Horizon Lingerie Ltd.

  • Horizon Lingrie Ltd is a Lingrie Manufacturing Company in BangladeshTheir main products are Underwear, lingerie, bras, bra sets, swimwear, boxers, briefs, bikinis, beachwear, panties, thongs, seamless underwear, sleepwear, sexy lingerie, corsets  etc. This company established in 2009. Mr. Mir Mobasher Ali is owner of this company. Horizon's main markets are Canada, North America, South America, Eastrn Europe, Southeast Asia, Africa, Oceania, Mid East, Eastern Asia, Western Europe. Horizon is an ISO 9001:2008 compliant Factory. More would be found on their website-
  • The word lingerie is a word taken directly from the French language, meaning undergarments, and used exclusively for more lightweight items of female undergarments.The French word in its original form derives from the old French word  meaning . So faire le linge, comes to mean "do the laundry". In  the word lingerie applies to all undergarments for either sex. In English it means women's underwear or nightclothes.Lingerie as a word was first used to refer to underwear and bras in 1922. Informal usage suggests visually appealing or even  clothing. Although most lingerie is designed to be worn by women, some manufactures now design lingerie for men.Since the mid-1990s, women have had more choice in bra sizes; the focus has changed from choosing bras in an average size to wearing bras that actually fit perfectly. In the UK, for instance, the media are fueling an awareness campaign about the need for each woman to have a proper bra fitting before every purchase.
  • In 1935 brassières were updated with padded cups to flatter small breasts and three years later underwire bras were introduced that gave a protruding bustline. There was also a return to a small waist achieved with girdles. The 1940s woman was thin, but had curvaceous hips and breasts that were pointy and shapely. In the 1960s the female silhouette was liberated along with social mores. The look was adolescent breasts, slim hips and extreme thinness. was the first to make a fashion statement out of the youth culture when his 1965 collection presented androgynous figures and the image of a modern woman comfortable with her own body. As the 20th century progressed, underwear became smaller and more form fitting. In the 1960, lingerie manufacturers such as begin to glamorise lingerie. The lingerie industry expanded in the 21st century with designs that doubled as outerwear. The French refer to this as 'dessous-dessus,' meaning something akin to innerwear as outerwear.