French lingerie leader @MaisonLejaby celebrated a landmark event this week The Lido Paris, to mark 130 years in business. Set at the heart of the Champs Elysees, The Lido has been the decadent setting for some of the finest shows since 1946 and encompasses a message at the heart of the @MaisonLejaby brand: French elegance, couture and savoir-fair.Working with The Lido’s infamous cast, which includes musicians, prima ballerinas, burlesque dancers and opera singers, the performance showcased Maison Lejaby’s extensive collections including the premium Couture range and designs crafted especially for the event. Highlights included a show stopping boned corset and tutu, which opened the show and a fluid white silk gown worn by Louis Fuller during an enchanted solo performance.
With a heritage dating back to 1884, the show took guests through the decades of the brand’s history, crafting each section around key moments including Art Deco, Art Nouveau and the pin up era of the 1950’s. The @MaisonLejaby design team worked tirelessly to design and craft creations for each of the 70 performers over the hour-long show and featured lace detailed lingerie sets, @swarovski encrusted corsets, shape-wear, silk gowns and full-length chiffon robe.