Lascivious’ new collection for SS14 has a softly feminine, vintage feel reminiscent of classic 1960s & 70s Playboy shoots and a bohemian “summer of love” insouciance.
Their Lucy collection features unique cut-out details juxtaposed with feminine, floral embroidery and an exciting array of new shapes; including a long-line bra and a basque, available in ivory for the ultimate in Bridal lingerie.
Powdery pastel mint ranges are given weight with classic black and rich purple pairings. These three colours are showcased beautifully within the cheeky cut-out shorts and babydolls of the Jessica range and a luxe silk dress collaboration with Mexican designer Marika Vera.
60’s inspired collection Liana is given a modern twist with unusual cut-out detailing in circle mesh overlaying soft mint jersey and features a playful long-line suspender. All of the SS14 collections feature contrast copper components.
The brand’s new cool and understated Rachel collection is both progressive and sophisticated, featuring sleek satin and contrast tulle mesh to create a flattering silhouette, with versatile knicker options and a suspender. Lascivious have also collaborated with latex maestro William Wilde, to create a selection of directional latex pencil skirts, bows and a bolero.
The seasons feminine aesthetic is topped off by our flirty and beautifully embroidered and embellished Flower skirt. Light, flirty shapes are combined with subtle nods to the brand’s more erotic aesthetic for SS14, producing a balanced offering which allows individual interpretation.
Shot by photographer/singer/artist and performer Wendy Bevan at 1970’s location house Deerhurst using a combination of digital and Polaroid film, the SS14 campaign has a beautiful depth and quality perfect to encapsulate the mood of the season.
See Lascivious at the Lingerie Collective NYC Show
When: February 23rd – 25th 2014
Where: 320 Studios (320 West 37th St 14th Floor)