From left: Lingerie styles from In Bloom by Jonquil, Marlies Dekkers, and Amulette.
Every gal’s got a drawer full of Hanky Panky thongs, but sometimes she needs something a little more special. Meet three new lingerie lines making intimates that are so much more than just underthings.
In Bloom by Jonquil
Launched in 1980 by Diane Samandi, the inspiration behind In Bloom by Jonquil lingerie is rooted in old Hollywood glamour and vintage design. Delicate lace mingles with intricate details, making each piece feel luxe.
A pioneer of the innerwear-as-outerwear trend, Dutch designer Marlies Dekkers is internationally known for her innovative creations. Marlies Dekkers lingerie plays with lines in a way rarely seen in intimates, accentuating every curve on the female form.
Amulette lingerie is out to recover the delicacy of romance. Designed by Johanna Isaac and inspired by the country that all but invented lingerie, France, Amulette pieces are sentimental yet alluring, and they invite the wearer to escape the ordinary.