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Friday 27 November 2015

Von Teese is bewitching in new campaign

Published 30/09/2013

Dita Von Teese
Dita Von Teese

Dita Von Teese has unveiled the AW13 Sheer Witchery collection for her underwear range Von Follies.

The burlesque beauty has unveiled the new Autumn/Winter 13 Sheer Witchery collection for her underwear line, which she launched in 2012.

Showing off her fabulous figure Dita lies on her back on a bed against a mirror wearing a balconette bra and matching high-waisted knickers with an intricate floral lace pattern.

Another image sees the dancer in a top hat, long silk gloves and a sheer Witchery long line corset with suspenders.

Previously speaking in a behind-the-scenes video for the range the raven-haired model explained what lingerie means to her and the inspiration behind her own brand.

"I think every woman should have a really great set of lingerie, especially in black," she explains to the camera. "It's not about what you are wearing for someone, it's not about buying something sexy for your boyfriend or husband - it's really reclaiming your pedestal and flourishing as a woman and enjoying all the rituals that we have of being a woman."

Dita, 41, also recalled how she first became interested in underwear. She used to try on her mother's pieces while impatiently thinking about what the future had in store for her.

"My obsession with lingerie began at a very young age. I remember sneaking into my mother's lingerie draw and trying on the lingerie and fantasising about when I would be old enough to wear those kinds of things," she smiled.

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