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Fleur T becomes Fleur of England


Fleur T becomes Fleur of England


One of our favourite designer lingerie labels Fleur T has relaunched as Fleur of England for its exquisite A/W09 Collection.


“The move was designed to better reflect the sophistication of the lingerie and its customers” says creative director Fleur Turner


“We were looking for a more elegant identity to reflect the luxury styling and the fit that are the things our customers love about our lingerie” she says “ Fleur of England captures that essence and highlights the fact that all our garments are designed and crafted in the UK”


Featured in The Independent, Harpers and Queen, Marie Claire, FHM in the last year has seen the luxury lingerie house go from strength to strength. Even in this economic climate, customers are looking for quality exquisite lingerie for their money luxurious fabrics, beautiful styling and exceptional fit the newly branded Fleur of England has stolen our hearts! For the second time!


As well as being stocked at Honeys Lingerie Boutique, Fleur T’s exquisite creations have appeared in some of the worlds leading stores, including Barneys and Henri Bendel (US) Holt Renfrew (Canada), Saks (Mexico) Harvey Nichols and Liberty (UK) galleries La Fayette and Le bon Marche (France).


The New Fleur of England Collection arrives in August “Keepsake” As Pictured above and “Desert” November feature sensual fabrics in Dusty Grey and Rich Chocolate. We can’t wait yum!



View our Current Fleur T (Fleur of England)Collections Je ne sais Quoi and Powder Puff


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6 Responses to “Fleur T becomes Fleur of England”

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