Lascivious Fashion Week - SS17

London Fashion Week is upon us! With live streaming from the catwalk, your favourite fashionistas in the FROW and Finishing Touches, beauty and style pop-up at the W hotel, there is no reason not to be fully immersed this season. But what to wear though?! If the Burberry ‘runway to consumer’ catwalk show seems a little out of your reach, get some instant gratification with Lascivious' SS17 collections instead. 


 Christopher Kane                                                                             Giambattista Valli 

It’s official. WGSN (and virtually every other fashion magazine) has stated that “little soft bras” are back for SS17. Our Ellie triangle bra comes in 3 gorgeous tones, so you can layer them up, accessorise with nipple stickers, team with see-through vests or shirts or have some sheer audacity and free the nipple!


        Christian Dior                                                                                     Valentino 

Voluminous and layered pieces crowded the catwalks for SS17, in fabrics such as chiffon and tulle. Desert hues are in, including shades of browns, tans and khakis, making Lascivious’ SS17 collections a perfect compliment to outerwear this season. For those who aren’t brave enough to wear the entirely sheer dress or top, the Lila bra is the perfect way to still feel a part of the trend. If you want to stand out, consider wearing with sheer tops or dresses over the top.



 Stella McCartney                                                                                Balmain

Oversized clothes sashayed their way down the SS17 catwalks from designers Stella McCartney through to Balmain. Make a statement this LFW and pair an oversized jacket with our latex William Wilde bodysuit to get little naughtiness into every day. With the body coming in black or sand, it will fit into any colour theme you have going on.



Header Photo Credit: Photographer - Szymon Brodziak 

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