Bras that fit amazingly, are incredibly comfortable and come at reasonable prices? It does exist, and they come straight from Lara Intimates studio in London!
Lara Intimates is made by women, for women. And by that, we mean ALL women! Their bras sizes ranges from 28A to 36E, and more sizes are coming soon. When Faith Leeves and Cindy Liberman created the brand in 2016, they couldn’t find a responsible lingerie factory in England that they liked, with prices that matches their budget. So they simply decided to create their own. Every Lara Intimates piece is made in-house in their studio in Central London.
Because they’re THAT sort of good, they did not stop there: they’ve partnered up with a UK supplier that buys surplus lingerie fabrics from all around the globe and brings it back to England. That reclaimed fabric, that otherwise would have ended in landfill, is used to make Lara Intimates. They believe the most sustainable fabric is the one that exists already. Well, we agree!
Did you know that on average 10% of fabric in the fashion industry ends up in the cutting room floor? At Lara, they try radically reduce this, and reuse any wasted fabric as stuffing.
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