a history […]
Disclosure: This set was purchased by The Lingerie Addict for the purpose of review. All opinions are my own. Chantal Thomass is hands down one of my all-time favourite luxury lingerie labels. The French designer’s eponymous label was founded in 1975, and although the company is now owned by the Chantelle group, Thomass still plays a prominent role in the brand. The company is is renowned for its flirtatious and […]
Disclosure: This lingerie set was purchased by The Lingerie Addict for review purposes. All opinions are my own. Editor’s Note: Our second review of Loveday London was published in response to comments made by the brand after our first review, which can be found here. Why We’re Reviewing Loveday London a Second Time Earlier this year, I reviewed the ‘Oncilla’ set by Loveday London. The lingerie was originally purchased at […]
Loveday London made a major splash when it first launched in 2014. From their debut collection, the brand’s aesthetic was developed and iconic. Their tagline, ‘Hardcore Romance,’ captured the label’s trademark pairing of harsh leather with soft laces, silks and embroideries. Loveday London’s imagery also evokes a lush and opulent lifestyle, with the lingerie styled alongside their coordinating product ranges of cushions, blankets and candles.
Fleur Du Mal is the brainchild of ex-Kiki De Montparnasse designer, Jennifer Zuccarini. The lifestyle brand offers a range of lingerie, loungewear, corsetry, swimwear, clothing and accessories. Launched in 2012, the brand now has an impressive range of stockists (including Net-A-Porter, Saks & Selfridges) and intends to open a physical store this year, presumably in the USA.