Sometimes, girls just want to have fun — at least with their lingerie.
That’s the approach Dierdre Roffoni is taking with Xirena, a Los Angeles-based and sourced line of bras, panties and loungewear that pop with peppy prints. Collecting as many as 40 designs each season, Roffoni and her codesigner, Stacey Baldi, scatter the batik, lace, snakeskin, polka dot and floral patterns on a table as if they’re assembling a giant puzzle. They often mix four prints and a solid-colored strip for a chaotic but comely combination on a single piece.
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