By  on January 18, 2018

Kent Woman has perhaps reached an inflection point in the young Los Angeles intimates brand’s life.

The independent line, founded by Stacy Anderson, makes and sells undergarments made from organic silk that are sold in about 10 boutiques such as Mothers & Daughters in New Jersey; Alder & Co. in Portland, Ore.; Wren in Canada; online marketplace Garmentory, and e-boutique The Dreslyn. New pop-ups as part of a curated assortment in Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann running through Feb. 4 and a planned pop-in at five stores and the online site of Hudson’s Bay Co. in Canada are helping push the sustainable brand known for its minimalist chic design into new markets.

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