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Tamara Lazic is face of Intimissimi's A/W-2013 line
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Aug '13
courtesy: Style and Fashion
courtesy: Style and Fashion
Tamara Lazic, the beautiful 5.9 inches tall Serbian model, is the new face of famous Italian innerwear specialist Intimissimi’s Autumn/Winter 2013-14 collection.
 
The lingerie giant recently launched the sassy range before an eclectic set of audience, comprising of the 14 major international fashion bloggers like Kasia Gorol, Korina Vrouscia, Merick Kucuk, Doina Ciobanu and Sofi Eliseeva.
 
Inspired from the classy vintage styles of Roaring Twenties, the sexy ensembles are decorated with stones, tubes, beads, pearls and sequins. 
 
Based in shades of black, white, emerald green, blue, red and lilac, the collection includes bras, briefs, babydoll dresses, cotton pyjamas and lacy nightwear.
 
Founded in 1996, Intimissimi’s clothing is available in countries like Austria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lebanon, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, United Kingdom, Russian Federation, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, and United States.
 

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