Chantelle garter belts, made out of soft and smooth tulle, became the quintessence of the feminine “new look.” In the 50s, they shaped the figure and were completely invisible under clothes.
In the 1960s, Chantelle launched their first bras that would soon become world famous for their perfect fit. Already, the first bra perfectly supported the chest, created a natural shape and silhouette.
In the 80s, Chantelle launched the Les Chéris lingerie collection of delicate smooth fabrics with excellent support.
Paying tribute to the minimalist style of the 90s and the latest technology of the era, the Chantelle team launched a separate microfiber Essensia lingerie line.
Currently, the company, with 16 branches, is owned by the French Group Chantelle, which includes Passionata (established in 1988) and Darjeeling (1995), as well as a network of stores, Orcanta.
The group is managed by Patrice Kretz, whose family has been running the company for five generations.
Chantelle products are sold in more than 50 countries.