Founded in 1949, Austrian label Wolford has established itself as a leading innovator of woman's hosiery, lingerie and ready-to-wear. In combining modern technology and creativity, Wolford has produced legwear and bodywear of the highest quality using the most exquisite yarns, yet never comprising on style and elegance.

With it's name fast becoming synonymous with style, glamour and everyday luxury, Wolford is the one stop shop for high quality and maximum comfort styling solutions.

From the control legwear to the glamourous shaping lingerie Wolford offers an endless solution to every woman's wardrobe dilemmas.

Wolford's key speciality are their seamless products. Based on their circular knitting technique Wolford has produced garments which give the wearer the unique feeling of slipping into a 'second skin'.


Due to their innovation and creatively, Wolford have developed products ranging from the seamless 'Fatal' series (tights and bodywear) - great for underneath tight dresses, to the 'logic' tights - comfortable legwear designed and made without a waistband, and 'Pure Energy' tights - perfect for those who are at a desk all day and require stimulation for circulation.


Helmut Newton for Wolford and Missoni for Wolford

Always the visionaries, Wolford entered successfully into collaborations with international designers as early as in the 1980's. Joining forces with fashion heavy weights such as Karl Lagerfeld, Emilio Pucci, Missoni, Zac Posen, Valentino and Philippe Starck (to name a few) to produce amazingly beautiful and highly sought after capsule collections which are considered collectors pieces nowadays.

In the 1990's, the French magazine 20 Ans interviewed Emmanuelle Alt of French Vogue and asked her "What are your top 10 fashion favourites?" Her response, sitting at number two, was: "Des collants noirs en microfibre Wolford (à cause d'une sublime campagne de Newton)." In English: “Black stockings by Wolford (because of the sublime campaign by Newton).” Of course, she meant Helmut Newton and was referring to the sublime campaign he shot for Wolford in 1995 in Monte Carlo.


Karl Lagerfeld for Wolford and Valentino for Wolford

Today, Wolford is well established as a fashion favourite amongst celebrities, royalty and anyone who values quality and luxury.


Philippe Starck for Wolford