The Christies Lingerie collection for Fall/Winter 2010-2011 includes exquisitely embroidered lingerie as the perfect reflection of the ’50s passion for luxurious and elegant stages in a retro appeal that seduces the silhouette. Featuring two ranges called Christies and Naory, the collection seems to be a modern interpretation of a burlesque show, both sinful and sweet boudoir items that will certainly transform themselves into the ideal weapon of seduction.

This season you have no excuse of not being sexy and daring. It is time you try something new and provocative able to point out your femininity. Gorgeous pieces are brought for you in the newest Christies lingerie collection dedicated to every woman who wants to conquer and surprise. Taking a look to the new line we enter into a special and eccentric cabaret show where various shapes, colors and designs draw all our attention.

Everything looks spectacular, while most of the lingerie pieces are extremely sensual and delicate, made from sheer fabrics with astonishing, mesmerizing embellishments and delicate embroideries. From simple shapes to more extravagant ones, they all emphasize a beautiful waist and the breasts in a subtle way. Retro corsets are absolutely incredible and sensational reflecting the elegant and sophisticated style of the past.

The items are sweet and transparent, yet intriguing, able to put our imagination to the test. Feminine lace and fine embroideries are matched in a refined way with mysterious masks, timeless pearl necklaces, stunning earrings, and exclusive fans.

The chromatic used is very well-chosen offering alluring models. As black and red seem to be timeless colors that will never go out of style, the Christies collection for fall/winter 2010-2011 overuses this two shades in the most pleasant and unique way ever. The combination of colors is also extremely chic with an extravagant touch. For those women who are more into the opulent and sophisticated style, the line also comes with splendid items that are accessorized with unique applications.

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