A slew of richly costumed TV shows is influencing lingerie in the consumer market.
Whether it’s gossamer sheer gowns or deconstructed corsetry in exotic mixes of fabric, metal and leather in HBO’s medieval fantasy, “Game of Thrones”; hand-crafted, built-in corsets that prop up bustlines in Showtime’s Italian dynasty drama, “The Borgias,” or slinky silk camis and slips decked with embellished necklines in the Twenties tale “Boardwalk Empire,” also on HBO, lingerie is helping to capture the ambience and look of the story line. RELATED STORY: Costume Designers Behind 'The Borgias,' 'Game of Thrones' and 'Boardwalk Empire' >>
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