By: Michael “The Sizzler” Jacobs, Staff Writer
GLENDALE, CA — Legendary pleasure products distributor Honey’s Place has confirmed to our newsroom that it has secured a distribution deal to carrying the French-inspired lingerie brand “Oh La La Cheri” for domestic release.
“Oh La La Cheri represents French lingerie at it most elegant and refined,” said Honey’s Place Director of Purchasing Kyle Tutino. “Honey’s Place is excited to be able to expand our lingerie selection and offer customers all the best in wholesale lingerie. With Oh La La Cheri, customers can stock chic and classic French designs at reasonable prices.” said Tutino.
Founded in 2006 by Paris-born designer Nicolas Attard, Oh La La Cheri features satin, lace and other fabrics and offers a mix of panties, bustiers, chemises and baby dolls. Oh La La Cheri’s boxed lingerie collections are available in sizes S-4X.
“I am thrilled to begin this new partnership between Honey’s Place and Oh La La Cheri,” said owner and CEO of Oh La La Cheri, Nicolas Attard. “This will allow us to introduce our beautiful collections to many new retailers, who can now offer our trend-setting designs to their fashion-inspired customers. We know that Oh La La Cheri will be very well received, and that the terrific team at Honey’s Place will do an amazing job of making us the must-have label for every store’s lingerie department. I am very proud of our brand, and we are committed to leading the industry in authentic, inspired fashion design, quality and value.” said Attard.
Honey’s Place President/CEO Bonnie Feingold added..“We’re excited to be carrying Oh La La Cheri; it’s a fabulous brand with exciting styles and a loyal consumer base. The fit is most appealing, and there is an extensive range of sizes. The colors and styles are in trend, and the quality is renowned.” said Feingold.
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