Dirty Pretty Things Summer Party in Soho

by Katie on June 19, 2011

Last Wednesday saw luxury lingerie brand Dirty Pretty Things put their stamp on Soho.  

A spilling-into-the-streets party which even the rain couldn’t dampen, was held to celebrate the launch of the new Dirty Pretty Things e-commerce shop and their very first two-day Pop-Up Shop.  Stopping traffic, with sexy lingerie clad vixens, ice-cream vans serving slush alcohol cocktails and other assorted high jinks, the DPT girls had crowds of people stopping to take in the view in Soho’s Ganton Street.

This upbeat event had the stunning DPT girls showcasing the collection in all it’s glory.  The roar of Harley Davidson’s burst through the crowds throughout the evening and the tunes were blaring out of the tiny store with DJ sets from Pam Hogg, Lisa Moorish, and Leroy from The Prodigy all playing a mix of disco, ’90’s faves and hip hop.  

Dirty Pretty Things’ energy is infectious.  Different from the rest, this underwear label is raunchy yet refined and brims over with attitude and appeal as it’s lingerie designed by women, for women.  

The DPT girl dresses to please herself and the joy of wearing risque print silks and dayglo under-wired bras.   It’s not all about pleasing their partners…but hey, if that should happen. 

Dirty Pretty Things created a scene which their lingerie exudes:  fun, sexy, filled with verve and with great big splashes of humour.

Party attendees included the hottest and coolest on London’s party scene, as well as an array of UK celebrities and up and coming artists.

Please let me know what you think of Dirty Pretty Things’ Party by leaving a comment in the box below.  Thank you.

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Dutch Michaels June 19, 2011 at 5:57 pm

Very Exciting, now that I got “Minty” prancing around in your underwear. I must order some more.

What is your on-line address to order “Dirty Pretty Things” over the internet?



Katie Chutzpah June 20, 2011 at 8:59 am

It’s linked in the article: http://www.dirtyprettythings.uk.com/


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