For lovers of luxe lingerie, there's no going past Agent Provocateur. The label has remind the go-to for all kinds of undies for good reason, not only do they produce gorgeous pieces but they also don't take themselves too seriously.

While their focus on design, construction and varying levels of raciness is deadly serious, their lookbooks always employ a level of high concept fun. For Fall/Winter 2014, the lookbook is inspired by hedonistic 1970s Parisian nightlife; all glitter, gold lame and man servants in suits.

With pieces that take their names from It Girls of the time like Jerry Hall and Isabella Rosellini, the collection is definitely all about dramatic glamour. Oh la la!

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