Christies Fall-Winter 2015 collection
A mix of sacred and profane for the Christies A/W 2015 collection, that, for the new season, proposes refined lingerie to be worn ‘under and out’. Precious and soft materials mingle in creations going far beyond the classic and timeless models that the company from Mantua has always offered.
Chantilly lace at times matched with comfortable microfiber for the most exclusive and impactful items of the new season, contrasting embroideries on a tulle background for a Tattoo effect, or laser-cut embroideries on flounces with light lace details and tone-on-tone stretch-lace creations for the most classic and highly wearable items, and then shiny silk with Chantilly insets for several precious lingerie pieces, soft bouclé and punto Milano for the most practical and functional home and outwear.
Underwire bras and triangle bras with padded shoulder-straps, carioca models, cut-out bodysuits, impalpable shrugs enriched with collars with button closure, see-through lace dresses caressing the ankles, down to waist-cinchers with straps enveloping the hips to make the most of the female curves and be matched with pretty panties, Brazilian panties, low-waist culottes and thongs with insets on the front or on the back for a subtle peek-a-boo game. Haute Couture structures to shed light on the most glamorous aspect of a woman, who can be simultaneously seductive, classy and refined. Daring proposals with unusual cuts and plunging necklines, where the original details alternate with softer creations for models aiming to grant a comfortable and practical fitting, though not relinquishing style and allure. Underwire bras with cup B, C and D, padded bras without underwire for support and utmost freedom, balconnet bras, triangle bras, different kinds of bodysuits and modal lingerie for a soft and pleasant feel. Bright and enticing shades – like scarlet, mud and purple – evergreen black and white as well as highly refined and romantic colour proposals, like crème and pearl grey, either tone-on-tone or in contrasting colours.
Creativity, research and uniqueness for items that are crafted “comme il faut”.