Mint Siren Fall 2009 Lingerie

First four images by Joanna B. with models Skye & Rosey, hair by Amber Rose Peake, makeup Maria Papadopoulous and jewelry by Swell Vintage. Final two images by Emma Hughes, with models Kayt Webster-Brown & Pip Hanks, with hair by Hayley Welling, makeup & styling Gina Blondell, and jewelry by Amulet.

About Mint Siren, from the press release:

Mint Siren was created in 2005 by the Swedish designer Josefine Wing, and quickly became a favorite for many vixens around the world. Using high quality fabrics like silk satins and chiffon, deep pile cotton velvets, rich wools and power stretch netting Mint Siren has created a style that marries romantic retro flavor with modern fashion. There are obvious ties with traditions of burlesque, but Mint Siren offers styles that invite to be used with your regular wardrobe. Weather you aim to be an irresistible seductress or just treat yourself to a fabulous feeling while managing all the chores of being a woman, Mint Siren intimates are sure to give you an edge. The Mint Siren range offers women’s lingerie, apparel, corsetry and accessories. You can easily piece together a matching outfit from all the carefully colour coordinated garments. Emphasis is on feminine and luxurious colours as well as sculpting lines enhancing the female shape. Whether you desire to be sweet or fierce Mint Siren can help you look the part.Mint Siren is based in London, England, but with the opening of the web shop on the website in 2006 people from all over the world now have access to the products. In addition, boutiques in major cities around the world are stocking Mint Siren clothing. To locate your closest store check out the list of stockists on the Min Siren website.

Now go be fabulous…. Stay stunning,

Josefine Wing
Chief designer and owner, Mint Siren

Top Picks: Aquilano Rimondi Fall 2009 Ready To Wear Collection


Exaggerated 1940s shapes, in luxe furs, feathers and satins. Elsa Schiaparelli meets Bladerunner.

From “Good taste and chic are needed in fashion,” said Aquilano. “On the runway, you sometimes have to exaggerate, but we also just want to make clothes women will want to wear. And not to keep changing every season for the sake of it. Continuity matters.”

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