Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 1 April 2015

Seductive styles are showcased

A model at the Agent Provocateur fashion show
A model at the Agent Provocateur fashion show

Belfast's Merchant Hotel was the location for an eye-popping parade of seductive lingerie recently, which it hosted the new season collection from Agent Provocateur, one of House of Fraser's hottest brands.

Guests nibbled on delicious cream-filled scones and sipped champagne while they were treated to a display of cheeky underwear and sensual lingerie.

Among the highlights of the new collection were the Desiree pink silk pyjamas with black edging (£245) and the label's new swimwear range.

Swimwear is sold according to cup size, and ranges from 32A to 36Ds, so you can be sure of getting the right size for you.

The Erika bikini (top £75, briefs £50), in glam, retro-look leopard print, and the daring Crystal swimsuit (£125), in black wet-look stretch fabric, will be sure to let you sizzle on the beach in style.

The Talma corset in blue taffeta (£165) also drew gasps of appreciation, as did the matching bra (£65), briefs (£30) and suspender (£40).

Ever since the first Agent Provocateur shop opened in London's Soho in 1994, A-listers, fashionistas and burlesque babes have been snapping up its saucy lingerie.

The Belfast concession, which launched in House of Fraser earlier this year, is the brand's 36th international store, and ever since it opened, local ladies have been splashing their cash in it.

Among the best sellers in the Agent Provocateur shop in House of Fraser — which is decorated in a boudoir style — is the classic Love range of lingerie, made from beautiful French lace.

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