Monday, 1 February 2016

Hand-crafted luxury and $100K price tags: This is haute couture

High fashion week is a standout amongst the most critical occasions on the style logbook.

Twice per year, universally famous style houses like Chanel and Christian Dior, and additionally more current, lesser-referred to brands, for example, Bouchra Jarrar and Elie Saab, show carefully involved and to a great degree costly outlines away from plain view to a hand-picked gathering of people of editors, purchasers and private customers.

High fashion - or, "high sewing" - is a legitimately ensured term that must be utilized by brands affirmed by the French Ministry of Industry.
These specially designed articles of clothing, made completely by hand by the business' most gifted artisans and expert, speak to the best quality style cash can purchase. What's more, yes that includes some major disadvantages, with specific pieces esteemed at upwards of $100,000.

The vast majority will never purchase or wear a bit of couture, nor will they go to a couture design appear. So why is it significant? Here, Harper's Bazaar manager in-boss Justine Picardie puts forth the defense for why couture matters.

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