Slip Into This

By Renee Lucas, October 26th, 2010

Brulee The reason that some women shy away from lingerie is because sometimes it just isn’t comfortable. The overly frilly lace and misplaced buttons and straps make you want to take it off just moments after you put it on (which some men will argue isn’t necessarily a bad thing).

Creme Brulee

By Noelia de la Cruz, July 27th, 2010

Go to bed happy with Brulee—the lingerie collection whose latest pieces embody sensuality, sportiness and subtlety all in one. The all-inclusive ensembles can easily cater to customers cut from many a different cloth. The corset silk bra—more Victorian era, less Victoria’s Secret—pairs easily with the mesh boy shorts. For the less conservative, there’s always the more skin-baring Vamp collection. The minimal, solid designs and sophisticated palette of navy, amber, black and auburn, however, keep Brulee from falling into overly detailed folly or uncomfortable showmanship (read on for our favorites). And as for the fashionistas, who’ve jumped on the recent romper trend, there’s yet another to add to your collection—and fall asleep with. Sweet dreams.

Not Your Ordinary Leggings

By Ying Lam, April 22nd, 2010

Though some people still protest the major 80s resurgence that is leggings, no one can deny the trend’s longevity. And even though summer’s fast approaching, layering stays in style all year long. These leggings by New York-based lingerie brand Brulee feature jet black jersey, studded hardware at the ankle and hook and eye-closures to add a bit of rock n’ roll to the basic leg covering.