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New Nigerian Premium Lingerie Brand – Trouvai Lingerie Debuts Collection for Full Bust | See Photos



In April 2017, ladies welcomed the launch of a new, sensational, premium lingerie brand- Trouvai Lingerie at its flagship store in Centro Mall, Lekki.  Trouvai Lingerie, the brainchild of Abisola Latzel, took its place, as Nigeria’s representative in the fuller bust lingerie market. The brand is said to be on the same pedestal as Freya, Panache, Marks & Spencer and Curvy Kate.

The concept of Trouvai Lingerie was created to meet the needs of full busted ladies who have challenges finding a good fitting, comfortable underwear in a wide range of sizes and plus size lingerie. The debut collection featured balcony, plunge, padded and unpadded bra styles, lace knickers, high waist briefs, suspenders, slip dresses and nightwear pieces.

Trouvai, in partnership with Taittinger Champagne and Spice TV, treated guests to champagne and hors d’oeuvres while enjoying bra-fitting and lingerie styling services.

See photos from the event

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  1. Deleke

    June 13, 2017 at 10:54 am

    More Grease

  2. Sharon

    June 13, 2017 at 10:57 am

    Nigerian brand made in China. We need to start making underwear locally

    • Fagba

      June 13, 2017 at 11:47 am

      shut up!!!!

      Do you think at all…How is making bras in Nigeria a priority….Instaed of you to see the new developments in brands like this and less dependence on the the likes of LS, VS,WB etc

      The best bras sold around the world have been made in China with good quality control… that’s what you should be advicing this brand to do…TO MAKE SURE TO KEEP UP WITH GOOD STANDARDS, through Quality Control.. but you come here, trying to distract them looking into manufacturing in Nigeria. Do you even understand the capital that will be needed to just open a factory making simple laces, not to talk of the entire bra line.

      Some times, we are not rational in our thinking.

      Let us encourage nigerian brands who make good effort to have an interntional standard and correct branding.

    • ekalor

      June 13, 2017 at 12:04 pm

      Is there anything that isn’t made in China.

    • fagba too violent

      June 13, 2017 at 1:06 pm

      Fagba you are too violent. What is wrong in what she said?
      Is it your business?
      when are we going to start producing goods and materials?
      when are we going to develop?

      No, it doesnt concern you and others who have stolen Nigeria’s money. As long as you people have gotten some and can establish a business to the dretiment of others (but to your favour) you can say anything

      now shift one side abeg

  3. Btex

    June 13, 2017 at 3:30 pm

    The shut up wasn’t necessary now

  4. largerthanlifealice

    June 14, 2017 at 8:41 am

    if you price it now you would hear ‘15,000 0r 20k … how is this practical .i like to buy but am sure it would be over priced .

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