Coquette Releases Holiday 2010-2011 Catalog

CAMBRIDGE, Ontario — Coquette International’s Holiday 2010-2011 catalog has just been released, featuring the company’s newest holiday styles.

The 94-page catalog features intimate apparel for Christmas, New Years, Valentine’s Day and everywhere in between.

“Although a lot of the designs in the 2010-2011 catalog are fun and playful, what this new catalog represents is romance in its truest form that can also inspire the post- holiday season,” said Elaine Carson, senior designer at Coquette.

New to this year’s catalog is the New Years collection which features stunning black satin and lace lingerie adorned with sparkling rhinestones.

“I was inspired to create the New Year’s collection from the new materials we started to use for Christmas,” Carson said. “We decided to go with dark, rich colors that would be more appropriate for a winter line while utilizing traditional Christmas themes. From there, we started working with black fabrics to create something exciting for the holidays, constructing elegant garments suitable for New Year’s. Even some of the dresses in the collection are appropriate to wear as a cocktail dress for a New Year’s Eve party.”

For Christmas and Valentine’s Day, Coquette updates their classic silhouettes by using more fabrics, such as embroidered polka-dot taffeta, while incorporating unique details like rhinestones and removable bows.

Also new to this year are Coquette’s musical G-strings for men and women that play “Jingle Bells” and “Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer.”

The Holiday catalog includes pieces from Coquette’s ZAKK collection, featuring sexy and playful intimate apparel for men, including the low rise candy cane print boxer brief.

The Perfectly Plus section of the catalog is dedicated to holiday styles that are specifically designed for plus sizes.

Retail customers of Coquette can expect their catalog by mail in the coming weeks.

For more information, or to order Coquette’s Holiday 2010-2011 catalog, email home@coquette.com, or call (519) 623-9881.