Lise Charmel Luxury French Lingerie

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When it comes to luxury lingerie, no brand defines “Savoir Faire” quite like the French fashion house, Lise Charmel. Renowned for their state-of-the-art design studio, this trend setter produces 24 separate fashion groups per year. Using combinations of the world’s finest fabrics, laces, embroideries, and guipure trims, the styles created in the Lise Charmel atelier are cherished for their unparalleled beauty, fit, and sensual allure.

COLLECTION AJOURAGE PETALE

Lise Charmel’s singular savoir-faire in designing guipure styles. Collection Ajourage Petale features stunning foliage design totally in line with 2016 graphic trends: legibility, precision, a vision of nature with rich, delicate lines.
~ Shiny threads on-trend for 2016
The guipure-effect embroidery is executed on a “tattoo” tulle to enable a maximum amount of transparency . Despite its fineness, this tulle remains resistant and very soft when worn. Tight, dense stitching brings substance to the motifs. This guipure is calendered to bring up the delicate sheen.

COLLECTION DANSE DES LIANES

Inspired by the radiant LIGHT ON THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA, Collection Danse Des Lianes is made of extremely soft guipure and little flowers embroideries delicately position to better underline the guipure.

COLLECTION GLAMOUR SOIE

Throughout Lise Charmel’s design history, the brand has excelled on all types of silk corsetry and lingerie. Collection Gamour Soir features luxurious styles with attractive, ingenious combinations of silk and Leavers lace or silk and embroidery, etc A colour range at the heart of trends.
~ Very contemporary, stylised embroidery with design-inspired motifs.
~ Laser-cutting technology.

With its spirit of haute couture, LISE CHARMEL has become a by-word
for luxury French lingerie throughout the world.

 

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