Andrés Sardá Lingerie Spring/Summer 2013 Collection

Delicate lace, luxurious colors and intricate detailing define the couture-like lingerie creations of Barcelona-based Andrés Sardá brand. The designer’s daughter and the heiress of the family business, Nuria Sardá has proved multiple times that she can create the incredible and the mesmerizing, sticking to the brand’s philosophy to bringing new ideas and break away from whatever is considered to be normal. Featuring Bregje Heinen, the newest Andrés Sardá lingerie spring/summer 2013 collection perfectly captures the brand’s signature style and brings to the scene amazing contrasts, Indian summer colors and the finest fabrics inspired by seven iconic divas of Hollywood cinematography.

Andrés Sardá Lingerie Spring/Summer 2013 Collection
As the creative director of the brand, Nuria Sardá tries to explain her stunning collection, it’s all about contrasts. We see contrasts in colors, textures and materials, which give a sexy touch to the designs and help a woman highlight her perfections and hide small figure flaws. As a result, the Andrés Sardá lingerie spring/summer 2013 collection displays contrasting colors combined in a single bra set, tulle blended with satin and lace, while the sexy stockings, suspenders, golden jewelry pieces and high heels come to finish off the looks with a high dose of seductiveness and glamour.
As far as the selected color palette goes, the Andrés Sardá lingerie spring/summer 2013 collection features innocent whites and luxurious blacks, as well as eclectic blue, coral and nude tones. The pieces are monochrome mainly, creating interest through floral details, embroidery, sexy transparency inserts and ruffles. There are also bold floral printed designs too, as well as alluring geometric cuts and retro touches.

Andrés Sardá Lingerie Spring/Summer 2013 CollectionAndrés Sardá Lingerie Spring/Summer 2013 Collection

Andrés Sardá Lingerie Spring/Summer 2013 CollectionAndrés Sardá Lingerie Spring/Summer 2013 Collection
Simply charming is the Andrés Sardá lingerie spring/summer 2013 collection, which includes seven different lines named after popular Barcelona squares: Nord, Pau, Vila, Sol, Neri, Nova and Diamant. Each of them has a unique theme and attitude and each deserves special attention. Discover the full Andrés Sardá lingerie spring/summer 2013 collection at the Andrés Sardá stores and prepare to inject a high dose of luxe style into your new season lingerie wardrobe this season!

Andrés Sardá Lingerie Spring/Summer 2013 CollectionAndrés Sardá Lingerie Spring/Summer 2013 Collection

Andrés Sardá Lingerie Spring/Summer 2013 CollectionAndrés Sardá Lingerie Spring/Summer 2013 Collection

Andrés Sardá Lingerie Spring/Summer 2013 CollectionAndrés Sardá Lingerie Spring/Summer 2013 Collection

Photos courtesy of Andrés Sardá

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