Isosceles: Unique Female Lingerie Inspired By Geometry And Architecture

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Isosceles is a unique, independent lingerie label making waves out of London with their debut collection. Deriving their name from geometry, their designs swathe the female body in an architectural rainbow of graphic and figure-flattering neon shapes.

h/t: notcot, livefastmag

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