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Exquisite Lingerie in Aspen

Exquisite Lingerie in Aspen

Getting bored with not being able to tear it up in Aspen, or hop on a plane to explore new exotic places? Zema Lingerie in Aspen will take you to new exotic places with their Bordelle Lingerie and The Suitcase.

Bordelle Exquisite Lingerie

Exquisite Lingerie in Aspen

Bordelle is a niche and unique concept in women’s lingerie and bodywear that combines true craftsmanship with ground-breaking designs, toying with themes of seduction and domination. The Bordelle aesthetic is characterised by body-con silhouettes and rooted in a proprietary technique that blends 24k gold-plated hardware and customised satin elastic to create iconic pieces featuring a luxury S&M sensuality. Since launching in 2009 at Selfridges in London, where bondage inspired girdle dresses sold out within twenty-four hours of arriving on the shop floor, Bordelle’s offering has expanded and made it to Aspen @zemalingerie. Bordelle continues to be designed and handmade in London and Europe. The unmistakably bondage aesthetic is developed and updated each season, while always remaining true to its original message: Memorable, provocative, and never without a reaction.

The Suitcase

Exquisite Lingerie in Aspen

Encapsulating pleasure for those willing to master it – or be mastered – the LELO 15th Anniversary collection is a limited-time BDSM set unlike anything you’ve dared experience before.
After 15 years of luxury, quality and pleasure, the most monumental moment in LELO history is here: The Limited-Edition Anniversary Collection. The world’s most luxurious BDSM line ever created features 12 unique pleasure objects and a gorgeous carry-case that will be sold exclusively while limited supplies last. Crack your whips, stimulate your senses and pack your suitcase…it’s going to be kinky.

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