Myla F/W 2012: Ethereal Architecture
By Anna Glassman

We preview the glamorous new collection from this London-based luxury label.

Apr 17, 2012


If Myla‘s alluring new collection is any indication, we should expect a high dose of glamour for Fall/Winter 2012. Citing Gothic Romance, Tudor Encounters, Ice Queen and Warrior Princess as key themes, the London-based label polished up their slightly naughty, bondage-y aesthetic of previous seasons with sophisticated touches of French Leavers lace, charmeuse and velvet for Fall – all arranged in intricate panels that are an architectural marvel. Three-piece sets are as enticing as ever, the lines of bras, garter belts and panties designed to create sinuous graphic impact. Laces and florid motifs are strategically placed along cups and “floating” on illusory panels of mesh, hiding and revealing just enough of the body. From the basques to the chemises, the new collection should be a hit for the pivotal Holiday and Valentine’s Day season.

To preview more images from Myla’s F/W 2012 collection, visit our Image Library.

Myla F/W 2012: Ethereal Architecture

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