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'Knockout' + 'Slinkies' & Classics' from Made by Niki
Aug '10
For Spring / Summer 2011, Made by Niki will be introducing “Knockout” – a smooth, sport-inspired summer lingerie collection combining knockout fit with luxury comfort designer details and Niki's trademark figure-managing magic touch. “Knockout” delivers a mix of ultra-light, second skin fabrics and confidence boosting body-shaping panels, with anti-bacterial odour resistance and easy to clean freshness which delivers out-all-day wearability for an active, busy lifestyle.

Made by Niki has become the world's most recognised brand for wearable, want able shapewear with a luxury lingerie twist, due to the storming success of the core 'Slinkies' (super-smooth power lingerie), and “Classics” (sheer, corsetry-inspired lingerie) ranges, which are already a favourite with real women, rock stars and supermodels such as Naomi Campbell, Victoria Beckham and KT Tunstall.

The Made by Niki brand, now in it's fourth year, is sporting new AW10 clients House of Fraser and Topshop as well as an exciting Spring / Summer 2011.

“Slinkies” is Made by Niki's revolutionary collection of 'power lingerie' which combines essential shapewear techniques with versatile underwear and outerwear options, to make these garments the ultimate must-have capsule wardrobe. Grippy on the inside, Slippy on the outside, “Slinkies” stay in place on your body while letting your clothes drape just as they should. Technical UK-made moisture managing, anti-bacterial fabrics keep you fresh, cool and comfortable all day long. Slinkies launched in stores in March 2010 and proved an instant hit with strong repeat orders from stockists. An edited collection will be available as continuity throughout 2010.

Niki's “Classics” combine clean, modern lines with a seductive edge. These supportive, sexy pieces are inspired by decades of fashion and formed from super-strong, ultra sheer fabrics with traditional corsetry techniques. Featuring multi-way, removable straps and adjustable details which keep you in great shape, Made by Niki's “Classics” have been continuously edited, updated and replenished during the last seven seasons to become a best-selling favourite for glamorous girls worldwide. New for AW10, is a sheer, versatile bra slip designed to be worn in the boudoir or the boardroom with a sharp trouser suit.

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