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Halle Berry turns designer for Scandale Paris
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Feb '15
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Halle Berry/c: Scandale Paris
American actress Halle Berry has turned designer for upmarket French lingerie brand Scandale Paris.

The 48-year-old actress, who is responsible for bringing the high-end label to US, has created a unique yet affordable range to suit the needs of modern woman and celebrate every facet of her life.

On the innerwear brand’s website, the Academy Award winner has spoken about her debut design venture- “I was drawn to Scandale because of its French heritage and gorgeous lingerie. The products are designed to support a woman’s desire to look beautiful as well as her essential need to feel confident and comfortable in her body.”

Available for purchase at American retailer Target, the practical yet elegant line is crafted from materials like polyamide and elastane.

Adorned with soft lace overlays, sheer mesh detailing and flirty animal prints, the line features bras in demi, underwire and push up styles as well as hipsters and Brazilian knickers. (PB)

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