Fraulein Annie brings louche 60s glamour to lines

Fraulein Annie has drawn inspiration from the bohemian glamour of the 60s and 70s for next year’s spring/summer lingerie collection.

Warm earthy colours, ballet, and airy colours – particularly nudes – are featured throughout the line up.

Fraulein Annie director, Frauke Nagel, says the company’s lingerie continues to draw inspiration from music, film, art and places; all translated into glamorous, easy-to-wear styles.

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The current bestselling range, Falling in Love (named after Marlene Dietrich’s famous song from the film Blue Angel) is made up of romantic, vintage inspired lace & satin pieces.

A new colour combination of tangerine and almond has been added for next season – inspired by warm colours of Moroccan sun and sand.

Bye Bye mein Herr (a reference from Liza Minelli’s Cabaret musical is more simple and graphic in silky smooth microfibre and selvedge mesh; the contrasting grosgrain trim highlights it’s architectural structure. It comes in Black/Smoke and Almond/Ivory.

Don’t say Sie (another Marlene Dietrich homage) is a modern take on traditional shapewear with a stunning mesh stripe in black/gold and a glamorous guipure trim, giving it a strong Art Deco feel.




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