Earlier this month I had the great honour in co-hosting a lunch to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Myla Lingerie in London. Founded in Notting Hill in 1999, this brand has gone from strength to strength with every passing year and shows no signs of stopping in it’s increasing popularity with women around the globe. To celebrate the momentous occasion, I, along with Catherine Kallon, Laetitia Wajnapel and Ella Gregory, cohosted a lunch at the Gilbert Scott at the Renaissance in London. The four of us invited some of our favourite women in the industry, women who have really helped in “shaping” us over the years, and asked them to share a table with us as we looked back on the history of Myla and raised a glass to the next fifteen years. We were surrounded by beautiful women, who are also captains of their respective industries. It was certainly a lunch to remember.
Of course this is not your first introduction to Myla, on FFG. You may remember last month I went in and spent a bit more time with the brand learning about trends in lingerie and how it is that Myla seems to be ahead of the curve on every front when it comes to celebrating a woman’s body with style and grace. This is a brand I truly respect and admire. Myla, here’s to the next 50 years of allowing women to feel supported, both physically and mentally, by such a prestigious company.