My yoyo presents – bedroom shoes from Ainsley-t
By Rollerblade on December 27, 2011
Lace boots, satin sandals, bedroom slippers – these are the objects of desire created for My yoyo of Milan by designer Stuart Thom for Ainsley-t.
Ainsley-t, after the success of their debut collection of erotic footwear launched in London and Berlin in 2010, now launch their collaboration with My yoyo, the luxury brand of choice for couture lingerie and seductive accessories.
These exclusive and sexy designs include marvelous high-heeled boots in transparent lace with attachments for your favourite bedroom toys, intriguing sandals in silk and satin bedroom slippers. The fine materials include seductive transparent lace, elegant pink velvet and black patent.
Footwear is a new approach to seduction for My yoyo, complementing its range of upscale lingerie and seductive accessories. These new designs possess, as well as a refined elegance, details sought after by the adventurous couple.
My yoyo Seductive Couture
My yoyo is the luxury lifestyle brand for couture lingerie, cosmetics and accessories, dedicated to seduction in the service of the sophisticated and sensual woman. My yoyo can be found only in the finest lingerie boutiques and throughout Italy in COIN department stores. In March My yoyo opened its first single-brand experience store in Italy in Milan, at Corso Vercelli 51. The theatrical spaces go beyond the concept of a retail shop. The space features a café space, changing rooms in authentic burlesque style as well as a gracious reading corner.
Ainsley-t founder Stuart Thom has always had an eye for beauty, a passion for quality craftsmanship and a perfectionist’s attention to detail. After an MA in furniture design at the Royal College of Art, he moved to Milan in 1990, to work at the internationally renowned studio of King-Miranda Associati. Stuart says, “My interest in erotic footwear comes from the strangeness of the ambition to create weird emotional tensions from a functional shotgun marriage, where the erotic role of footwear is made explicit in the design”.