Supermodel, actress and lingerie designer Rosie Huntington-Whiteley launches a new Valentine’s Day lingerie collection for high street favourite, M&S.
The British model turned lingerie designer is back this season with a beautiful collection for Marks & Spencer. Rosie for Autograph has been a big hit for the trusted British store since launching back in August 2012, so it’s no wonder the capsule line is back for Spring ’14, just in time for the Valentine’s period.
Launching in store and online from 10 January, the collection comprises some of the signature pieces that have become best sellers for M&S. Expect to see pretty, feminine florals, sumptuous silks and flattering vintage cuts in pieces which range from cute teddies to silk robes, luxurious pyjamas to beautiful lingerie sets.
The tasteful range is ideal for the Valentine’s shopper who is after something delicate, pretty and a little bit luxe – all without a hefty price tag.
“We wanted to create a luxurious collection of lingerie that would be perfect for Valentine’s Day and embraces a woman’s femininity making her feel utterly beautiful, whether she is treating herself or receiving a gift from her partner” explains Rosie.
Standout pieces of the collection are the vintage inspired bra and brief set in a feminine floral print, adorned with romantic ruffles. As well as the champagne hued teddy trimmed with delicate French lace.
Of course, being one of the world’s most recognised supermodels means Devon-born Rosie looks incredible in all the pieces. But the collection actually offers a little something for everyone, whether it’s flattering high-waisted briefs you’re after, a demure silk cover-up or a curve enhancing padded bra.
Rosie’s favourite is the silk plunge bra and brief set in rich amethyst, which the model describes as a “beautiful and flattering jewel colour.”
We’ll be taking cues from Rosie this spring and treating ourselves to a little underwear drawer update.
The Rosie For Autograph Spring ’14 Collection launches in store and online from 10 January 2014.