Carlin International : SS 2010 Lingerie Trends - Lingerie or Ready-To-Wear... It's a Bustier or nothing!
Pascale, in your opinion, what is the most important piece of lingerie for Spring 2010?
With out a doubt, it’s the bustier.
The strapless top shape is a knowing combination of bra and corset. It’s shorter than a corset and doesn’t go beyond the navel.
Thanks to this particularity, it is often worn without straps, which makes it an ideal product for summer; it easily adapts to all ready-to-wear necklines.
The catwalks appropriated this piece of lingerie, using it in tops or dresses, without straps or on one shoulder.
How do you wear a bustier?
We suggest 4 ways of varying the bustier, with uses that are very different.
The first is a strapless bandeau shape, here in very transparent, graphic lace. The shape is architectural, very refined and just high-cut enough to adapt to RTW bandeau-bustier shapes. Its vocation is to be forgotten, all while remaining very feminine.
Secondly, we have a square neckline, very well suited to sundresses with wide straps and that also have a corsage cut-out.
Third, we have a « Modesty » cut-out. This shape has been studied to slip under very plunging necklines and to veil notches that are too pronounced. It’s not always easy to take on a neckline open to the navel! Using check shirting like a top also gives a connotation that is less “lingerie”.
Last, we have a product to really be worn as an over-under top, influenced by the apron shape, in embroidered cotton. And that’s why the bustier will be the must for our summer 2010 wardrobes!
Pascale Briand, Lingerie stylist - Carlin International
Sources : Carlin International
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