Lingerie as couture, and embracing intimates as high fashion has always been a priority in my Friday Lingerie features. This Friday I am happy to (re)introduce you to the couture collection for AW14/15 from I.D. Sarrieri, beginning with their voluminous ‘Fleur‘ line, inspired by the golden era of haute couture.
Each style within ‘Fleur’ features an in-built foam layer, concealed with stretch-silk fine satin, that results in a unique, minimalist design with feminine volumes. To be worn and surely enjoyed as both inner and outerwear, this is the epitome of dramatic and beautiful lingerie that I love to showcase on StyleOnTheCouch.
Renowned for its creativity, craftsmanship, sophisticated designs and use of precious fabrics; most of which are created by the French artisans for the haute couture fashion designers, I.D. Sarrieri hones in on feminine strength. Founder Iulia Dobrin designs her lingerie with a “powerful and refined” woman in mind – the pagoda style shoulders on the Fleur bra, though detachable, are not for the faint hearted.