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Three models of different sizes wear the Fleur of England cream coloured Dahlia bralette with the matching embroidered ouvert brief

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In the softest subtle pink and gold tones inspired by the colour of the setting sun, Penelope is sensual and feminine. Classic styles are given a contemporary edge with striking hand sketched guipure embroidery motifs inspired by Fleur’s favourite flower, the peony.



Inspired by the delicate café au lait variety of the dahlia flower with its soft, layered petals, this dreamy collection is refined and elegant. Intricate embroidery adorns sheer tulle, revealing and concealing just enough to leave you feeling confident and beautiful. Our best-selling pieces like the underwired balcony bra and embroidered thong,  are updated for a summer romance in the most beautiful vintage champagne tones - the perfect choice for a summer wedding.



The deepest shade in our Spring/Summer bouquet this season is Marilyn – sultry, iconic and one of a kind. Inspired by the natural beauty of flowers, each piece features hidden messages of empowerment within the hand-sketched embroidery design. Look out for our seductive new ouvert brief design, featuring silk encased elastic strap details, as well as the beautifully sensual blush silk pyjama set. Exude confidence in the timeless deep red shade, letting your own unique beauty shine through.



Strong and passionate, Camellia was made for the bold. In a vibrant shade of coral and crimson, this stunning lace collection was made to be seen. Inspired by the camellia flower, this bright floral colour adds a contemporary twist to timeless luxury lingerie styles. Add a pop of vibrant colour to your nightwear collection with the luxurious silk camisole, a modern classic you can wear both in and out of the bedroom. 


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