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I remember bursting into tears and going: “Oh my God, this is awful.”’ Now she spends her time ‘trying to make women feel good about themselves — because my experience at 15 was like: “Mum, I need to have a breast reduction.”’ Making women feel good about themselves is, it should be said, something she does extremely well.Anyone who has set foot inside an AP boutique will be familiar with the experience: the soft, flattering lighting, the warm, almost conspiratorial attendants, the knowing glances from passers-by as you leave toting a signature pink bag.
They went to fit me and I heard the woman going: “Oh, we’ve got another F-cup, she’ll have to wear the Delores in a flesh colour.” This hammock came out, like a boulder-holder.It started as a kinky boutique in Soho - now Agent Provocateur is a global mega-brand.Creative director Sarah Shotton talks to Alice-Azania Jarvis about the politics of underwear and why perfection isn’t sexy 'I don’t design underwear for men, I design underwear for me,’ declares Sarah Shotton, matter-of-factly.Around us, dozens and dozens of bras, basques, thongs and knickers in every colour and fabric imaginable hang from rails, mannequins and wall mountings. If I’m not wearing a good-fitting bra, I couldn’t do my job.‘Underwear is the most important thing you put on,’ she adds. I couldn’t run, I’d just be uncomfortable, my breasts would hurt.’ Of course, with its collection of haute erotic accessories (rose-gold nipple pasties, Swarovski-studded handcuffs, bejewelled whips) and outré ad campaigns, ‘AP’ is associated with one thing above all — sex.