Lingerie with Jazz Age Rhythm

We’re caught up in the glamorous fashion of the roaring twenties, thanks to a certain cinematic adaption of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby! With an established love of 1920s lingerie and lace, the design team has been inspired to create new designs with jazz age rhythm!

Scroll Lace Chemise

Scroll Lace Chemise

 The tubular, drop-waisted silhouette is one of the signatures of 1920s fashion. Our Scroll Lace Chemise renders it in a sophisticated stretch lace galloon with dainty double ribbon straps and a bow on the hip.

Signature Lace Bandeau

Signature Lace Bandeau

Bras in the 1920s were subtle affairs—bandeaux which gave light support and often flattened the chest. Luckily, our Signature Lace bandeaux for the modern woman are soft, stretchy, and conform to your natural curves.

Silky Skin Chemise

Silky Skin Chemise

One of the first made-made fibers, rayon was developed at the turn of the twentieth century to be an alternative to silk. It is made from natural cellulose, which has been broken down and then regenerated into a fiber. In its uncut, filament form, it is soft and smooth like silk, yet breathes like cotton.  It was widely used in the lingerie of the 1920s.

Our modern interpretation is crafted in our exclusive “Silky Skin” fabric—an ultra-light microfiber filament rayon jersey with Lycra® spandex for the ultimate in fit and comfort.

- Larissa, Senior Designer

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About Hanky Panky

Over 30 years ago, in 1977, designer Gale Epstein created a hand-made lingerie set for her friend, Lida Orzeck, crafted out of embroidered handkerchiefs. The original designs were the inspiration for the company name, Hanky Panky. Blending traditional with modern glam looks, Hanky Panky is a fashion favorite of countless celebrities.
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