Berry Heart Launches Lingerie Line

A youthful model showing off Berry Heart's Lingerie Line during the launch night at Cigar Lounge on Saturday PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
A youthful model showing off Berry Heart's Lingerie Line during the launch night at Cigar Lounge on Saturday PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Controversial poet, Berry Heart launched her first lingerie line at the Cigar Lounge in Phakalane during her birthday on Saturday.

The line is called ‘For Dinner’ and it is aimed at promoting sexuality and embracing women’s feminine side.

Different models walked the runway to showcase the poet’s long anticipated lingerie line.

The lingerie was designed in black and red colours, and by a way of appearance it was meant to make women look and feel beautiful. 


The models looked comfortable in their own skin; showing women in the audience that it is very important to discover what other benefits sexy lingerie can bring. 

Berry Heart’s lingerie line is seductive and audacious because it is meant to entice a partner.  For Dinner is appropriate for women who are comfortable in their own skin.

The hottest girl in town, as Berry Heart refers to herself, went up the runway wearing black lingerie made out of a transparent material.

She performed one of her songs aimed towards promoting the For Dinner lingerie line.  Another poet by the name Tsiki Tsiki came onto the stage to recite a poem in honour of Berry Heart.

The poem was mainly geared towards embracing Berry Heart’s ability to appreciate her feminine side without fear of criticism.

An upcoming rapper, Classic from Bazamele Records went up on to the stage to perform a beautiful hip hop song. After the launch, Berry Heart told Showtime that she called her friends and family to witness her milestone during her birthday.

“I have always been into lingerie so the concept came last year and I decided to venture into this business,” she explained.

Berry Heart said she will continue launching the line in different places until next year when her Chinese partners come to Botswana.

She says lingerie and music are connected because the best music videos in the world always include women in lingerie. 

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