A romantic meeting on the Orient Express led to passion, and the development of Lou Paris, the now-iconic French lingerie label. In 1946, Lou Paris creator Andre Faller met his future wife Lucienne, or "Lou," for short onboard the famous transportation line. Lucienne had been designing her own lingerie for her own enjoyment since her adolescence and realized her dream into an empire with the aid of Andre. The newlywed duo formed a corset-making business which gradually made a name for itself by creating sensual, luxurious lingerie.
The Lou style is known for being graphic and modern due to its edgy spirit and skilled handcraft techniques. Worldwide female bombshells including Brigitte Bardot adored perfectly in Lou’s fitted bras and other alluring undergarments.
Lou Paris continues to fashion and manufacture high-quality women's lingerie that is known for its intricately delicate lacework and seamless fit. In the capital of its namesake—Paris, new refreshing, yet timeless looks are being launched every season.