Online fashion retailer Little Black Dress has taken stock of emerging hosiery brand Bianca Miller London.
The retailer follows in the footsteps of Selfridges and My Tights in stocking the brand, which offers a range of skin tone hosiery in eight shades, from ‘powder’ to ‘mocha’.
Ex-Apprentice contestant Bianca Miller established the brand in response to a fruitless search a pair of tights in her skin tone.
Working as a personal brand consultant and being in the corporate world, Bianca found that women of all complexions had a similar problem.
Miller officially launched her business in December, despite losing out to Mark Wright on a £250,000 investment from Lord Alan Sugar.
What was conceived as a high-end brand is now be aimed at the high-street, with gloss sheen tights and lace-up hold-ups retailing at £12 a pair.
Sizes range from 8 to 22.