Aussie Model Natalie Roser Has Launched an Inclusive Underwear Label
We have a long way to go, but the 2019 version of the fashion industry feels more inclusive than ever before. More designers are casting models that truly represent the women who wear their clothes — Christian Siriano and Prabal Gurung, we're looking at you — and we're increasingly seeing brands design with diversity front of mind, catering for different sizes and shapes.
The latest brand on our radar for celebrating inclusiveness, is just-launched Rose and Bare. The label is the brainchild of Australian model Natalie Roser, who noticed a need for lingerie in more than one nude shade.
"Australia is such a beautiful, multicultural country and I was surprised that so many underwear brands ignored the diversity of Australian women." explained Natalie when asked what motivated her to launch the brand, "So I started working on Rose and Bare to solve that problem and provide a greater spectrum of 'nude' underwear."
The collection is made up of three bra styles and two briefs, in four different skin tones. The intimates are both supportive and sexy but above all else, will make women of every colour feel considered and included when shopping for underwear.
Read on to see the first instalment of Rose and Bare and then, shop the separates for yourself.