Fashion designer, Madame K, is about to change the game as party-goers begin to flock back to the packed festival grounds that had laid dormant for over a year as a result of the COVID pandemic.
Releasing next week, the “lingerie icon” is announcing the Madame Special K Collection, which she taps into her usual unapologetically bold fashion trends. According to a release, Madame K is “bringing the multi-billion dollar industry a new line of EDM-inspired lingerie that’s curated specifically for the return of the festival season.”
“This collection embodies the future of EDM,” says Kaila Methven, the CEO and designer of Madame Methven.
She continued, “There are avid festival goers searching for stunning pieces to wear, but so many of the options out there are far above the price point that most people can or want to pay. Madame K offers the hottest styles at an accessible price, along with fast shipping for those last-minute concerts.”
Years of Hard Work
The Blast is told Methven credits her unique designs to her experience, having traveled the world developing a powerful and vibrant personality that she so clearly exhibits within her vibrant pieces.
Methven, who comes from an affluent upbringing, did not just jump into the world of design on a whim. She has earned her chops after years of formal education and hard work put into the industry.
We’re told Methven trained in the art of design from the distinguished Fashion Institute Esmod, then went on to earn a Master’s Degree from International Fashion Academy Paris and completed her MBA in Luxury Brand Management at Polimoda in Florence. She has since brought her experience, creativity, and exotic styles to every Madame Methven collection, including the new Madame Special K line.
The timing for the drop of Madame Special K could not be better, as Methven was recently featured as the focal point on an alleged exposé about thriving in the cutthroat world of modeling. Although Methven is shooting down the accusations from a bitter photographer she previously worked with, the business-savvy designer is wisely riding the wave of publicity into the already-planned rollout of her lingerie line.
A well-placed social media post by Methven said as much, and provided her the perfect springboard to get some attention on the new pieces. The store goes live Tuesday morning.