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Forget the mistletoe if a kiss is what your after

Forget the mistletoe if a kiss is what your after....

Tue, 2 Nov 2004

Love Kylie - Christmas 2004

She's a modern goddess who succeeds a long line of seducers such as Aphrodite, Cleopatra, Marilyn Munroe and Bridgette Bardot.

Now Kylie shares her seduction secrets with New Zealanders this festive season with two saucy lingerie sets, launching just in time for Christmas.

A must-have adornment for the festive season, Goddess puts bows and ribbons in all the right places. Be a silver screen siren in sexy black and orange, or a vintage princess in vanilla with dusky pink. Large satin bows on the bra and brief set will have you wrapped up like a heavenly gift under the tree this Christmas.

Forget the mistletoe - if a kiss from someone special is what you're after - Love Kylie's Adore will set a man's heart racing. Intricately embroidered red lace is overlaid on a sultry fine black mesh fabric. Signature LK diamante trinkets add sweet sparkle, while detachable suspenders add a touch of tease to this tempting set.

The combination of naughty and nice is synonymous with the Love Kylie collection. "The range is about being flirtatious and fun with a sense of affordable luxury," Kylie says.

"Lingerie should suit how a girl feels on any given day or occasion" so that's why the Love Kylie collection has such variety right throughout the range.

"Girls are enjoying being girls, and being sexy for themselves," Kylie says. "Women are no longer just buying lingerie simply with their partners in mind; they are buying knickers as gifts for themselves or for special occasion treats."

The Love Kylie Goddess and Adore ranges are available nationally from selected Farmers stores, leading department stores and lingerie retailers from late November 2004. RRP is between $24.99 and $54.99.

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