Independent lingerie brands Harlow & Fox and Karolina Laskowska have collaborated to bring a fresh take on boudoir lingerie to the fuller-bust market.
The new Aurora range is a luxe interpretation of boudoir lingerie, with bra styles designed to fit a core section of Harlow & Fox’s fuller-bust sizes (see below), with further size expansions on the horizon.
All garments were individually handmade by Karolina Laskowska in limited quantities, between Oslo and London, using hand wire wrapped freshwater pearls, cotton bobbinet tulle and the signature black Leavers lace from Harlow & Fox’s core Eleanor and Viola ranges, allowing for the mix and match styling.
The collaborative range includes quarter cup bras with lace cap sleeves, delicate ouvert briefs fastened with Jet Swarovski buttons, Laskowska’s signature strapping harnesses and chokers, 12-strap suspender belts, lace capes and steel-boned bobbinet tulle and lace corsetry.
The collection is available now from harlowandfox.com, with prices ranging from £155 for the quarter cup bra to £850 for the skirted lace and bobbinet tulle waspie.
Laskowska, who graduated with first class honours in Contour Fashion from De Montfort University, currently runs online lingerie museum The Underpinnings Museum alongside bespoke projects, after running her self-titled brand for five years.
Leanna Williams, creative director of Harlow & Fox, launched her label out of frustration for the lack of luxurious lingerie in fuller bust bra sizes and is now stocked in Europe, the US, Russia, Australia and the Middle East.
The brand is a finalist in the Small Business of the Year category in the 2018 UK Lingerie Awards.
The quarter cup bra style, featuring adjustable back straps, is available in sizes 30F/32E/34DD – 32G/34FF/36FF.