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Lonely’s subtly sexy and sophisticated lingerie is often top of our list. Delicate lace coupled with practical shapes is the signature of this New Zealand-born brand – and the pieces won’t break the bank either.
Nénés Paris uses scrap fabrics and old plastic bottles to create the yarn used in its fabrics. The underwear is pretty yet practical, including some beautiful period-style pieces.
Bold colours and subtle detailing are what sustainable Scandi brand Underprotection does best. Too good to be hidden beneath layers, this is the kind of underwear you’ll want to be seen in, whether it’s a strap peeking out from under a tank top or a glimpse of colourful lace from beneath an unbuttoned oversized shirt.
Founded in 1977 by Manhattan-based duo Gale Epstein and Lida Orzeck, Hanky Panky is known for its lacy bras and knickers – we promise they’ll become an essential part of your wardrobe. Style and comfort combine in everything from neutral colours to bold brights.
Crease creative directors Kate and Rosemary met in their final year at London College of Fashion. With sustainability at the core of everything it does, Crease considers the environmental impact of every single decision it makes – from its fabrics and manufacturing processes to packaging and studio practices.
Le Petit Trou
Zuzanna Kuczyńska created Le Petit Trou after spying a gap in the market for lingerie created solely for women, by women. Expect pretty separates with plenty of feminine details – think ruffles, sheer fabrics, bows, flowers and hearts.