Whether lounging by the pool, catching a wave or topping up your tan on the beach, make sure you’re correctly supported this summer in the latest swimwear from Chantelle. Designed to make women look their best whilst remaining comfortable, these stylish pieces are sure to get everyone dreaming of summer!
Selfridges will unveil today its brand new 37,000ft Body Studio offering lingerie, beachwear, nightwear hosiery and even a wellness cafe. Chantelle is one of the 100+ brands based in the new department and was featured on a shop window to promote the upcoming department launch.
Chantelle’s new invisible bra, Aeria, is available in Black and Nude exclusively at Selfridges until the end of April. The new style features a combination of a spacer knit on the lower cup and delicate tulle on the upper cup making it the brand’s most feminine invisible bra yet. Aeria allows the skin to breath, offering maximum comfort, and also features fully adjustable straps and a T-back hook.
Chantelle and Passionata are pleased to announce the winner of the successful Moda competition. Customers who placed an order at the show were entered into a prize draw for the chance to win a Spa Day for two, and the lucky winners are Contour from Ireland.
Contour owner Helen Travers says: “I am delighted to have won the Chantelle & Passionata Moda competition and look forward to my relaxing spa day. I always find Chantelle very retailer focussed and their support is greatly appreciated. I’m very pleased with the new Chantelle & Passionata ranges for next season.”
Chantelle have introduced two fashion colours into their sports bra range, adding to the existing Black and Grey. New colours Indigo and Raspberry Pink are guaranteed to brighten any gym kit and make wintry exercise a little more exciting.
The Chantelle sports bra is made of soft, breathable microfibre with flexible underwiring and lightly padded cups. Additional support is provided by a panel underneath and around the cups that helps to keep the bra in place while you exercise, and there is also a T-back option to adapt to different outfit.
This July the London Swimwear Show will have the largest selection of brands yet with a fully booked show. Over 100 brands among regular exhibitors and newcomers will showcase their collections, and new names include Sunseeker, Clover Lewis, Chantelle, Beach Bunny, Blue Lobster, Vamp!, Hipanema, Look Z, L*Space, Mileti and Ted Baker to name a few. Underlines takes a look at some of the highlights on offer at this well established specialist trade event.
Studio 13 will be bringing some exciting new brands to the event including PilyQ, L*Space, Marianna G, Solange Sandals, Mileti and Taylor Morris sunglasses. New premium swimwear brand Clover Lewis will be making its commercial launch at the show, and is one one of the first UK mastectomy brands founded and designed by a young breast cancer survivor. Founder of the brand, Clover, commented: “I believe my 2016 collection will sit well alongside mainstream boutique brands in-store, helping to ‘normalise’ the swimwear shopping experience of women after surgery.”
Vamp is introduced to the UK with an explosion of prints infused with Mediterranean colours and figure hugging silhouettes. Key trends are geometric designs, summer stripes and florals and the brand offers competitive wholesale prices from £10-35. APM Agency is also showing for the first time this season at the London Swimwear Show with a collection of brands under the RAJ Manufacturing umbrella – Luxe by Lisa Vogel, Oakley, Splendid, Ella Moss and Nautica (in the Quebec Suite).
The Elite Group will present a wide range of collections with something for every woman (and man!) including Phax, Baku, Corin and Hurley as well as Aguaclara, which sees a change in direction for 2016. Previously renowned for striking animal prints, the new collection takes a more sophisticated direction showing subtle hints of leopard and snakeskin in a deep blue, jade green and pastel pink colour palette with hints of gold and monochrome.
Profile 2016 is inspired by all things natural, beautiful and handmade combined with innovative contemporary techniques. Key trends include Exotic Gateway (prints from faraway destinations); Techno Geo (a trademark Profile© combination of small-geometric prints with the signature ultra-feminine silhouettes); Wildlife (the beauty of all things natural) and Grace Noir (contrasting textures, sheer/opaque contrasts and laser-cut technology) all complemented by a rich and exciting range of solid colours.
Moontide and Piha are regulars at the London event and this year Moontide is presenting one of the most exciting and mature collections to date. On trend high necklines feature prominently alongside a range of attractive halternecks as well as a wide range of differently shaped bottoms (tiny ties to contouring high waisted 50s style pants).
Chantelle is a newcomer at the event and will be showing three new shapes: 3-part, plunge triangle and ½ cup T-shirt bra which all come up to F cup. Inspiration is the aridity of the desert with cosy, satiny and pleated details with wild prints, all beautifully finished with discreet jewellery effects. Veronique Puyo will be representing Save the Queen! Sun as well as Pepita and Tata – collections can be seen at the Ballroom at the London Swimwear Show.
Chantelle Lingerie conducted a recent report on female members at Surrey Sports Park about their sports bra buying habits, revealing that nearly 60% of the women surveyed had not had a fitting in the past 12 months (and indeed 14% of the women had NEVER had a fitting). Similarly 22% admitted they do not try a sports bra on before they make a purchase.
Perhaps not surprising then that amongst the women who are not happy with their current sports bra (1 out of 4), 50% felt them unsupportive and 40% said they were ill fitting. Chantelle has revealed the results to highlight that not wearing a good sports bra will cause permanent and irreparable damage (not matter what the cup size). 78% of the women surveyed exercised more than 3 times a week but only 50% own one or two bras for sports and 94% actually admitted they do not replace them regularly!
French brand, Chantelle, unveiled its first full range of swimwear that has been introduced to the UK for Summer 2015. Already stocked in figleaves.com it will be rolled out to selected stores within the next month.
The theme is an African journey with modern prints and harmonious colour combinations with attention to detail and exquisite finishing, characteristic of the brand. A wide range of triangle and push up bikini tops, one pieces and brief styles are offered with a capsule set of matching accessories such as dresses.