(Filed Under wholesale Lingerie News). High-end Romanian lingerie brand I.D. Sarrieri continues to craft upscale lingerie looks with its autumn/winter 2011 and spring/summer 2012 looks.
I.D. Sarrieri launched in 1992 when designer Lulia Dobrin purchased a 55-year-old luxury lingerie factory in Bucharest, Romania. Dobrin’s haute couture designs caught on internationally and the brand is now sold in over 35 countries around the world and has a celebrity following. Sarrieri styles are crafted in and ship from the Bucharest factory, using fabrics, trim and embellishments imported from France and Italy.
Aimed at fashion-oriented women aged 25 to 55, I.D. Sarrieri’s autumn/winter looks are created with a neutral palette, including camel, caramel, beige, brown, white, black and muted jewel tones. Blending, twisting and printing the yarns and fabrics creates unique textures, while floral embroidery, Chantilly lace and Swarovski crystals add even more glamour. The spring/summer collection’s mix of pastels and brights give the collection a warm-weather feel, while burlesque-inspired styles embellished with white lace, black tulle, Swarovski crystals and tattoo-like embroidery keep the collection sensual and exotic.
Sizes range from 32 to 38, A to D for molded, padded push-up styles; 32 to 38, B to D for triangle bras, bralettes and bandeaus; and 32 to 38, C to E for full-cup bras. Matching panty styles encompass butterfly briefs, V-strings and thongs in sizes S to L. Wholesale prices for bras are in the range of approximately $80 to $140, with a recommended retail range of $175 to $300. Panties wholesale for approximately $40 to $90 with a recommended retail range of $100 to $200. Embellished bodysuits and robes start at approximately $250 with a recommended retail range of $600 and up.
I.D. Sarrieri styles are available in the United States through upscale boutiques and online retailers including BHLDN, Journelle and NancyMeyer.com.
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