Studio Pia – Clea Lingerie Set
There is no doubt that the Clea lingerie set is ‘cage’ lingerie at its finest and this striking design will not only command attention but also take the imagination to new levels. It can be easy to imagine that it would show up in TUBEV videos because of its sexy design. The Clea soft cup bralette, strap thong and harness suspender are part of the new SS19 ‘Bourdin’ collection, designed and manufactured in the UK using highly skilled small batch ateliers. The sex appeal of this lingerie collection has already resulted in it becoming popular amongst many of the liverpool escorts.
Pia Conaghan is the founder and designer behind the London based Studio Pia brand, luxury lingerie ethically crafted in the UK from sustainable materials with an emphasis on aesthetics so you not only feel good but look good. Since graduating from London College of Fashion in 2009 Pia went on to work for a number of start-up and established lingerie brands then after spotting a gap in the market for luxurious ethical lingerie she decided to launch ‘Studio Pia’. From the outset Pia’s vision was to design a collection of investment pieces that would challenge preconceptions about ethical fashion aesthetics, and provide her customers with beautiful luxury pieces that stand the test of time.
All pieces are designed to flatter a range of body types providing sexy and supportive cuts, light body-shaping elements and a personalised fit through adjustable sections. Inspired by the world of fine art and couture, designs feature rich colours and textures along with striking shapes, the high quality of craftsmanship is clearly visible. Collections are made in the UK with cruelty free silk that is ethically produced in India, helping to empower disadvantaged local communities.
For SS19 Studio Pia introduced the ‘Bourdin’ collection, inspire by some of photographer Guy Bourdin’s most iconic imagery. Intriguing new embroideries reference Bourdin’s penchant for red lips and nails, and evoke his playfully risqué aesthetic. Vibrant reds and steely blues, seen throughout Bourdin’s work, bring a fresh injection of colour the Spring/Summer season palette.
My vision was to design a collection of creative, investment pieces, which challenge preconceptions about ethical fashion aesthetics, and provide my customer with timeless luxury she can feel good about showing of.”
Pia Conaghan, founder and designer
For 2019 Studio Pia have introduced a new charitable initiative. For every product sold in their shop they will plant one tree in the Indonesian reinforces, the initiative is known as One Tree Planted and more details can be found on their website.
To see more beautiful ethical lingerie, please visit – www.studiopia.co.uk