ABOUT

Using fine fabrics, elaborate colours and luxurious lace, Janet Reger singularly redefined the lingerie industry.
Her bold designs were a stark contrast to the utilitarian and functional underwear of the time.
In an era of female emancipation and the ‘swinging sixties,’ Janet burst onto the scene and very quickly, her designs became the only lingerie to be undressed in.
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JANET

Born in the East End of London in 1935, Janet’s family had a background in the clothing industry, her father ran a textile business and her parents manufactured bras during the Second Word War.

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REGER WOMAN

A name that is synonymous with luxury. One of the earliest principles of the brand was for women to feel sexy for themselves. The Reger woman was anyone that wanted to create a little ‘je-ne-sais-qoui,”  a woman that was emancipated and in control of her sexuality. The brand was designed by women, for women against a backdrop of huge social change.

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THE BRAND

 Janet Reger was Born Janet Phillips into a Jewish family in the East End of London in 1935.[1] Reger’s family had a background in the clothing industry, her grandfather ran a textile business and her parents manufactured bras during the Second World War.

“Don’t get your Janet Regers in a twist.”

Tom Stoppard