Brooklyn Decker spins Bridgerton passion into fashion

Brooklyn Decker fell so hard for Netflix hit Bridgerton, she has launched a sustainable clothing line inspired by the show’s Regency-era fashions.

Decker has teamed with bosses at Buru for the new collection, which she hopes appeals to mums a month before America’s Mother’s Day holiday.

The mum-of-two worked with designer Morgan Hutchinson on the Heirloom Collection, which includes house coats, dresses, skirts and blouses – all intended as easy to wear pieces that are washable, breast feeding friendly and, in some cases, reversible.

“I’ve been a fan of Buru for a long time, first as a new mom looking

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Busted! What The Great and Bridgerton reveal about cleavage | Fashion

Can cleavage ever be a plot device? The 18th-century Russian court, as visualised in The Great, a bonkers new satire from Hulu and Channel 4, is a hotbed of moral iniquity, vodka and bears. But, like most costume dramas, it is also about breasts.

Take Lady Svenska, a courtier hellbent on ousting Catherine the Great. We know from her decolletage that she’s a baddie long before she calls Catherine “a bitch” for refusing a biscuit. Then there’s Georgina Dymov, the mistress of Catherine’s husband, Peter III, whose libidinal interests are crystallised by the gold-plated pendant pointing directly towards her

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18 Dresses That Say ‘Bridgerton’ Regency Fashion, But Make It 2021

The frothy Regency era rom-com series (produced by Shonda Rhimes) drops us into London high society during a “season,” a yearly tradition in which debutantes are presented at court to signal their readiness for marriage.

Naturally, they’re dressed to the nines. The series’ costume designer, Ellen Mirojnick, brings the fashion of 19th century England back to life with vibrant colors; airy, era-specific silhouettes; tons of embroidery and lots of outlandish prints.

“It’s like a big ice cream sundae with all the toppings,” Mirojnick told WWD in a preview of the costumes in mid-December.

It’s a total feast for the eyes,

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