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Coquette unveils Spellbound line with lace & marabou
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Jul '13
Coquette International Inc., has just released their 2014 Spellbound Collection. With more bondage accessories than last year, the 2014 line is filled with lace, chains and marabou!

Coquette launched Spellbound last fall, the lingerie collection that sports feminine and demure designs with a light bondage touch. Increasing from three pieces of lingerie and two accessories, the 2014 line has been expanded to consist of three distinct sub-collections. Coquette fans can expect to find the black and sliver lace line expanded to 5 pieces.

From silver lacing, printed stretch lace, and ribbons this line shows off the more daring side of the Coquette designers. Included with each the babydoll, bustier and teddy is a lace choker with ribbon wrist ties.

The pieces each have the option to attach this accessory or choose to use it another time. The silver and pink line now has a babydoll with a gathered stretch lace bust, silver empire waist, and a sheer skirting.

With this comes a delicate ribbon belt that has elasticized cuffs. Finally, customers will see the fuchsia and black line with its velvet cups edged with laced PVC detailing. To top off this show stopping line are the black fishnet side panels on the chemise, and the skirting of the babydoll. Accompanying the babydoll are marabou cuff restraints that clasp together offering the wearer the option to play up their look.

“We are thrilled to be introducing these new designs to our Spellbound collection,” said senior designer Elaine Carson. “We wanted to offer the Coquette woman a daring line that is gorgeous and playful, but at the same time she can spice it up with the light and sensual bondage accessories.”

Keeping to the appeal of the collection all the bondage aspects that are included with the garments such as ties, cuff, and collars are removable for a more versatile look. It's more than just ribbon ties this season!

This year Spellbound is introducing marabou and chain cuffs that will be sold in a package with a lacy eye mask. Buyers will recognize the similar Spellbound packaging for this duo, the classy black design that has received strong reviews for its design and marketability. As mentioned, each line has matching accessories that bind, cover, or show off just a little more.

Coquette International Inc.

Coquette is an international distributor of lingerie and costumes founded in Canada. Since 1979, the company has delivered high quality collections that entail diversity of styles while captivating a realistic feminine appeal.

Coquette has become the largest manufacturer and wholesaler of lingerie in Canada and has expanded into the international market as a major distributor of intimate apparel, serving over 64 countries.

Coquette International


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