The artisans at La Perla handle only the most superb fabrics in their luxury lingerie creations, with a love for the ultimate fine points and complexity, this methodology has earned them the name of the very best in Italian craft heritage.
La Perla have gained in-depth abilities over time of the feminine body and dress making tactics from all over the earth, they have enhanced their abilities and put it to good employ in successful and luxury lingerie creations.
LaPerla was the creation of Ada Masotti who set up a boutique for corsets that were handmade, this tradition would track LaPerla all through their days as one of the very best in seductive garments.
The company became adventurous in creations and colours during the early sixties when they stepped away from the long-established skin tones and commenced introducing colours to luxury lingerie. They also presented a new array of co-ordinates built in the "B.B. style" featuring a woven chequered design along with lacy flowered print inserts and an array, collaborating black lacy bras with colored flowered girdles.
"Leavers lace" arrives from the name of the loom used for the construction of this soft lace. The fabulous looms were made during the 19th century and were enormously complex, due to the cost production of the looms they were stopped. Nonetheless LaPerla still preserve them as they are the only things competent of producing the luxury and magnificent handmade lace used in designs.
In 1971, La Perla entered into the luxury world of modish swimwear introducing garments combining aesthetics along and inspiration from Haute Couture. The corporation also launched a first this year, with their "triangle bra" seen in a silk nightgown. Disappearing into the 1980
s with a profitable background it allows for them span for diversity and they intermix with "Malizia" and a brand name known for swimwear "Annaclub". During the 90s La Perla take on an innovative and imaginative luxury style which demonstrates a single-minded and determined women portrayed in poses oozing self-confidence, wearing lace and tulle along with matching accessories. This advertisement highlights the advancements in luxury lingerie into the fashion world.
The year 2000 saw the introduction of the "Brassiere-Bretelle" a distinctive design consisting of 2 strips of lace covering just the middle of the bosom, the design was worn by Rebecca Romlijn in the film "Femme Fatale" by Brian de Palma.
In 2009, La Perla joined with Campari to present the limited version Campari Calendar 2010, now in its eleventh year. In the correct La Perla style code the new bridal compilation is exposed in 2010 for the romantic bride with a couture accent, the lingerie underlines the attractiveness of the bridal gown. La Perla also offer their Fall/Winter collection 2010-2011 at the New York Fashion Week for the first time and demonstrate the luxury limited edition set for Autumn/Winter 2010 at the London Fashion Weeks Boudoir.