Inspired by the social and sexual revolution of the swinging sixties

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The SS18 collection by Bordelle explores themes of space age, futuristic design, love, lust, and liberation. The collection is divided into three distinct ranges—Bubble, Orbit and Square Lace. Original and ultra-feminine, the Bubble Range expresses the spirit and energy of the era, combining bold embroidery and circular themes throughout.

Inspired by Pierre Cardin’s infamous campaign imagery of the sixties and his bubble house ‘Palais Bulles’, each piece is hand-crafted from delicate customised Swiss embroidered tulle, opulent 24K gold plated components and signature bondage-luxe customised elastic strapping.

Designed to push boundaries and broaden the Bordelle bondage aesthetic, the Orbit Range explores space age and futuristic design, infusing unexpected cut-out fabric with geometric shapes and innovative strap positioning. It is hand-crafted from circular-cut jersey laminated foam, delicate sheer mesh, signature customised elastic strapping and 24k gold plated hardware. This iconic collection showcases a mix of wearable shapes and elaborate show pieces, perfect for the futurist femme fatale.

The Square Lace Range is a softer, more sensual take on the playful provocation and sexuality of the sixties. The range elevates classic lingerie silhouettes with provocative geometric cut-out detailing and luxurious bondage elements. A modern homage to Paco Rabanne’s iconic metal work dresses, the delicate and distinctive customised Swiss embroidered tulle has been reimagined in three seductive shades—Black, Violet and Caramel.

A key element of the collection is the new exclusive triple ring detail. Three 24K gold plated O-rings layer to form an eye-catching and ultra-opulent design feature, adorning many pieces in this covetable collection.

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