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Our Featured Brand

Monique Morin



"For decades, we asked people to have the perfect body to fit into ideal clothes. Obviously, it should be the other way around. We need well-made lingerie that enhances the body" - Monique Morin


Don't you feel like you can achieve anything you want when looking your best?


Monique Morin's designs standout by the attention to a 360-degree construction. Unlike commercial brands, our products are not designed to look good on a hanger or just to catch attention on e-commerce platforms. Our bodywear is made for the wearer to look fabulous and feel confident from all angles.


Founder Monique Morin has over 18 years of experience working internationally as lead designer and product developer for brands like Free People, UniQlo, Gap Body, La Senza, Elita, Adore Me, Liberté and others.

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Sustainability is a pillar of the Monique Morin brand.

Every decision we make is focused on reducing water and land pollution, fabric waste and carbon emission. Our collections are designed to be evergreen; from the quality of our materials, to the colors and unique designs, everything is carefully thought through to last and remain in style. No "fast fashion" here. 

Reducing waste on the front end by purchasing high quality leftover stock discarded by large companies. As our brand grows, we have developed our own exclusive material. Our largest initiative so far, the use of Reveprene® recycled fibers in the making of our laces; preconception leftovers refurbished into new fibers using low energy. For every 1lb of material 77,000 BT’s are conserved, the equivalent to 0.6 gallons of gasoline.

Using sustainable mailers. Our products ship using branded paper or poly mailers that are 100% recycled, recyclable and biodegradable.

Lowering carbon emission by working with vendor communities. We manufacture our product abroad to achieve the highest quality of workmanship and materials that are not currently available in the USA.  We have centralized our sourcing operations around the sewing facilities, allowing for minimal transportation before import. This means all the materials, elastics and components are purchased local to where they will be sewn.

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