Katherine Hamilton debuts after name change

Independent UK designer and manufacturer Katherine Hamilton Intimates – which until recently traded as Bosom Galore – has revealed its debut collection for winter 2015.

The brand’s new portfolio consists of three distinct styles, each specially designed to offer optimal support and comfort for its unique size range of full bust and small band sizes from 26D to 34HH and 36G.

The non-padded ‘Sophia’ line is composed of vintage inspired black lace and silk, and includes high waist briefs and a skinny suspender, while the lightly padded ‘Louise’ line embraces the rise of erotic romance in the media and plays with the power dynamics of S&M.

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Meanwhile, the ‘Classique’ range in teal silk and delicate French lace is designed to showcases the decadence of jewel tones. The Classique has been created as a luxury essential that can be worn every day: a minimal cup with light padding and an elegant lace trim that sits flush against creates a smooth and seamless silhouette that is suitable under tight or thin clothing.

All of Katherine Hamilton designs respond to the variation of bra needs across their size range with 3 piece cups, 3×3 fastenings and wider straps for their larger sizes to promote smooth silhouettes and comfort.

The new collection is currently available for stockists to order and the collection will be available for customers to pre-order from khintimates.com in November, with stock arriving mid-December.

In the meantime, all Bosom Galore lingerie is available half price to both stockists and customers.

Speaking about the rebranding from Bosom Galore to Katherine Hamilton recently, the company stated: “We coined the name ‘Bosom Galore’ prior to developing our lingerie collection. As our designs have evolved however, and we’ve sought UK manufacture, luxury silks and lace we feel that the name is no longer representative of out collection. We feel that our new name ‘Katherine Hamilton Intimates’ better represents our luxury UK made designs.”



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