Canadian winters can get blustery and cold, so the idea of lounging around the house in skimpy lingerie during the upcoming arctic months is pretty much a non-starter.
Thankfully, in these chilly times we can turn to La Fée Verte, a lingerie label whose collection consists of layering silky undergarments and cozy knits (I know, major excitement!).
This shouldn’t be surprising once you learn that LFV founder and creative director Adam Sakara originates from Canada, so he obviously just ‘gets it’: a light and airy fall collection just ain’t going to cut it for us Canuck women.
Named after the highly intoxicating drink absinthe, which was commonly referred to in historical literature as the ‘green fairy’, La Fée Verte is geared towards women who desire a level of sexuality, sophistication and individuality in their clothes.
The LFV lookbook, in which a raven-haired model poses against a distressed wood-beamed wall (the snow-filled landscape photographs allude to her being isolated in the log cabin), reveals the collection is both extensive and breathtakingly beautiful. Seriously, an isolated cabin set within a bleak environment never looked hotter.
The fall collection has a very vintage feel, with silk bralettes with contrast fabric trim and boyshorts, playful rompers with lace inserts, bodysuits and sensual chunky knits. Complete the cabin-chic look with knit beanies, infinity scarves, cashmere tights and fingerless gloves.
The collection ranges in price from $35-200, while bras range in size from 32A-36D and bottoms from XS-L.
Here are some wintry campaign photos for the new collection, followed by a gallery of product shots from the LFV lookbook.