(Filed Under wholesale Lingerie News). Coquette has introduced, in its 2017 Main Collection, its “first ever metal-boned corsets,” in both regular and plus size versions according to spokesperson Heather Stockton.
“The 7105 corset (and plus size version 7105X) features black lace over a stunning deep purple satin with twill lining and a removable ribbon belt. The 7130 corset (and plus size version 7130X) features black lace over silver satin with twill lining and has beautiful velvet details. We kept the classic silhouettes on these pieces but added a modern touch with removable straps and garters. Both styles are available in sizes small to 3X/4X.”
Stockton added, “We’ve also added a few new designs inspired by 90’s highly structured glam. Style 7092 (and plus size version 7092X) is a sexy stretch knit and fishnet paneled bustier featuring bold geometric lines and overlays. The 7093 (and 7093X) babydoll and matching g-string from the same line are equally sexy and showcase the strappy, textured look that is so trendy right now.”
Coquette’s Main Collection catalog for 2017 has just been mailed. Stockton summarized some of the key themes: “Thick netting and bold seams express a youthful playfulness, while romantic pinks convey a delicate femininity. Ornate eyelash lace adds elegance and class to traditional silhouettes and soft blue hues give a new face to the “something blue” bridal tradition. Each unique line in Coquette’s 2017 collection seeks to capture the latest trends by making them not only wearable as lingerie, but easily incorporated into day and nighttime looks.”
Asked about changes for 2017, Stockton noted, “we reduced the number of sections in the catalog by amalgamating our Spellbound, La Petite Coquette and Spring/Summer collections into our Main book. The catalog is only slightly shorter than our 2016 book, but with no fewer pieces. We’ve increased our accessories line and also increased our Diva line as the plus size trend continues to take off. Our 2017 Main book was shot mostly in New Orleans where our team took over the famous Lucifer Suite in the Saint Hotel. The decadent furnishings and luxurious interior design of the hotel presented us with the perfect backdrop to our new pieces.” — NM
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