Aside from the downright fantabulous clothes, hair, makeup, lighting, catwalk sets… what is it that makes the runway models look so good? Underpinnings, of course! We all know that good or bad underwear can make or break an outfit, so it’s no wonder that lingerie titan Triumph is the key supplier for such important products during London Fashion Week.
Lingerie designs from Fyodor Golan and Matthew Williamson - up for grabs at an auction!
In honour of this continued relationship – and their hourly fight against dodgy VPLs – Triumph are setting up a unique pop-up exhibition space during LFW that you can visit, too. ‘Maison Triumph’ will be lingerie heaven – with archival pieces from the label’s 127 year history and one-off pieces created by some of LFW’s top dogs like Louis Gray and Matthew Williamson to be auctioned for charity. Talks will be hosted by Helena Christensen – a model and designer for Triumph – and the BFC’s Caroline Rush. There will also be an art installation piece from David Longshaw featuring a very fashionable mouse called Maude. Oh, and shopping, naturally. Intrigued? Then get to 71 Monmouth Street any time between 15th-17th February.
Retro Triumph ad campaigns