Laure de Sagazan creates her first lingerie collection from scraps of lace

Rather than throwing away the excess lace from her wedding dress collections, Laure de Sagazan decided to use them for her lingerie collection. All in a refined and elegant style.

The French designer, Laure de Sagazan, known for her high-end wedding dresses, is embarking on lingerie. And not in any way. In an eco-responsible approach, the one who has decided to extend her line to the United States will be offering a collection of three panties and a shorty camisole set in February, made from scraps of lace from her dresses.

Lingerie made from scraps of lace

An eco-responsible collection for an elegant and refined look.

Laure de Sagazan / press photo

The pieces are in line with its retro chic 2020 collection with handcrafted lace, embroidery and weaving. With wedding outfits that can be adapted to everyday life after D-Day, Laure de Sagazan infuses her collections with this desire to recycle and reuse pieces and materials. Witness this new collection of lingerie.

The 2020 wedding dresses collection by Laure de Sagazan

The lingerie collection, whose pieces combine comfort and elegance from 35 euros, can be discovered in the house showroom, 102 rue du Faubourg-Poissonnière in the 10th arrondissement in Paris, and on the online store.


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