la perla new york fashion week

Kendall Jenner and Jourdan Dunn show you how you’ll be wearing lingerie next season

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  • And it’s HOT.

    New York Fashion Week kicked off in style yesterday with the La Perla runway show, featuring a stellar model cast.

    Victoria’s Secret models Kendall Jenner, Stella Maxwell and Jourdan Dunn joined the likes of Naomi Campbell to give us all a masterclass in how to wear our lingerie next season.

    And let us tell you, it’s not just your normal pants and bra situation. Read on to find out the must-try underwear trends.

    Sheer magic

    Kendall Jenner lead the way in sheer lace champagne-coloured gown which revealed a nude body suit – and naked derriere. Well, it is a lingerie show after all.

    Nothing trashy here though with a pearl belt and silver jacket keeeping the look classy, while Kendall’s vampy lipstick and blunt bob were bang on trend.

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    The 90s are back (again)

    Kristen Stewart’s girlfriend harked back to the 90s in a purple floral slip dress that we’re sure you could get away with on a night out. Maybe.

    It’s all about glamour

    Jourdan mixed lingerie and evening wear in a sparkling black gown with a deep V-neck that gave us a glimpse of her embellished black bra.

    la perla new york fashion week

    The playsuit

    Who knew playsuits could be this sexy? Joan Smalls strutted down the runway in a black and cream lace playsuit which was made all the more elegant by her platform heels. Simple, but cool.

    The dressing gown and fluffy slippers

    In a turn of events that you may or may not have seen coming, the humble dressing gown and fluffy slippers are now trendy, thanks to Naomi Campbell.

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    The veteran model team a lace cami with a long midnight blue robe and black faux-fur mules and we want the entire look.

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