The art of sheer self-expression


As a celebration of our bestselling Sheer Collection, we commissioned a series of self-portraits by creatives from our community.

Our Sheer Foundationwear is designed to complement the natural form, a reflection of diverse beauty. See how that is captured via the self-portraits below.

The Sheer Body

Our one-piece wonder that's silky, sultry and skims your body, just so

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The Sheer Bralette

Featuring mesh accents and signature HeroPanels for gentle, comfortable support

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The Sheer Triangle Bralette

Super silky polyamide and breathable mesh, designed to mould to your unique shape

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The Sheer Brief

Full coverage + sheer sexiness (tried-and-tested for confidence and comfort)

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The Sheer Vest

Soft and smoothing, 24/7: wear me to bed or as a daytime layering piece

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The Sheer High Waist Thong

Barely-there at the bum, high on the waist – meet your new favourite thong

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First up is photographer and filmmaker, Britt Lloyd, who responded to the brief by turning the lens on herself, creating a self-shot self-portrait in her cinematic style.

Tell us about your stripped-back approach to photographing the human form.

"Bodies are definitely one of my favourite subjects to shoot. For me, it's really about investigating the body as a sculpture or still-life object, and then using photography and the camera to really transform it into something else."

How does it feel turning the lens onto yourself for this project?

"It helped me understand those two roles more profoundly, in terms of what you need to be as the photographer and what you need to provide as the model."

In your opinion, what is essential for honest self-expression?

"The realisation that failure is just as important as success in your work."


We chat to Britt about self-expression, the body as art, and turning the lens onto oneself, over on Instagram.