Welcome to my final installment and commentary on the amazing Between the Sheets 2007 Fashion Show. Continue to check out the designers at btsfashionshow.com. Iâ€™m eagerly anticipating seeing these names attached to collections in stores very soon!
The rich satins used in â€œBoudoir Dreamsâ€ by Jessica Ng evoke a feeling of true luxury in lingerie. Not only were the pieces luxurious, but sassy and hip as well. I particularly enjoyed the two pieces made of chocolate satin with a buttercream lace trim. Tasty! Remarkably inventive was the sassy and sweet strapless chemise. It would make a perfect gift for a bride to be! I am also a fan of the contemporary two piece style which is both sexy and fun. I love the plunging neckline adorned with lace as it is matched with the simplicity of the delicate shorts.
The next to nothing cami and thong combo is both racy and beautiful. It leaves just enough to the imagination! The nude, lace trimmed halter is phenomenal against Deniseâ€™s glowing skin. Take this number along for a sun-soaked vacation and capture his attention for sure!
I also loved the intriguing work of Caitlin Evans and her edgy â€œSpy Dreams: UNDERCOVERâ€ collection. The attention to detail is phenomenal and truly develops a cohesion in the collection. Sweet pieces sassed up with leather and hardware. I mentioned in a previous post about how much I enjoyed the two piece black set adorned with the chains. These pictures actually do it justice.
Undercover agents sometimes find themselves in sticky situations, all in the name of work. Perhaps this model needed to use seduction as a means of accessing classified information! I absolutely loved the look of her â€œswimming in his clothesâ€ as she donned a classic, white button-down. Or so it seemed. She had her own secret, hidden beneath the simple, derriÃ¨re-skimming top, which she begged the audience to keep quiet. Underneath was quite a sexy surprise!
See more of these, and the other very talented designers, at Between the Sheets. Looking forward to even more exciting innovations next year!