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Coquette unveils SS line at International Lingerie Show
Sep '13
Coquette launched its 2014 spring summer (SS14) collection at the International Lingerie Show (ILS) in Las Vegas.

The Coquette booth is adorned with eye catching images that showcase the company's trendy spring summer line. Shown are photos with coral, melon, seafoam, orange, and blue. Each color group consisting of different styles and materials.

“Our 2014 spring summer line is about femininity and delicate, soft lace detailing. We are introducing a line that is truly representative of the season with bright pops of color and alluring designs,” said senior designer Elaine Carson.

The SS14 line includes a melon and blue group with a bustier, chemise and babydoll. The melon microfiber foundation is decorated with blue lace and sheer melon stretch lace. Both the chemise and the babydoll in this colour group have a racerback design in light blue lace.

Four seafoam and ivory pieces make up the next grouping that shows scalloped lace intricately paired with a sporty mesh to create a lightweight, extra feminine line consisting of a bustier, babydoll, chemise, and a bra and panty set. Each of the pieces in this line have small, subtle rhinestones that add the perfect amount of glitter. Coral and nude pieces come next with crocheted lace that is being seen both in inner and outerwear fashions.

This group is highly detailed, yet with the mix of coral and nude colourings, the styles are ideal for the warmer months. With orange and ivory following, the fresh citrus hue brings out the glow in sun-kissed skin. Each of the pieces are finished with ivory eyelash lace and rhinestones. Finally, the spring summer line rounds out with retro blue pieces that each have a country flare with metallic edged blue lace and ribbon bows.

“We are thrilled with how this collection turned out,” said vice president of sales and marketing Marcus Horea. “Already we have had an extremely positive response from buyers and show [ILS] attendees – and it's only day one!"


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