Well guests, the official time has come to announce that you finally have our amazing Haute Couture tab active. If you want to know more about it, be sure to read this post!
The Paris fashion summit, brought by the Englishman Charles Frederik Worth.
A short summary of the history of Haute Couture is not enough for you guests to know what it really means to wear a custom-made garment, it’s another world.
When Charles was only 20 years old and arrived in Paris, the Empress Eugénie de Montijo noticed his great talent and made him her protégé. He was one of the first to be part of the clothing of the nobility and great stars of the time. He created a model by design and fabric, making each of his garments unique and unrepeatable.
His heirs around 1868 joined together in the Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne, to then later implement the requirements to call Haute Couture to each of the pieces they created, protected the term by the French trade laws.
Softened in 1992 and still in force today:
- Each brand must present two collections per year in Paris, with a minimum of 35 looks between day and night.
- To have at least one atelier in Paris with at least 20 full-time craftsmen working between 100 and 1000 hours of work per garment.
- Guarantee of exclusivity in fabrics
- And finally, each garment is made to measure for the customers, making at least 3 fittings before delivery.
Among many, firms such as Chanel, Dior or Schiaparelli are part of the Chambre itself. The Olympus for many designers…
What can you find in our Haute Couture tab?
Spanish designers are increasingly joining this work of art. National and international firms will be part of a new world for INVITADISIMA.
You will find designers such as Devota&Lomba, ISOLDA, Nita Suri, Nuribel Couture and many more to come where you will enjoy a magical shopping process and an unforgettable experience once you get your hands on it.
Guests, welcome to INVITADISIMA ALTA COSTURA.