Everyone deserves to feel comfortable and confident, and now, that is possible, thanks to a new gender-fluid lingerie collection.
Launched on Sept. 1, ELLE reports that Serena Rees, founder of popular lingerie company Les Provocateur, designed a 100-piece collection of gender-fluid intimates called Les Girls Les Boys. The line, which features “intimates, underwear, and streetwear that isn’t confined to one gender,” draws inspiration from streetwear, says ELLE, incorporating pieces such as graphic tees, sweats and sports bras.
While the line seems to have dropped from the sky, Rees reportedly began working on Les Girls Les Boys 18 months ago, according to ELLE, after “noticing the ‘disconnect’ between oversexualized concepts of lingerie and how young people now view sex and sexuality.”
But with these versatile, inclusive pieces, that void may be filled. Les Girls Les Boys also offers its pieces at an accessible price point, says ELLE, retailing between $25 and $143. The line is currently for sale at Nordstrom, Selfridges and on lesgirlslesboys.com.