(Filed Under wholesale Lingerie News). In mid-May, California-based Fantasy Lingerie, showed its new collection of lingerie, bustiers, hosiery, corsets, as well as club wear for both men and women, at a fashion show at Manhattan’s Hudson Hotel. Models included a mix of playmates, fashion models, actresses and Heatherette apparel designer Richie Rich.
“Traditionally Fantasy has concentrated its designs on sexy lingerie and hosiery,” said national sales manager Mike Savage. “But this year we’re expanding into foundation pieces and upscale apparel to broaden our demographic appeal. And with the rave reviews that came after our first fashion show, there’s no doubt in my mind that the industry is more than ready for what Fantasy has planned!”
“Fantasy wanted to show buyers from all corners of the lingerie market what our brand new designs looked like in person, and reveal to the public how confident men and women feel wearing Fantasy lingerie and apparel,” continued Savage. “It was undeniable how sexy, excited and comfortable our models felt wearing Fantasy designs down the runway – and most of them asked to keep their corsets and club wear pieces to wear to the after party!”
The New York show is “the first of a series of showcases planned for the coming year, with the next runway show scheduled for downtown Los Angeles this fall,” according to a spokesperson. The May event was arranged by the ChancePlus1.com media team and JetSetNYC event planning services.
Models for the event included, according to Fantasy, “European playmate Alena Alexa, model/actress Jody Bradley, MAXIM Girl Laura Grace D’Angeli, European Playboy model Wioletta Pawluk, international super model Kristina Velkova, and model/actress Amanda Wagner.”
“We had 30 different models wearing our garments, and there were no clips or tape needed,” Savage claimed. “The garments fit and looked fantastic on their own, and I owe it all to my amazing design team. They’re the best in the business!”
Photography: Alan Barry
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