Stand tall and proud, knowing you’ve got a sexy secret underneath your clothes.
Besides the usual go-to brands like La Perla and Victoria’s Secret, here are 8 other lingerie brands that you’ll want to keep close to your skin.
Bad girls, she’s got your back. RiRi’s very first lingerie line was launched this year in May (2018), and she’s got everything from bralettes to corsets that fit a wide range of women — from BBWs to rawboned, slender lil’ things. Like her make-up range, Savage features a number of colourways, which cater to a variety of skin tones. And the styles are fierce.
Rihanna told Vogue: “You can be cute and playful one week and a black widow next week… I want people to wear Savage x Fenty and think, I’m a bad bitch. I want women to own their beauty”.
Starting out as a small corset-making business before becoming one of the world’s most internationally renowned lingerie labels, we believe that Triumph’s success story is due to its notion of “support”.
This German undergarment maker’s firm belief in empowering women on an everyday basis is translated into their line of bras, panties and sports series — by supporting all women at every level, from physical to emotional.
Madame Simone Pérèle was a corset-maker who opened her workshop in 1948. Its 1955 slogan, “Choosing a Pérèle is never innocent” cemented it as a lingerie brand that offered up not just underwear, but tools of seduction. Today, the House of Pérèle aims to promote that very French mentality of embracing what you’re born with. You wear its lingerie, then peel it off to reveal the perfection underneath.
The line includes bras, briefs, bodysuits and nightwear, and is something you should own if you wish to free the “audacious woman that you have inside of you”.
Burlesque-styled bottoms, bullet bras and sexy corsets are built with the ethos of “all things playful, flirty and even a little bit dirty”. We love that the London-based online brand has a Curve line.
Busty girls, their bras come in sizes that run up to 44G, and nightwear goes to size UK28.
Heidi “The Body” Klum is all about female empowerment. And this means that every woman at every stage of her life should feel strong, and supermodel-fabulous. “I am also a woman whose body has changed over the years,” Klum, 45, said in a press release for her Intimates line. “I am a mother of four children so I genuinely understand the importance of finding the right lingerie. I want women everywhere to feel sexy, empowered and confident in my collection every time they wear it.”
True to her word, her line that was launched in 2014 is filled with pieces of delicate laces, soft silks, comfortable modals and microfiber, and emanates femininity and elegance.
The iconic British lingerie line founded by Joseph Corré and Serena Rees in 1994 is known for its provocative notes and intricate craftsmanship. Think luxury laces and glamorous cuts for the sex kitten / playful temptress. We are having a major bra-crush on one of the brand’s bestsellers, the Demelza.
Agent P. also has a great range of swimwear, and a diffusion line by celeb sisters Penelope and Monica Cruz.
Perhaps one of the biggest high-end lingerie labels in China, this brand got its start in 1993. It actually owns and works with a professional ergonomic institute to gather data so that it can create lingerie specifically for the Asian body.
You’ll find traditional Chinese elements built into some undergarments, but the look is far from old-school. Expect modern sophistication and elegance in contemporary styles.
Founded by local gal Kate Low, the designs at Perk by Kate are made to fit the Asian woman’s dimensions. The line offers an expansive range, from convertible and eyelash lace bras to three-way bodysuits and silk loungewear. This brand keeps in mind the modern woman who wants thoughtfully-crafted pieces.
Perk offers alterations and, if you ask, custom-made lingerie.