Coco de Mer has taken inspiration from 70’s nightclub, Studio 54, to develop its latest own-brand lingerie collection.
The new ‘Up All Night’ range, set to launch in stores next month, reflects the glitz and the glamour of the former New York club with its jewel tones, 70’s florals, sheer panels and metallic embroidery.
Highlights include Discotheque, featuring classic 1970’s silhouettes, dark emerald satin and a Jean Bracq black lace trim; Fever (pictured), which combines red and taupe lace with accents of red silk; and Wonderland, made with delicate gold embroidery on a barely-there tulle background.
Retail prices range from £85 for a thong to £385 for a lace robe.
Coco de Mer CEO Lucy Litwack said: “I’m so excited to launch our SS18 collection. Inspired by the glamour and allure of the 1970s disco scene with its beautiful women, enticing music and thrilling spectacles, we have used the finest silks, embroideries and laces to create a sophisticated, luxurious and seductive fashion collection.”
Coco de Mer is now wholesaling globally, with key stockists including Harrods, Matchesfashion.com and Selfridges’ Body Studio in London.