Lingerie for Spring-Summer 23 or how to combine glamour and comfort!

The lingerie segment continues to focus on intimacy. Labels have become more inclusive, keen to embrace all morphologies, accompanied with a desire to be at ease with one’s body and soul while feeling desirable.

The Spring-Summer 23 collections are constructed around products with hybrid uses. Easy to wear both day and night, these items brilliantly combine fashion, glamour and comfort.

This stylistic evolution requires a careful choice of materials and cutting-edge innovations, developed by specialists from the sector.

A substantial challenge that combines with the unavoidable issue of eco-responsibility, which has been integrated by Première Vision’s exhibitors into their proposals for next Spring-Summer.

Discover a selection of fabrics especially for lingerie, inspired by the major trends of the future season.

Seductive comfort

Comfort has become a fixture in our wardrobes and is now extending to lingerie. Another way of conceiving lingerie is emerging, in line with the changes in the loungewear and activewear sections.

The focus is on innovative materials that guarantee freedom of movement and comfort, while designing products with a more versatile usage. A prerequisite that requires appropriate sourcing and the development of innovative materials.

Neo shapewear

Ultra-stretch but dense materials provide optimal hold without hindering movement. Lines are simpler and the preference is for seamless constructions. Materials are ideal for producing bralettes and shorties that can enhance and adapt to all morphologies. Shapewear products are evolving and are less restrictive for the body while promising a curvy silhouette. Body-suits and high-waist pants boast ultra-clean lines and gain in sophistication thanks to graphic cut-outs and subtly iridescent coatings.

Bras are produced in spacer knits, which now available in eco-responsible versions thanks to new fibres that replace elastane with recycled alternatives such as Roica©. These knits ensure breathability and natural curves, without adding thickness.

Sporty lingerie

Lingerie for sport is focused on a cotton-like appearance. Produced in blends of organic cotton and recycled polyester, elongated brassieres and cyclist shorts are also envisaged in regular ribs and combine with the season’s loungewear items to be worn indoors and out. These sporty items can also be imagined in city versions, worn with oversized blazers: a smart, sporty look is guaranteed!

For intense sporting practices, materials provide perfect hold as well as enhanced technical performances. The items are breathable, anti-UV, anti-odour and combine environmental qualities thanks to new fibres produced from biopolymers.

Refined simplicity

Next season’s lingerie range also reveals its quest for apparent simplicity. White is very important this season, evoking the charm of virginal romanticism. Strong colours brighten geometric patterns that have been simplified to the extreme. Shapes are refined and aspire to a subtle elegance.



A desire for freshness and youthful innocence which is illustrated by the influence of virginal romanticism. A penchant for the pureness of white which does not overlooking fashion creativity, notably thanks to Chantilly lace scattered with classically elegant flowers. Tulles embroidered with textured flowers are embellished with delicate sequins to be added to nightdresses with a deliciously old-fashioned charm.



This season, geometric patterns embrace colour. Stretch silks are embellished with tone-on-tone patterns and go crazy for slightly shocking bright colours. Lace, now available in recycled versions, is designed with square or round patterns and is available in lively colours. It uplifts shorts and tee-shirt sets giving them a touch of pop. In more feminine versions, coloured geometric lace is embellished with lurex thread and delicately placed as inserts on cups to give a faux art deco impression.

Expansive florals

Exuberant flowers and bright colours boost this season’s fashion lingerie. A springlike atmosphere that showcases a desire for nature and optimism in line with the influences of the season. These expressive flowers, with their barely concealed pop accents, add a touch of regressive and deliciously retro fantasy to nightwear.

Garden party

This first theme focuses on a fresh and bold fashion creativity that is not afraid of accumulating decorative elements. Freshly candid organic cottons printed with figurative and coloured flowers combine with broderie anglaise to embellish low-cut bras and panties. Lace embroidered with copious, opulent flowers presents stylised designs. In a more junior version, stretch netting is printed or embroidered with naïf flowers, as if hand-made, drawing on this season’s rural folk influence and available in triangle versions enhanced with finishes and coloured overstitching, as well as PJ shorts.

Elegant lace

Across all segments, floral designs are unmissable this season. Climbing, teeming, flowers appear like floral beds climbing over the chest. Under their air of timeless classics, these decorations are reworked in bright colours such as synthetic coral, blue and “jackpot green” from the Première Vision colour range.

Thick embroidery with a cotton look is used to build close-fitting and sexy bras. Eyelash lace dares to embrace bright colours and, placed in inserts on delicate silk camisole tops or on net triangles, conjugates glamour and modernity.

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