Independent brand Emma Harris has unveiled the inspirations behind its latest made-in-Britain lingerie collection.
Launching to trade at Dessous London this week, the collection has been developed at Emma Harris’ atelier in Ilkeston, Derbyshire.
New lines include Renée, which is inspired by French luxury jewellery maker Lalique. The brand’s signature swirly shapes are echoed through the range’s opulent pleating and eyelash frames.
Early 20th century silhouettes are explored via vintage style lingerie and bias-cut loungerie complemented by a decadent kimono-inspired robe.
Emma Harris has also reinvented its popular Signature range for AW18 in a soft shade of gold.
Signature is designed to reflect the brand’s ethos of producing luxurious garments that are elegant, well-fitting and meticulously made to stand the test of time.
Another new collection launching for AW18 is Theodora. This evokes early 20th century lines and motifs found in architecture, interior design and fashion.
Smooth silk satin sits next to soft sheer mesh, all arranged in graphic shapes. Further contrast is added by carefully inserted linear lace panels.
Additional twists like the double shoulder straps or double-ended suspender clips give a contemporary look to this Art Nouveau-inspired range.