Cult, the sustainable Los Angeles brand Reformation, has launched the latest part of its extensive expansion plan. Fortunate Americans (which can only be purchased here through partnerships with global e-retailers) have seen denim, swimwear and large-format decorations from the past few seasons to filter the mouth-watering dresses they offer. Now, Reformation underwear has landed.
A limited edition three-piece bra and bra and two styles of underwear – thongs and boy shorts – meet the brand’s commitment to round fashion. Each product, priced between $12 and $45, is made from transparent tencels, recycled lace and eco-mesh.
Although Reformation has recruited four “real” women to shape underwear for their social activity images, its size is not as inclusive as the recent lingerie released by brands with similar price points. Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty series prioritizes inclusiveness, and the size of the Reformation ranges from the bottom of the S-L to the bra’s XS-L.
Daisy, postdoctoral fellow at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School; Rachel, founder and CEO of Swipe Out Hunger; JoAnna, plastics and reconstruction surgeon; entertainment lawyer Jamie stressed that religious reform is a A company founded by a woman whose leadership team consists of 80% of women.
“In today’s culture, our self-worth is often based on appearance, while underwear activities tend to focus only on our bodies,” the brand labels Instagram images. “Although it’s hard to say that underwear is not displayed in a semi-naked situation, today we also want to hone other qualities. As you know, the brain and achievements. Because it is very hot.”
It is hoped that Browns, Net-a-Porter or any potential collaborator will be able to make sustainable underwear drawer renovations for the reform as soon as possible.