Haute Couture: What is it?

posted in: Uncategorized | 0

This expression is frequently used to describe the process of creating fitted party dresses. Actually, France uses the term “Haute Couture” far more exclusively.

Only fashion companies that meet a set of requirements are allowed to use the name “Haute Couture.” These are two independent workshops that employ twenty people full-time.

  • It takes at least 200 hours to complete each work of art.
  • Each year, the designers are required to show two collections, one for the day and one for the night, each of which must have at least thirty unique pieces.
  • The designs must be manually created; sowing equipment can only offer minimal assistance.
  • The person who started the piece must finish it.

In actuality, there aren’t many companies in this highly exclusive market. Chanel, Christian Dior, Valentino, and Jean Paul Gaultier are a few of them.

Which Haute Brand are you a fan of?

 

Source: Backstory Contents