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Each season fashion trends come and go (don’t get me wrong, I always love seeing what’s new), but it’s the classics, the basics, the go-to items in your closet that set the foundation for your wardrobe.

So, among the bevy of new fall/winter lingerie collections being presented to us at a dizzying speed, it’s refreshing to see a label perfect the art of minimalism.

And Wundervoll, a Berlin-based luxury lingerie label since 2008, has done just that. “We’re more concerned with creating an unmistakable Wundervoll style than following short-lived trends”, says Matthias Jaschke, the founder of Wundervoll.

As a testament to the label’s quality (their attention to detail is impeccable), all the styles are produced in Germany.

While Jaschke prides himself on creating timeless pieces, his F/W collection, Midnight Radio, is anything but boring.

As in past collections, Midnight Radio takes its inspiration from music — in this season’s case, it exudes a melancholic, sensual and elegant quality. No, you won’t find extravagant bells and whistles within the Midnight Radio collection, but what Jaschke does offer are styles created from the most delicate and luxurious fabrics that accentuate the body without confining it.

Take for instance the Atmosphere balconette bra and Radio pants. Yes, they are a nod to the past (I know you can just picture Betty Draper of Mad Men donning this), but there’s a reason the silhouette keeps resurfacing in the lingerie world — the ensemble exudes effortless, timeless chic.

And as if his pieces don’t already look incredibly good on your body, they’re insanely comfortable as well. Fabricated from soft jersey made from 100% silk, most of the styles feature adjustable or convertible straps, like the Sonic Teddy, a nostalgic bodysuit with crisscross, adjustable straps and additional body fastener.

Another great feature of the collection is its uniformity of styles and colors (there are only three: papyrus, crystal grey and black), so the wearer is able to mix-and-match pieces easily.

Take a peek at the rest of the collection below, and visit to locate your nearest stockist.

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