Underwear

Underwear

  • $48.00
    Everything about this low-waisted brief is perfectly in sequence. The fit, a masterwork, the lace, a symphony of stunning, hits all the high notes.
  • $58.00
    Is this Huit's magnum opus? A retro-fabulous paneled botanical lace high-waisted silhouette comes in fresh colors every season which hits all the high notes.
  • $38.00
    What does a perfect wide-lace-sided string thong look like? Oh, this. Gorgeous lace, supremely flattering shape.
  • $45.00
    Graphic lace, luscious cafe au lait loveliness, and bold pops of citron macaron make this essentially French brief an exercise in everyday lovely. Obviously we love it.
  • $43.00
    This reminds us of our first French Kisses, weak kneed and woozy, intoxicated by something so simple, natural, grown up, sexy, and awesome.
  • $34.00
    This pretty striped brief interviews well. She's a perfectionist, works and plays well with others, it is a fierce multitasker (ahem, wearable stripes).
  • $42.00
    No woman is an island, but if she were, she'd be Manhattan. Sophisticated and effortless, cutting edge, and luscious. Uptown, downtown, this little bottom has it.
  • $42.00
    Oh, Manhattan. We'll take ours straight up. This little bottom is effortlessly sophisticated, cutting edge artistic, lovely and luscious all the way to the park.
  • $46.00
    If we had a puritanical bent, we might want to forbid this scorching avant garde brief. The silhouette, danger, everything else is pure Parisian elegance.
  • $38.00
    Oh Melisande, patron saint of forbidden love. We love everything about it, but it's the color (!) that brings it to us to a height of passion. Forbidden? All the better.
  • $35.00
    Perfect bordeaux plum palette and gorgeous scalloped edging take this sweet bikini, with its striped and sheer stretch mesh panels from little ditty to magnum opus.
  • $48.00
    Scalloped piping forms gorgeous panels, stunning striped mesh is perfectly sheer, and bordeaux palette has us feeling tipsy. But the high-waist shape? A magnum opus indeed.