British lingerie brand Kiss Me Deadly is known for their great retro pieces, mostly garters, girdles and bras. For Fall-Winter 2010 the label reinforced their image as a vintage-inspired brand with product images based on World War II ads. Now, KMD is back with a new spring called, appropriately, Seven Deadly Sins.
Kiss Me Deadly has found a novel way to introduce its fall collection and reinforce its image as a vintage lingerie label.
The UK purveyor of classic girdles and garters launched its new lines last week with a series of poster-like images inspired by WWII-era propaganda shots aimed at women. Recognize the iconic Rosie the Riveter reference above?
Good news for lovers of classy retro lingerie styles: Kiss Me Deadly, the London-based label specializing in faux vintage girdles, stockings and related pieces, has finally added an online shop to its website.
This will be welcome news indeed to femme fatales everywhere, especially in North America where you take your chances finding your favorite Kiss Me Deadly piece at local boutiques.
Tired of wearing your standard ‘go-to’ lingerie and wish you could slip into something a little more daring?
Luckily for you, Kiss Me Deadly is a lingerie line consisting of retro styles and dangerously sexy designs — although little touches of femininity keep these pieces from looking like they belong on a dominatrix (unless, of course, that’s your thing!).