Bordelle founder Alexandra Popa has been listed as a finalist in the Entrepeneurial category of The Women of the Future Awards.
Going into its sixth year, the Awards aim to recognise high achieving individuals, under the age of 35, who have considerably added to and altered their industry.
The Entrepeneur of the Future award identifies and celebrates emergent entrepeneurs who ‘are really going places.’
Popa founded Bordelle in 2007. The brand seeks to bridge the gap between the creativity of the RTW collections and the ‘comparatively static’ intimate apparel industry.
It now spans internationally more than 75 accounts from Selfridges, London to Luisa via Roma, Italy and Lane Crawford, Hong Kong.
Celebrity ambassadors include the likes of RIhanna, Lara Stone, Britney Spears, Victoria Beckham and Lady Gaga.