Haute Couture: What is it?

Haute Couture: What is it?

The process of making fitting party dresses is usually described using this word. The phrase “Haute Couture” is actually used much more exclusively in France.

Only fashion businesses that satisfy a set of criteria are permitted to use the term “Haute Couture.” Twenty individuals work full-time at these two separate workshops.

  • Each work of art requires at least 200 hours to complete.
  • The designers are obliged to present two collections each year, one for the day and one for the night, with a minimum of thirty new pieces in each collection.
  • The designs need to be made manually; sowing equipment can only help a little.
  • The piece must be completed by the original author.

There aren’t many businesses in this incredibly elite category, in reality. Among them are Chanel, Christian Dior, Valentino, and Jean Paul Gaultier.

What Haute Brand do you prefer?

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