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Kilo Brava Spring 2024 Satin Collection




The Kilo Brava 2024 spring collection launches in February, and includes “eight unique groups/fabrications,” according to designer Kristin Bear.”


“The Lace Collection made with delicate black eyelash lace, the Satin Collection made with simulated silk satin and digitally printed with a painted peacock print, the Embroidery Collection made with delicate doll-inspired embroidered mesh, the Stretch Lace collection with stunning butterfly and floral appliques, the Embroidery Collection with multicolored pastel 3-D flowers, the Modal Collection made with premium modal fabric and a 90’s inspired floral trimmed with lace, A Rose Printed Lace Collection with contrast trims, and lastly a stunning Bridal Collection in white 3-d embroidery.”


“This season’s color palette,” Bear continued, “is multi colored pastels, and the collection is girly, sexy, and as always a bit whimsical.”


For this article, the designer focused on the Satin Collection, which ranges in wholesale prices from $16.00 to $62.00. Included are a bralette, flutter panty, sleep shirt, mini slip, maxi robe, and pajama set. “These are all customer favorite silhouettes and we have been producing them for a few years now, they sell very well.”


“This collection is printed on a super soft, simulated silk satin charmeuse fabric. We have been using it since our launch in 2019 and it’s very soft and feels very luxe. The price points are amazing compared to silk and it’s much easier to care for and feels very similar. This season, the styles are digitally printed with an exquisite peacock pattern and some styles are also trimmed with lace. The collection is made to mix and match styles and the bralette/panty styled with the maxi robe is a customer favorite look.” Sizes range from S to XXXL “in all styles as always!” Contact: kristin@kilobrava.com; 917-704-1920; www.kilobrava.com.

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