* Designed by Serena Rees, formerly of Agent Provocateur
* A new loungewear line for men and women
* Bed-to-street staples to reach for again and again
At the intersection of sexy little nothings, laid-back loungewear and athleisure is the new label Les Girls, Les Boys. Created by Serena Rees, who made her name at Agent Provocateur, the collection offers a well-edited selection of lacy lingerie for women, well-fit boxers and briefs for guys, and, like the name suggests, unisex essentials like sweatshirts, sweatpants and graphic tees served up with a whiff of streetwear cool.
Here, discover the bed-to-street pieces that are making Les Girls, Les Boys the designer loungewear brand on the tip of everyone’s tongue.
1. Banded Briefs
Give a wink to 90s streetwear trends with a pair of logo elastic briefs. A mix of cotton and elastane keeps the fit snug in all the right places.
2. Henley Bodysuit
Go from bed to brunch in this curve-grazing ribbed knit henley bodysuit. The long sleeves feature banded cuffs and the bikini-cut bottom has a snap gusset for easy wear.
3. Balconette Bra
Les Girls, Les Boys is all about the right balance of masculine and feminine, like this ultra-sexy balconette bra in striped, sheer mesh. Try it peeking out from under their unisex logo tee, or under a crisp white shirt.
4. Logo Tee
A logo graphic covers the front of this crewneck Les Girls, Les Boys tee. A curved hem and super-soft 100% cotton make this a not-so-basic basic you’ll reach for again and again.
Graphic Logo Tee
5. Tapered Joggers
Sweatpants, perfected. Legs tapered just so and a slouchy-but-not-sloppy fit make sure this pair won’t just been seen at home. They’ll also keep their shape beautifully thanks to French terry material made with a touch of stretch.
6. Crewneck Sweatshirt
When it comes to wardrobe staples, the littlest details are what make the difference. Les Girls, Les Boys’ crewneck sweatshirt has just the right with a classic fit – not too tight, not too slouchy, with a hem that hits right at the hip. Cut from French Terry with a satisfyingly substantial weight.
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