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Warm & spicy sleepwear line from Snoa Lingerie
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Dec '11
Snoa Lingerie adds passion and pizzaz to its warm and sexy sleepwear line by introducing the Red Is Love Collection. Nothing spices up an evening more than a fiery red-hot chemise. And nothing makes a woman feel more like a movie star than a shimmery ruby red silk stole lined in white fleece. The Red Hottie Chemise and Stolen Kisses Stole, Snoa Lingerie's two new designs of The Red Is Love Collection, do just that.

The Red Is Love Collection marks the beginning of Snoa Lingerie's second winter season. Snoa Lingerie made its groundbreaking debut last year as the world's first line of sleepwear produced with eco friendly fabrics that is simultaneously warm and sexy.

The New Designs:
The Red Hottie Chemise, a nod to the Marilyn era of corset-inspired bikini bras and swirly flirty skirts, is made with a double layer of soft bamboo and organic cotton and is trimmed with a shimmering silk-hemp charmeuse.

Top the chemise off with the Stolen Kisses Stole to feel cocooned in elegance. The rich crimson silk hemp stole is lined with soft bamboo fleece. Red silk ties at the center secure the Stolen Kisses Stole in a bow - like a lovely present under the tree.

Eco Friendly and Local:
Snoa Lingerie uses the most luscious and eco friendly fabrics available today, so you can seduce while you reduce your carbon footprint. The fabrics for the Red Is Love Collection come from Pickering International, a San Francisco based company specializing in environmentally friendly materials. All Snoa's garments are made in San Francisco as well, within five miles of its office.

Snoa Lingerie's Mission:
Snoa's mission is to create sexy sleepwear for chilly nights. No more freezing in that skimpy negligee or alternatively feeling warm yet frumpy in sweatpants and a ski hat. Snoa Lingerie's designs blend romantic silhouettes with cuddly eco fabrics. Because let's face it, it's hard to feel hot when you're cold.

Snoa Lingerie is a seasonal, tiny, Mom and Mom design company headed by two San Francisco mothers. They met in their children's first grade classroom.

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