Lucile Lingerie will be taking part in the London Fashion Week show, this February.
The news comes just weeks after the brand made its debut at The Lingerie Collective in Mayfair.
Lucile Lingerie was founded by Camilla Blois, the great-great granddaughter of revolutionary 19th century couture designer, Lady Duff Gordon.
Blois showcased two new collections at The Lingerie Collective in January, ‘The Duchess of Warwick’ and ‘The Queen of Spain.’
‘The Duchess of Warwick’ collection encompasses chemises, chiffon knickers and kimonos, available in exquisite black, champagne gold and nude blush. A ‘touch of boudoir extravagance’ is introduced through black lace and ivory silk bras, waspies, suspenders and briefs. The ‘Georgette’ full length gown, which is designed as the ‘stand out’ piece, incorporates a combination of sheer fabric and embroidery.
By contrast, ‘The Queen of Spain’ collection features balcony bras, vintage style high waisted briefs, mini briefs, a lace cup babydoll, bed jackets and a silk halter neck gown. It is dominated by rich red silk, black silk and chiffon, with floral embroidery and rose adornments.