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Liloubelle debuts at Las Vegas and NYC shows
Feb '11
Who knew you could look sexy, be comfortable, and wear something better for your skin all while making an impact on the environment? Liloubelle, a new lingerie brand, mixes flirty and sexy with natural and organic fabrics.

Bamboo fabric, a sustainable textile relatively new to the market, is naturally hypo-allergenic and toxin free, incredibly soft and its porous fibers wick moisture away from the skin better than any other fabric. It has proven itself better for the skin and environment than cotton. Natural bamboo has been widely used for baby and children's apparel for its dermatological benefits, and now has inspired the women's lingerie sector.

“I was impressed and loved how the fabric felt against my skin. It was incredibly comfortable, the cuts were so flattering, and the lace made for pretty detail,” states Teodora Burgazlieva, model and former Miss Bulgaria. Teodora modeled for the brand's first collection which may be seen on Liloubelle's facebook page.

The line will make its debut at the Curve Expo show in both Las Vegas and New York City later this month. Dates are as follows: Las Vegas, Venetian Hotel February 14-15-16, and New York City, Jacob Javits Center February 21-22-23.

Liloubelle's focus is to put a feminine spin on natural and organic intimate apparel. A brand of Parlak & Parlak, Liloubelle's vast collection of bamboo lingerie and sleepwear integrates elements of beautiful lace. With designs to appeal to most women, the balance of comfort and sexy has been maintained.


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