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Spanish brand Andres Sarda releases Fall 2014-15 line
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Aug '14
courtesy: Andres Sarda
courtesy: Andres Sarda
The Spanish lingerie maker Andres Sarda has recently unveiled the Fall 2014-15 instalment of its nature and gemstone-inspired luxe innerwear line.
 
Designed under the guidance of the brand’s current creative director Nuria Sarda, the maroon, green, blue and purple based range is crafted from luxurious French lace and tulle. 
 
The ‘Tahiti’ collection from the new line includes polka dot-adorned pieces, including bras, thongs and briefs, made using French lace, velvet and elastic for additional comfort in a colour palette comprised mainly of black, amethyst, blue and nude touches.
 
The floral print heavy Gerais range is replete with female form enhancing cuts and embroidered tulle fabrics. Based in shades of deep purple and cold blue, the line includes triangle bras without hoops and Hipster briefs.
 
The Jaipur collection is based on a subtle and elegant palette of blue and black. Embedded with glittering Swarovski crystals, the grid attached line features a body linen shirt with built-in bra and knickers.
 
Precious stones like jade and diamond inspired the tulle and silk satin heavy Myanman line in colours of green, gray and fuchsia whereas the ensembles from the Lievers lace abundant Emile collection are available in contrasting tones of green, fuchsia and mauve.
 
The effect of transparency is amplified through the Eden line which is decorated with tulle lace overlays on a soft delicate colour palette.
 
Founded in 1962, the Barcelonan company Andres Sarda specializes in both swim and intimate wear apparel.
 

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