(PRWEB) January 24, 2007
Made by Niki (stand S18, Paris Salon de la Lingerie 2-5 Feb 2007) is launching the Rosary Collection in stores worldwide this February 2007. The couture lingerie collection comes with instant redemption, in the form of a Swarovski crystal and czech glass Rosary necklace that can be suspended from the straps, the chastity belt or worn separately. 'Made by Niki's' hand-crafted, innovative approach to lingerie produces extraordinarily versatile garments which can be worn with jeans or dressed up, over or under clothes, inside-out and with removable jewelery.
The Rosary Collection includes a balconette multi-way/strapless bra, chastity belt and knickers with removable Rosary jewelery - all of which is handmade by the designer, Niki McMorrough, who quotes, "The Rosary is an age-old symbol of purity and peace, used for centuries by people seeking instant redemption. I couldn't think of a better place to put one than on this devilishly decadent bra." Made by Niki will release just 30 sets of each colourway (Heavenly White and Devilish Black) which can be ordered direct from http://www.madebyniki.co.uk or from Niki stockists (listed on website). There are still a few sets available to buyers at wholesale prices.
Notes to Editor: Made by Niki's garments are seriously limited edition collectibles, each with a hand-painted number label (i.e. 1 of 50, 2 of 50…) The company is based in Market Harborough, Leicestershire (UK), the historic town where Symington first introduced mass-produced corsets in the 1800's.
About 'Made By Niki': Engineered with traditional support techniques, historical fabrics and a modern twist, Niki's lingerie is adored, bought and worn by KT Tunstall, Victoria Beckham and Gwen Stefani. Made by Niki VIP's can pre-order in their size (to become a VIP, http://www.madebyniki.co.uk/VIP), and receive tip-offs about exclusive one-offs and new colourways.
Niki McMorrough is also a diarist and writer for Lingerie Buyer magazine and the Sunday Telegraph. Having formerly trained in lingerie design and business at London College of Fashion, London College of Printing and De Montfort University (Contour Fashion), she finally gave up her job as Head of Marketing for Ministry of Sound and Turner Broadcasting so that she could launch her own label.