Mise en Cage, that Parisian boutique who specialise in the indulgences of eroticism and sensuality. Pierre Dal Corso, who specialises in capturing those same indulgences on film. When brand and photographer collide, magic things always happen, and this time it’s an even more special occasion. This time, it’s the debut of Mise en Cage’s first in-house lingerie line.

Up until this point, Mise en Cage were purveyors of other branded luxury boudoir attire and sensual accessories, but it was only a matter of time until they put their expertise into designing. The range is simple but stunning, sophisticated but strappy. Black sheer panels are criss-crossed by straps. Sometimes the bras are the straps, with no fabric to interfere with the unadulterated sexiness.

mise en cage lingerie pierre dal corso

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Mise en Cage debut collection campaign (NSFW)
Mise en Cage debut collection campaign (NSFW)
Mise en Cage debut collection campaign (NSFW)
Mise en Cage debut collection campaign (NSFW)
Mise en Cage debut collection campaign (NSFW)
Mise en Cage debut collection campaign (NSFW)
Mise en Cage debut collection campaign (NSFW)
Mise en Cage debut collection campaign (NSFW)
Mise en Cage debut collection campaign (NSFW)
Mise en Cage debut collection campaign (NSFW)
Mise en Cage debut collection campaign (NSFW)
Mise en Cage debut collection campaign (NSFW)

Mise en Cage know their market and their aesthetic. And Dal Corso knows it, too. Between the lingerie and the photography, you can’t help but be left wanting every piece.

Christmas gifts, anyone?

Check out the whole campaign at the gallery. Be sure to check out pierredalcorso.com for more of Dal Corso’s work, and misencage.com to pick up some delectable lingerie treats.

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