Agent Provocateur Soiree is the brand’s fourth Fall/Winter 2015 season lookbook that includes “demi-couture” lingerie
The exquisite lingerie manufacturer Agent Provocateur takes the notion of the erotic role play to the whole new level. The brand’s theatrical collection Soiree promises to transform even the modest lady into the burlesque star in the theater with one admirer. The collection is the tribute to an American singer, actress, and fashion icon Cher and her stylish outfits aka intricately-crafted scraps of fabulous nothingness.
There are tail feathers for the shaking, tassels for the twirling and sequins to shimmy the nights away.
Agent Provocateur’s look book dazzles and stuns the Hungarian model Eniko Mihalik strips down to her lingerie while posing in a theater, with bodysuits, corsets and lingerie separates photographed by Sebastian Faena. Much of the Soiree collection features the hyper glam bras, knickers, seductive suspender and the elegant satin and lace lingerie dresses that can make any woman feel and look like a star.
The new Agent Provocateur Autumn-Winter 2015 range celebrates the showgirl in all women. Of course, the British lingerie brand won’t offer ladies feather boas for private performances but it prepared something exquisite instead : the Yolanda scarf crafted from luxurious Mongolian lambswool with a mohair lining. Purchased for $1,190, the scarf comes in timeless nude or mysterious black and can complement any outfit, like the glamorous Dimiya ($3,990), a floor-sweeping dress in heavy French Guipere embroidery with a cire finish and the Bellatrix patent heel, $895 designed by Charlotte Olympia for Agent Provocateur.
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