There’s a whole lot of change happening at VPL, which is surprising given that the New York brand has such a distinctive signature it could coast on its catalogue styles for years to come.
If you’re one of those people who has so far resisted the allure of trend-leading underwear label VPL, prepare to surrender.
The New York-based creator of those sporty color-blocked designs with the uber-cool wide elastic straps takes a slight detour this fall with a diffusion line aimed at expanding its audience.
When the cool New York label VPL debuted almost a decade ago, the concept of lingerie as outerwear was still something more suited to fashion runways than city streets. Today, that trend is part of the style mainstream and VPL deserves no small part of the credit for pushing it there.
There’s lots happening over at the uber-creative VPL, which has got a special treat in store tonight.
The trendsetting New York label is debuting an installation/performance piece featuring the combined talents of designer Victoria Bartlett and rope-sculpture artist Orly Genger.
If you’re in New York, you can see it live at VPL’s Mercer Street boutique. The rest of us can watch it streamed …
Victoria Bartlett plays fast and loose with the concept of seasonal fashion collections, and isn’t shy about releasing pre-season capsule collections or other bits and pieces from her much-admired label VPL (Visible Panty Line) when the moods suits her or public demand warrants it.