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What's the difference between Organic and 'Normal' silk?

We are often asked what the difference is between organic silk and the silk we use for our other collections. We also have a few puzzled looks when we introduced our Peace Silk collection, including our Vegan Nipple Pasties! So we thought we should enlighten you to why we feel it is important to use these ethical fabrics, and why we will plan to expand our eco lingerie collection. What's the difference between Organic and 'normal' silk? We are proud to work with the only company in the UK who specialises in organic silk fabrics. In a similar process to farming, organic silk production means that no pesticides, insecticides or harsh chemicals have been used in the production of the silk fibre and in producing the finished cloth....

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Luna Collection By Ayten Gasson and Luna DeLovely

  Ayten Gasson has collaborated with Burlesque performer Luna De Lovely to create a limited edition collection capturing the gothic feel of the Victorian period on beautifully designed vintage inspired silk lingerie. The print is delicate, yet dark and has been digitally illustrated as a salute to the heroes of print and pattern of that era such as William Morris. Each piece has been hand screen printed in the designer’s studio in Brighton, England. Amanda Chapman-Bruce is a surface pattern designer based in London. She has had commissions for illustrative drawings, corporate logos, and print and pattern work for fashion, accessories, and beauty. By day, Amanda works as a homewares designer creating quirky, fun and beautiful product and pattern, by evening she becomes Luna DeLovely, and can...

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A Mark Of Positive Living

  We are pleased to announce that PositiveLuxury have just awarded us with The Blue Butterfly trust mark for our positive impact on the planet! Thank you so much to everyone at www.positiveluxury.com. Check us out on their weekly round up of brand who have been awarded The Mark Of Positive Living! https://www.positiveluxury.com/2012/08/the-round-up-9/

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We've Returned To Brighton

  We are very pleased to announce that after a short spell in London, Ayten Gasson Lingerie has returned to its birthplace in Brighton.   The label was originally launched in the summer of 2005 with all designs and production taking place in a one bedroom Brighton flat. With a tremendous amount of support and loyal customers the label has steadily grown and now works with manufacturers based in Wales, Nottingham and London.   Our return to the south coast signals a new chapter in the Ayten Gasson Lingerie tale. While continuing to supply to some of the most luxurious boutiques around the world, our true passion lies in selling directly to you -  and our plans have now extended into opening...

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British Lingerie Label Ayten Gasson Continues To Support UK Manufacturing

With the recent claim that Mary Portas is “turning the lights back on for great British manufacturing” with her Kinky Knickers collection, Roberts explains how UK lingerie designers have long been supporting the UK lingerie manufacturing industry and firmly believes that consumers do buy British. Launched in 2005, Ayten Gasson Lingerie has become famed for a firm commitment to supporting the UK fashion industry. Whilst demonstrating a passion for luxurious design and the importance of quality construction, she is vigilant in supporting the few remaining underwear factories in the UK. Ayten is also well known for her use of Nottingham lace, and new English lace, highlighting the traditional skills which the UK was once celebrated for. In addition to this, Peace Silk and Organic Silk regularly feature within her collections...

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