Flaunt your kinky side with `bondage-style lingerie`

London: Looking to spice up your sex life? Or are you just simply bored of regular, lacy lingerie? If yes, go shopping this season for bondage-style underwear.

With bras, knickers, playsuits and even braces selling out at Selfridges nationwide and online, S and M chic appears to have attracted the mainstream consumer.

Sales of British designer Nichole de Carle`s `Onyx` collection are up by 50 per cent on the week - the designer`s 220 pound `Dream Catcher` stretch silk bondage bra and coordinating briefs with play braces 85 pound have virtually sold out as customers fight for a piece of the erotic look made famous by celebrities including Rihanna and Lady Gaga.

The department store has launched its most daring and exclusive lingerie collection, `Kinbaku` (meaning bondage in Japanese) by French designer Maxine Wattam.

The collection will retail from 1,000 pounds for a jewel bra and knickers set to 3,000 pounds for a rose gold jewellery set.

"This winter S and M has gone couture," the Daily Mail quoted Helen Attwood, Selfridges` Head Buyer for Lingerie, as saying.

"Gone are the days of bondage lingerie looking more back-street than Bond Street. To keep up with demand for lingerie with serious edge we`re about to launch our most expensive erotica yet," she added.

"Sales of the sexiest designs of lingerie are already up 50 per cent and we predict that this Christmas won`t be white. It`ll be black silk with a leather trim."

ANI

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