Unwrapping the little media gifts from Aimer comes as a true delight with their disclosure of what to expect in their new and upcoming autumn-winter 2013 collection. This leading high-end lingerie brand for modern women in Asia gives a bountiful of surprises with its latest collection of exquisite lingerie which is inspired by a Chinese classical Kun Qu Opera masterpiece, The Peony Pavilion. Aimer’s collection, which consisted of 7 series of lingerie, reflects the beautiful harmonization of the East and West.
Kun Qu is a form of traditional Chinese theatre dating back to the 14th century and it is one of the oldest form of Chinese opera which is still performed around the world even til today. It perfectly embodies the traditionalism and rich heritage of China’s artistic history through the impeccable embodiment of art, poetry, singing, dance and Chinese literature.
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Enclosed in the traditional floral pouch is a romantic pink lip case and a vintage box of face powder that brings back recollections of the past where women powdered their face with this white talc powder. The face powder and lipstick case are actually reminiscent of this traditional form of Chinese theatre, Kun Qu where its distinctive characteristic lies in the standardized facial makeup looks, of which most recognised by the powdered doll-like faces with white and pink hues to accentuate facial features.
This is a true work of art that weaves in the elegance and romance of the Chinese love opera, The Peony Pavilion that reflects the elegance and true feminity in women. Scroll down to view Aimer’s latest collection.
Using a colour palette reminiscent of tradition Chinese traditional painting, and combined with a rich and luxurious textures of delicate lace embroidery, Aimer creatively presents a collection of unparallel classical beauty.
Sets are made from non-woven Q cotton for comfort, breathability and maintenance of lingerie. Elastic warp knitting enhances elasticity and preservation of lingerie contours.