“The more luxurious a woman’s lingerie, the more confident she is” Ada Mazotti, founder of LPerla
LPerl lingerie making process
BEGINNING A small workshop LPerl was opened by Ada Mazotti in 1954 in Bologna, where the world's best lacemakers live and the best silk is produced.
Prosperity In the 1960s, LPerl began to produce underwear, not only white and nude, but also colored, with patterns and lace inserts. In the 1970s, the brand creates new types of lingerie: first, a triangular (triangle) bra made of jersey, then panties made of elastic lace. In the 1980s, their best-selling bodysuit with wide spaghetti straps was made entirely of elastic lace. LPerl is a family business, now the third generation of the Mazotti family is working in the company.
lines The brand has three of them: underwear, beachwear and pret-a-porter. Within these lines, they make knitwear, children's clothes, men's, sports (even for golf). LPerl also produces stockings, glasses and perfumes.
IN HONOR OF THE CELEBRATION This year the brand is launching the Made to Measure line - in some boutiques, models from the LPerlMaison, LPerlFiligrane and LPerlCristallo Nero collections will be made to order. LPerlMaison, by the way, this year presents the version of the Gold Edition, in which lingerie is embroidered with lace from gold threads. The second collection consists of lingerie entirely made of gold threads using the macrame technique. The third includes two bodysuits hand-embroidered with Swarovski crystals.
Model Mariacarla Boscono in LPerl lingerie from the LPerlFiligrane collection