Ender Legard Corsetry by Corsetier Asia Smaga is launching in Harrods, this month.
Smaga launched Ender Legard Corsetry in 2004 and quickly captured the imagination of press and buyers alike.
It has featured regularly in the likes of Vogue, Tatler and Harpers Bazaar, and has been stocked by retailers such as Browns Fashions, Net-a-Porter and Barneys NY.
Smaga admits to being greatly inspired by Coco Chanel and refers often to old world elegance to evoke ‘a new luxury’.
Each Ender Legard garment is individually crafted to offer bust support, whilst keeping the minimalist functionality of fine lingerie.
Corsetier Smaga said: “My corsetry skills have been honed since the age of 7 where I was trained in the fine art at my family’s corsetry studio in Poland. Today my designs offer the perfect solution for women seeking both luxury and functionality. My garments work perfectly as corsetry is intended yet without the excessive rigidity associated with a traditionally boned corset. In my dresses, which compliment my corsetry perfectly, you will simply feel and look amazing!”
Ender Legard Corsetry can be worn both as lingerie an outerwear. The minimalistic silk pieces act are also designed to work as foundation garments, beneath evening dresses, and are suited towards both bridal and red carpet events.
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