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Miss Dolce Ribelle's lingerie line gaining popularity
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Nov '11
Every once in a while, a fashion brand appears seemingly out of nowhere and takes the public's heart by storm. Miss Dolce Ribelle.com, a new remarkable lingerie collection sold exclusive online, is rapidly gaining fans thanks to an intimate understanding of its customers' desires and a fresh approach to lingerie design.

Miss Dolce Ribelle is the brainchild of fashion designer Elisa Medrano, a 27-year old former model, who realized during her professional modeling years how hard it was to find lingerie that was at once casual and fun.

"When you say lingerie, you think lace, sexy, beautiful women, boudoir....," says Elisa. "But for a young woman in college or high school, lace isn't always the best option, and wearing black and white all the time gets boring."

With that thought in mind, Elisa launched Miss Dolce Ribelle (Sweet Rebel, in Italian) in 2011, a family-owned business, which manufactures its garments entirely in Montreal. The first collection quickly found a niche with women 15-30 years old, and many others still very young at heart.

"We offer cute lingerie, perfect for school and everyday wear, comfortable, chill and affordable," continued Elisa. "What makes us different, is that every piece has an edge to it."

Miss Dolce Ribelle's garments stand out, in ranges of bright colors and whimsical motifs, conceived to catch the eye and to charm. In a significant break from traditional lingerie design, Elisa cites the work of hip designers such as Dsquared, Marc Jacobs and Dolce Gabbana as an inspiration.

With its variety of remarkable designs for all occasions, Miss Dolce Ribelle is rapidly becoming a convenient one-stop shop for young women seeking an alternative to traditional lingerie brands.

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