Atelier Intimo is among the Chinese lingerie brands sold at Xinlelu, a multibrand lingerie store in Shanghai. Its owner, Yilei Wu, says: “The most important thing for foreign brands that come to China is to understand Chinese ideas of ‘sexiness’.” Atelier Intimo is among the Chinese lingerie brands sold at Xinlelu, a multibrand lingerie store in Shanghai. Its owner, Yilei Wu, says: “The most important thing for foreign brands that come to China is to understand Chinese ideas of ‘sexiness’.”
Atelier Intimo is among the Chinese lingerie brands sold at Xinlelu, a multibrand lingerie store in Shanghai. Its owner, Yilei Wu, says: “The most important thing for foreign brands that come to China is to understand Chinese ideas of ‘sexiness’.”

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What’s sexy in China? Women buying lingerie spurn Victoria’s Secret for homegrown brands

  • Even as US intimate wear giant grows in China, women in leading cities such as Shanghai are rejecting its branding and buying more feminine Chinese lingerie
  • Local lingerie makers understand better what the sophisticated younger Chinese customer wants – comfort and a more unisex look – a store boss says

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Atelier Intimo is among the Chinese lingerie brands sold at Xinlelu, a multibrand lingerie store in Shanghai. Its owner, Yilei Wu, says: “The most important thing for foreign brands that come to China is to understand Chinese ideas of ‘sexiness’.” Atelier Intimo is among the Chinese lingerie brands sold at Xinlelu, a multibrand lingerie store in Shanghai. Its owner, Yilei Wu, says: “The most important thing for foreign brands that come to China is to understand Chinese ideas of ‘sexiness’.”
Atelier Intimo is among the Chinese lingerie brands sold at Xinlelu, a multibrand lingerie store in Shanghai. Its owner, Yilei Wu, says: “The most important thing for foreign brands that come to China is to understand Chinese ideas of ‘sexiness’.”
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