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We know it's just getting cold and it might be time to cave to the weather and start buying flannel, but Stella McCartney's spring lingerie collection rolls out today. The silhouette of this line is inspired by 1920s and 1950s lingerie interpreted in a palette of neutrals and pale shades like dusty pink and lavender with vintage style details, custom embroidery and retro gold hardware. McCartney's spring collection is gathered into 15 groups named after women "in cheeky situations" like Rosie Plotting, Eva Scampering, Billie Twirling and Ines Sneaking.
"I feel women are in the right place now where they are a little bit more confident about their bodies in general, and don’t necessarily wear lingerie to only allure men. It’s more about making ourselves happy and about addressing our needs, while also expressing our sexuality," McCartney said. The new collection ranges in price from $40 for briefs to around $150 for a chemise or bodysuit.
· Stella's Cheeky Take on Lingerie [WWD]