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Trelise Cooper Lingerie At Air NZ Fashion Week

Fashionz.co.nz Feature: Trelise Cooper Lingerie At Air NZ Fashion Week

If there is one thing Trelise is known for, it is ruffles, rouches and bows, and her Lingerie collection really allows her to stretch her legs as far as these details are concerned. There were the mainstays of intimate dressing - baby doll slips, French knickers, bustiers, garters and gowns - but all had the Trelise touch.

A selection of black smalls guarunteed to heat up the boudoir included g backs on black lace body suits, French knickers in pink with delicious black bow detailing and slip dresses with bows and ruffles galore.

Granny pants have never looked more sexy in muted greens with suspenders and rouched detailing at the back. Parisian wallpaper prints of delicate florals subtly climb up slips and gowns.

Trelise has moved into the area of loungewear - but as always with her unique twist. Sure the pants of jersey fabric look comfortable and sweet, with a surprise mid calf bell bottom finish edged with fabric roses.

Most of the bras were balconette, to give added cleavage - not that anyone will be focusing on your breasts if you wear the bow detail lace boy leg pants or the slip of the same material.

As usual there were plenty of bows and Victoriana ruffles - but many of the camis or tops featuring these could easily be worn under a jacket or low buttoned shirt to draw attention to the neck.

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