Lindex lingerie collections for the spring 2014 season show a wide range of fashion news.
“We start the season with romantic style collections. The feeling is soft and very feminine, the prints are often Asian inspired with a hand-painted look. Of course we also focus throughout the season a lot on our best basics as usual,” says Nina Starck, Head of Design at Lindex.
This orientation within the Lindex spring lingerie collections includes two different directions. The new romance theme shows feminine colours, silhouettes, qualities and prints.
Transparency, laces, pastel colours and prints with a hand painted look give the soft touch to this collection and there is a feeling of a fresh and crispy spring morning with a blue sky in the colour palette including light blue, white and soft pink.
Ultra feminine and luxurious are the two words that describe the other part of the romantic lingerie collections best. Classic lingerie colours such as pearl white and soft shades of pink and light blue are mixed light grey. Contrasting matte together with shiny, structures with clean surfaces create the look. Team the decorated items in this collection with the new clean romantic ones and you have a fresh and new look.
Best of basics
The new Lindex basic lingerie ranges show both clean micro and lace, cotton and seamless styles. High quality is essential as well as well thought out details, accent colours and prints create an interesting and modern look. This part of the spring collections includes not only a number of tried and tested favorites but also new developments and silhouettes.
This young and fun part of the Lindex lingerie collections show a season start with lots of colours to be mixed and matched in new ways. The tropical jungle meets the urban streets – this collection is inspired by the urban and sometimes rebellious young cultures as well as the bold colours and patterns of tropics.
Key pieces are the seamless soft bras as well as the lace soft bras. The black, white and hot pink bras are teamed with briefs with re-invented camo and animal prints as well as African graphics.