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It's also known for its use of luxurious materials and just a dash of sensuality but not overt sexiness. French fashion and the women who wear it have that certain "je ne sais quoi. Their trademark trick is always wearing matching bras and panties.
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The specific choice of the word often is motivated by an intention to imply the garments are alluring, fashionable or both. Lingerie is made of lightweight, stretchy, smooth, sheer or decorative fabrics such as silksatinLycracharmeusechiffon or especially and traditionally lace. These fabrics can be made of natural fibres like silk or cotton or of synthetic fibres like polyester or nylon.
Mysterious, luxurious, and culturally significant — that is the history of French underthings, or so an exhibition opening this Wednesday at the Chelsea Market aims to show. Backed by Promincor, the French association of lingerie, the show has been on tour in Paris, London, Shanghai, Dubai, and Berlin, and it is topping off its year abroad with a stop here in New York, ending August 6. This exhibition is comprised of total pieces — ranging from the nineteenth century to modern lingerie prototypes of the late-twentieth century — each of which will be on display, along with a social and historical chronology illustrated by images and videos.
A WHISPER of silk, a flutter of lace, a wisp of a garment that hides as much as it reveals: elegant lingerie is up there with the Eiffel Tower, the Impressionists and enviably thin women as part of the French mystique. In the less-rarefied atmosphere of a nearby Monoprix, office workers buy seductive and well-constructed undergarments in synthetic fabrics for a quarter of those prices. Lingerie has so far been more resilient than outerwear during the economic slowdown that has taken a heavy toll on consumption in France since