The Salon de la Lingerie 2010 is associated to the organisation Designing Hope which works to help african women living with aids. The concept is to create a link from fashion designers, who design hope, and african women, who create decoration products from the draws.
Fifteen well known lingerie brands have participated to this partnership and theirs designs became hand-made brodery lamps which were exposed during the Salon. This lamps will be sold this spring on internet at ithemba and next december at the BHV store in Paris. Price will be really affordable (from 40 to 80 euros); it pays the work of the african women of course and it helps also to finance the association.
So for a few money you can participate to a charitable action and in the same time claim in your lounge (or in your bedroom) your taste for beautiful lingerie!
Personnaly I particularly love the Ritratti’s lamp but I will buy the Aubade one for it sense of humour 😉
Intima Moda – Simone Pérèle – Ritratti – Wacoal – Valery /
Empreinte – Passionata – Implicite – Occidente
©Petite-Coquette – Click to enlarge
The website of the association Designing Hope
The webshop which provide the Dessine l’Espoir products: ithemba
The website of the Salon de la Lingerie