Ayten Gasson collaborates with burlesque performer

Ayten Gasson has collaborated with Burlesque performer Luna De Lovely to create a limited edition collection, capturing the gothic feel of the Victorian period on vintage inspired silk lingerie.

The delicate print has been digitally illustrated as a salute to the heroes of print and pattern of that era, such as William Morris.

Each piece has been hand screen printed in the designer’s studio in Brighton, England.

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Amanda Chapman-Bruce is a surface pattern designer based in London. She has had commissions for illustrative drawings, corporate logos, and print and pattern work for fashion, accessories and beauty.

By day, Chapman-Bruce works as a Homewards designer, creating products and patterns, but by evening she becomes Luna DeLovely and can be found singing on the burlesque circuit.

The ‘cheeky’ collection consists of an Eye Mask, High Waisted Knicker and Nipple Pasties.

Ayten Roberts, Ayten Gasson’s designer and founder, is a strong supporter of the British fashion industry and all of the label’s pieces have been manufactured in the UK since the label’s launch in 2005.

The Limited Edition Luna collection is available exclusively online at www.AytenGasson.com.




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