is just around the corner, so is the release of Fifty Shades Darker
, the next instalment in the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy. And what better way to celebrate than to rejoice in some of the best lingerie ever seen on the big screen?!
Christina Aguilera in Burlesque (2010)
Christina Aguilera as a young and ambitious dancer in ‘Burlesque’ embodies the intimately gorgeous cabaret look. With beautiful shapes and seductive lace the dancers embodied femininity built on the power of music.
Steal the look with the gorgeous Tate basque
, and get your own Burlesque feel.
Susan Sarandon in The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
As Janet Weiss, Susan Sarandon channeled delicate femininity in this classic musical. Her delicate lingerie was a perfect compliment to the delicacy of her character that contrasted with the darker fantasy aspects of this classic musical.
Anne Bancroft in “The Graduate” (1967)
The black lace overlay bra that Beecroft wears in this classic is a style that marked the 60s and 70s of lingerie. It’s provocative, wearable and stylish at the same time.
Get your own vintage seductive look with out Ella Plunge Bra
and compliment with our hosiery
for the ultimate seductive look.
Sophia Loren in Marriage Italian Style (1964)
In the role of Filomena, Sophia Loren, was the perfect image of alluring Italian glamour and paved the first steps for stylish see through lingerie. Her style has inspired many women to embrace their bodies with see thorugh lingerie and outfits.
Get the look with our Lake chemise
for a seductive night look.
Nicole Kidman in ‘Moulin Rouge’ (2001)
Nicole Kidman’s character Satine was the perfect femme fatale looking for fame. Her wadrobe revolved around the image of french seduction and femininity. Her georgous lingerie was merely an accesory to her own beauty.
The Beatrix Basque
is the perfect compliment to any woman, just add some diamonds.
Kim Basinger in 'Nine 1/2 Weeks' (1986)
Elizabeth, Basinger’s character in this steamy drama was the image of emotional and sexual awakening for women. Her delicate wardrobe was merely an illustration of her own delicte persona. The softness of her character contrasted with Rourke’s John Gray and ultimately became an image of female empowerment.
Steal the look with the Sephy Chemise
in Ivory for the perfect delicate seduction.
Penelope Cruz in Nine (2009)
The award winning performance by Penelope Cruz as Carla Albanese in this musical drama was not only great for her voice and acting. It was also her beautiful figure and how amazing she looked in the stunning lingerie that captivated viewers. Her performance was full of class and feeling and the lingerie became part of her character.
Jean Harlow in “Dinner at Eight” (1933)
The first blonde bombshell of the big screen, Jean Harlow, was spectacular in her boudoir wardrobe of lace slip dresses and embellished robes. Her eccentricity was not only in her character but in her empowering lingerie as well.
Elizabeth Taylor in “Butterfield 8” (1960)
Elizabeth Taylor’s role as Gloria in Buttergield 8 not only paved the actresses way towards winning multiple Academy Awards but it also set the trend for beautifully feminine and delicate teddies that are the perfect finishing touch to any look.
For nights of seductively sipping cocktails steal the look with our Alanna Chemise
Nicole Kidman in Eyes Wide Shut (1999)
Nicole Kidman once again is one of our favourites, her performance in “Eyes Wide Shut” not only earned her fame but it also established her as an icon of femininity.
The delicate look can be replicated with our Georgia Cami and Short set
that allows you to feel georgous and comfortable at the same time.