A Canadian lingerie brand is hoping to impress UK buyers with its distinctly feminine range of intimates designed and manufactured in Toronto.
Established in 2010 by designer Christina Remenyi, Fortnight Lingerie has entered the UK market with an Autumn/Winter collection that focuses on everyday essentials that extend beyond the basic.
Always in search of the finest fabrics to be worn next to the skin, this season is no exception with the addition of a striking, oversized, botanical scalloped lace found in the Ivy range, as well as pure silk in the brand’s debut loungewear line.
Even relaxed pieces remain polished and refined, with a cropped high waist palazzo pant and a three quarter length sleeved kimono complete with French seaming and roomy pockets.
One of Fortnight Lingerie’s biggest objectives is to empower women by demystifying the world of bra fitting and sizing, offering pointers on how to find the right fit.
“Forget the measuring tape. Start by understanding how bra sizing works and what the right fit should feel like. Our guide gives you the tools you need to fit yourself. It’s easier than you think,” the brand says on its website.
Fortnight Lingerie will add four new sizes to its best-selling, wire-free Luna longline range for AW17 – 36E, 34F, 30 and 32G.