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9 Luxury Lingerie Brands to Try On This Valentine's Day

Maria Gracia Santillana | February 8, 2021 | Style & Beauty

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Carine Gilson's 2010 collection.

Satin, silk and lace have all become staples of luxury lingerie brands, but what about 24k gold and Swarovski crystals?

In today's luxury lingerie market, classic beauty is infused with modern design. It's a combination of the evocative and the delicate, leather and lace, the sensual and the demure. Through classic silhouettes and timeless materials, leading designers create intimate pieces that complemend any body shape, and while they're great for special occasions, they're often comfortable enough for everyday wear.

Luxury lines pride themselves on attention to detail and high-quality materials, but all these brands have one common goal: to make women feel empowered in whatever they are (or aren’t) wearing.

Whether you’re treating yourself or your partner, these are the nine best high-end luxury lingerie brands on the market today.



This London-based lingerie company defines class and power. With their emblematic strappy designs and patterned mesh, Bordelle’s newest collections feature pieces in classic black and navy. A new Tundra design brings a feminine touch to their provocative and powerful pieces, while 24k gold-plated accents act as the finishing touch to the sensual and alluring luxury lingerie. As part of their mission to become an increasingly-sustainable brand, Bordelle’s SS21 pieces are made from predominantlyrecycled fabrics, featuring a breathable, open-knit mesh and an opaque jersey. Bordelle’s West London showroom also features a bespoke service for customized and unique pieces with a now-virtual consultation.

I.D. Sarrieri


Featuring Chantilly lace and silk-satin as its staple materials, I.D. Sarrieri is designed to exude class. The British brand boasts pieces that are more than just lingerie; each individual piece is rather an eye-catching piece of art sure to bring elegance into your sexiest looks. The lace classics are both comfortable and stylish, showcasing beautifully-embroidered scallop edges and Swarovski crystals. These ornate pieces celebrate the art of getting dressed, implanting grace into every step you take. I.D. Sarrieri pieces are meant to be seen, blurring the lines between lingerie and ready-to-wear, bringing classic yet modern flare to your boudoir.

Carine Gilson


French-based Carine Gilson brings couture and ready-to-wear lingerie under one roof. Using natural Lyon silks and luxurious Chantilly lace, Gilson’s hand-crafted pieces are thoughtful and unique. Gilson’s approach to couture and lingerie begets elegant pieces that blur the line between evocative and delicate. Drawing inspiration from nature and travel, Gilson’s most recent collection includes sets in emerald silk colors with black lace inlays. Hand-crafted by her French and Belgian ateliers, all pieces flow flawlessly across the wearer’s body.

La Perla


This celebrity-favorite, Italian luxury lingerie brand does not disappoint. Founded in 1954 Bologna, Italy, as an atelier of corsetry, the classic brand has been at the forefront of luxury lingerie for nearly 70 years. La Perla continues to adapt to the trends of the decade, bringing high quality design to women across the globe. Expanding past the timeless lace and satin materials synonymous with lingerie, La Perla now produces pieces in cotton and recycled Lycra.

Fleur of England


Fleur of England is reclaiming feminine power. Featuring lace and mesh designs, this brand's lingerie is equal parts romantic and sophisticated. Each piece is hand-designed by Founder and Creative Director Fleur, before being produced in Portugal and tested for fit at Fleur’s London ateliers. With an extreme dedication to fit and comfort, these pieces may just become your new everyday faves.


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With versatile and lightweight yet luxurious designs, Eres brings comfortable and breathable fabric onto the luxury lingerie scene. Their newest collection features a sophisticated shade of green coupled with simple designs. These classy, smooth lines are sure to make Eres a must for everyday, loungey lingerie.

Agent Provocateur


Born out of London’s Soho counterculture, Agent Provocateur is bold yet sensual. With sheer, soft tulles, lace overlays and delicate embroidery ,this brand is one of the most desirable. Combining elastic straps with satin bows, Agent Provocateur even features crystals in its most sumptuous items. With sets ranging from the darkest of blacks, burgundies and emeralds, to bright reds and the softest of whites, you’ll leave the store feeling like an effervescent femme fatale.



This Amsterdam-based boutique is the hotspot of all exclusive lingerie. Featuring pieces from designers Paul Seville, Tisja Damen, Studio Pia, Coco de Mer and more, Pleasurements prides itself on housing erotic couture from all around the world. Their exclusive Pleasurements label features the finest fabrics from Italy and luxury French lace. In a variety of styles, Pleasurements’ pieces are meant to show off your beauty, accentuating your curves both in the boudoir or in public. Easy sizing (small, medium, and large) with adjustable straps, and their standard gift-box packaging makes Pleasurements’ original designs perfect for gifting, for both others and yourself.

Fleur du Mal


Loved by Hollywood celebrities, Fleur du Mal brings the sweet to the sensual. Their flirty designs are unapologetically feminine. With bikini-like tops, unisex boxers and playful robes, Fleur du Mal’s satin collection features both suggestively skimpy pieces with low-key attire.

Photography by: Patrick McMullan