New Beginnings

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sunriseI am off to Las Vegas this weekend for the Curve Lingerie show and I have to say that I am actually looking forward to it. Besides the anticipation of seeing new ideas from established sources, there is always the hope of discovery. Many designers will be showing for the first time and, of course, there is that quintessential west coast vibe.
I could use an infusion of sunlight, color and positive energy. It’s raining again in New York City.

Before I go, though, I wanted to tell you about one bright spot on the horizon, Fleur’t Lingerie.

This charming and flirty line of Intimates is a perfect balance of casual comfort and feminine allure.  Known for their signature rayon knits combined with pretty, rich laces, Fleur’t ventures forth this month with the introduction of soft nylon tulle overlaid with Italian lace in lush fall colors. This provocative and fresh twist on classic lingerie provides faith in the power of new beginnings. So well received for fall 2009, Fleur’t will expand their tulle selection for spring 2010. This beautiful chemise from the Mon Amour collection is available in chocolate and rosewood and will be delivered to boutiques this September.

Style # 4165 is available at:Mon Amour Chemise - 4165MO

La Petite Coquette, New York City

Bella Fine, Summit, New  Jersey

La Mode, Houston, Texas

Tina Demel, Roslyn, N.Y.





“WITH EACH SUNRISE, WE START ANEW”

 

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2 Discussion to this post

  1. Zulie says:

    Ellen, Love your blog, and love the beautiful way it’s written.
    Hope all is well. Have fun in vegas! Zulie

  2. Deirdre and Annette says:

    We are the owners of a clothing and lingerie shop in Brooklyn. We carry Fleurt and we agree with you, The line is very exciting and the fabrics are soft and beautiful. Otto Brooklyn

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