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Aubade lingerie pouch sewn and embroidered in Swaziland
Following a previous collaboration at the "International Lingerie Fair" in 2010, Aubade has decided once again to support Designing Hope and drew a Lingerie pouch sewn and hand embroidered by women of association in Swaziland.
Written : 2011-10-18 - Last modified 2017-06-25
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COLLABORATION RENEWED

In 2010, Aubade drew for Designing Hope, a lampshade designed as a "flip book", twirling a small silhouette doing a strip tease on a small chair.

The lesson of seduction No. 105: "savoir l'allumer" was presented at the 2010 International Lingerie Fair and developed by Ithemba then, in a version for sale that was distributed at BHV for Christmas.

In 2011, the prestigious lingerie brand renews its support by drawing a lingerie pouch.




SMART AND ETHICAL

This black satin pouch is sewn and hand embroidered by women of a group of self-support in Swaziland.

He takes one of the silhouettes of the lampshade whose outlines are embroidered over cream-white cotton thread.
On the other side a cursive writing, is also hand embroidered: "my lingerie."


Ideal for traveling, this stylish pouch protects the underwears while helping to support the solidarity approach of Designing Hope.


Swazi women sewing and embroidering the Aubade lingerie pouch



The Aubade lampshade and the women of Swaziland embroidering it.

A LIMITED EDITION OF 1000 PIECES

The pouch will be for sale for the holiday season, at the indicative price of € 20.

Available within the network of boutiques Aubade and in the e-shop (www.aubade.com) as well as on the Ithemba web site (www.ithemba.fr)


Useful links:

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