What Katie Did specialize in ‘faux vintage’ lingerie and corsetry inspired by designs from the 1940s and 1950s. The label is having a great year with prestigious new stockists including Liberty of London, the succesful launch of the What Katie Did Gold Label and huge sales successes of their Glamour shapewear range.
Here’s the scoop on What Katie Did‘s Autumn/Winter ’09 line!
For A/W09 What Katie Did have produced a range of sophisticated sumptuous lingerie to relinquish and flatter every figure. Josephine is based around a striking cheetah print that was designed in house and is exclusive to What Katie Did. It’s enliberty ough to cause a case of jungle fever!
Josephine is available in cup sizes B to F, and dress sizes sizes 10-18. The range comprises an underwired bra, corselette, suspender belt and two styles of knicker. RRPs range from £15 to £65.
Release your Inner Showgirl with What Katie Did’s opulent range of Marie Antionette inspired corsets which combine serious shaping with decadent trims and frills. Spiral steel boning is used to shape, whilst the balconette bustline enhances and pushes up the breasts.
Showgirl corsets are available in reduced waist sizes 18” to 30”. Retail prices range from £175 to £189.50.
Lulu is a 1950s style lingerie set made from black powermesh with black lace over red satin panels. The orginal range was launched in AW06 and this season we’ve revamped it adding a corselette, girdle, underwired bra and thong to the range. Lulu is available in cup sizes B to F, dress sizes 10 to 18. The bullet bra, suspender belt and knickers are available now with the remaining items being launched in early September 2009.
This fall sees What Katie Did celebrate 10 years of lingerie design and a book featuring a retrospective of their work is due to be published in September. We’ll obviously be keeping you posted.
Like a sale? Check out WhatKatieDid.com, they’re having one!