Holiday Spotlight: Myla London ‘Isabella’ Collection

  It’s Friday again which means it is time for our Holiday Spotlight. For this week, we recommending Myla London ‘Isabella’ Collection for some holiday gift inspiration. Myla has been one of my favorites for a while now and their … Continue reading

Holiday Spotlight: Vamp it up with Playful Promises

In celebration of the end of a long hard work week, I decided to add something extra for all my vixens this holiday season. Every Friday from now until Christmas, I will post the Holiday Spotlight that will be my … Continue reading

Seductive: Lascivious AW 2012 ‘Lola’ Collection

By now, my vixens should know that I have a love affair with the lingerie brands from across the pond. After all, I did an entire post just dedicated to the designers making their mark in the world of intimates … Continue reading

Amazing: Agent Provocateur Gives Back with Lingerie London 2012

While everyone is dealing with the Hurricane Sandy on the east coast and celebrating Halloween elsewhere, the streets of London were buzzing with an inticing, show stopping runway show from our favorite raunchy lingerie maven, Agent Provocateur. The British lingerie powerhouse … Continue reading

International Love: British Lingerie Brand Charini Debuts SS 12 Collection

As London Fashion Week nears it’s end, we have a moment of nostalgia at all the beautiful fashion we got to see in the past few days. Of course, we took some extra time of any lingerie lovers displaying their latest collection to British fashionistas. Our search leads us Sri-Lankan designer Charini Suriyage and her ethical lingerie line.

 

Charini, known for their contemporary twist on vintage and timeless lingerie designs, was one of the featured lingerie designers at London Fashion Week. When we took a look at her designs, we were in awe at the luxurious hand-crafted designs. The brand’s philosophy is “Our philosophy is to create real luxury through celebrating design, reviving heritage crafts in Sri Lanka, considering the welfare of the environment and ultimately eliminating metal, plastics or harmful dyeing…”. Not only can women invest in timeless pieces, they can assured that their money is being used to better communities in the designer’s home country of Sri Lanka. The designer works together with communities of manufacture traditional crafts helping to revitalized a dying industry in the country while helping to stimulate income for these communities. She says her ideal client is the “sophisticated woman who appreciate beauty and luxury…” and we can see how those women would fall in love with her elegant, rich designs.

 

Until the next time,

xoxo The Vixen