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P&P a year in review and a great big THANK YOU!

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The end of the year is a great time for reflection but the beginning or January 2020 also sees us celebrating our 5th birthday so this seems like a great time to look back on everything we’ve achieved in the last 12 months before setting our sights on further improvements and fabulous lingerie designs for the following 12 months!

This year we launched our Stocking Subscription club, the first of its kind to delivery you a pair of seamed stockings to your door every single month. The club has been running for around 6 months now and it’s constantly growing in popularity, making the perfect gift or just saving you the hassle of re-ordering stockings yourself. Simply tell us your stockings size and colour preference, or let us sent you a variety and we take care of the rest. Small enough to fit through your letter box too so there’s no need to worry about being in to receive them.

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Pip & Pantalaimon Classic Black Lingerie

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Black lace is a lingerie staple, an absolute classic adored by lingerie lovers the world over

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Discover our new Oyster Satin range

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This week we’re featuring our newest range, the Oyster Satin set.

The wonderful pearly fabric is the exact same divine heavy weight satin as our peacock satin range, but it’s a gorgeous rich oyster colour. We’ve made this range in the soft bra, Y strap suspender belt and classic knicker.

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Meet Fanciforia Foxglove

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How long have you been involved in the Pin up/Burlesque scene and what got you into it?
Goodness! I’m at risk of giving away my age here but a little over 10 years now. I started experimenting with vintage style in my late teens and began performing burlesque in 2011. I fell into burlesque through studying theatre at university, I was doing a play about vaudeville performers and went along to burlesque classes as part of my ‘character research’ like the diligent actress I was. I had a full on rhinestone and glitter induced epiphany and suddenly I was no longer a theatre actress but a fully fledged showgirl. I chucked in Shakespeare for corsets and committed to being a burlesque performer so my profile grew organically from there. 

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