Halle Berry Launches Lingerie Line at Target So You Can Wear The Bombshell Bras of The Sexiest Woman Alive

Well, hello Halle! In news that actually makes total sense today, Halle Berry is busy revamping a Parisian luxury lingerie brand, which will launch in nationwide Target stores on October 27. If I had to choose a celebrity to steal lingerie from (that’s not weird, right?), any of Esquire Magazine’s Sexiest Woman Alive honorees would inevitably top that list. And now it’s total possible to swipe some of that Halle Berry sex appeal – and its totally affordable, too! Ahhh, today’s a good day…

Scandale, the luxury French lingerie brand that’s about to get an oh-so-sexy makeover, is over 80 years old and was discovered by Berry during a trip to Paris with her French husband (OK, can I just be her?). \The Oscar-winning actress stretched her entrepreneur legs by investing in the label and totally immersing herself within it, practically taking on the business as a second career. "I decided for my own evolution as a woman and an entrepreneur, it's time for me to step out and really be part owner of something that I believed in and not just lend my name to a brand," Berry said. Stepping out of the shadow of popular celeb endorsement deals and into her own spotlight, the bombshell ended up designing a lingerie line that’s totally and completely her with its sophisticated Parisian glamour.

The entire 10 piece collection retails between $7 and $18, which makes it all even more tempting. Seriously, how is it often so difficult find pretty bras and panties that don't cost an arm and a leg? Berry totally gets that women want to feel beautiful and desirable, while still being themselves. "That's really important and that's a way to make women feel sexy and validated — all the ways we as women need to feel. And I love lingerie. It's always been important in my life." Here's hoping that her Target lingerie line will soon be an important part of my life, as well...

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