“No two wedding dresses the same”—this is the motto of the dressmaker.
All of us are so different—different lives, different interests, different bodies.
So why should we try to fit ourselves into ready-made wedding gowns that are designed to be special, but just a little bit special so as to appeal to the widest and broadest number of brides?
When a dress is designed for you and you alone, it can really be anything, a splash of orange, a long sleeve, playful or punk.
Of course, getting a custom gown isn’t for everyone. The process is a bit more intense—an unlimited amount of choices, thousands of possible fabrics and textures, a custom fitting process that begins with a cotton prototype that we mail to you, and lots of sketching.
But the result is something that you were involved with from start to finish. It is simply a piece that is more individual and more a part of your life and experience.
Fashion, more than anything, is a language.
A language of signs and symbols that can express who you are and what you want to say about the world that you live in.
Although some people can be quick to dismiss fashion as frivolous, it is hard to think of any question that is more important than the question “Who am I?”
From feathers and animal teeth, to a ball gown and crinoline, fashion tells the story of the significance and meaning of a human life and the events that transpire within it.
Have you take a few simple measurements at home. Mail you a muslin. Discuss and correct the fit.
And finally we mail you the finished suit or you drop in to pick it up.
Not as easy a dropping by the shopping mall. But a bit more satisfying.
And we promise that you won’t end up looking like everyone else.