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Agent Provocateur Rewrites the Rules With "Hot Desking" SS22 Collection

Showcasing classic cuts in crystal detailing and luscious lace.

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Agent Provocateur Rewrites the Rules With "Hot Desking" SS22 Collection

Showcasing classic cuts in crystal detailing and luscious lace.

Agent Provocateur‘s “Hot Desking” Spring/Summer 2022 collection hopes to channel feminine power through luxury lingerie. The campaign is shot by renowned photographer Venetia Scott, who highlights the brand’s sumptuous silks and exquisite embroidery through her bold and distinctive style.

Sarah Shotton, the label’s creative director, expands on this sentiment: “For SS22, our Provocateur wants to be seen and heard. Hot, powerful and in charge, she wants lingerie to match her scintillating style while complimenting her playful nature.” She continues: “‘Hot Desking’ showcases a female-gaze, hyperreal celebration of successful women at the top of their game who wear Agent Provocateur to bring joy to their lives whether they are working from home or in the office: holding their own, rewriting the rules of the boardroom, breaking traditions and boundaries and loving every minute.”

Signature pieces of the collection include the Rozlyn, which dons balconette cuts in a dreamy romantic style, while iridescent foil overlay envelops the Pawla and Deedee silhouettes. A bold color palette in “Rainbow” and “Sunflower Yellow” takes form in Lorna, a fan favorite draped in Austrian embroidery and praline lace. Timeless and seductive, the Raphaella and Carri expand on the label’s playful nature — the former boasts sheer lace paneling and exaggerated hips, whereas the Carri brings a sleek outlook with its sweetheart neckline. Elsewhere, power and poise are achieved through the Liza, Zanah and Paz — each features bold bandage strapping that wraps effortlessly around the body.

The range is now available on Agent Provocateur’s website. Take a look at the campaign images above.

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