Feb 16, 2011

Haute Couture is not dying.

Who says Couture is dead? Who says that there is hardly any demand for Haute Couture? What will fashion be without any Haute Couture?
Couture is not dead, nor is it dying. There is a demand for Couture and that demand is growing. And fashion would be missing the luxury of the most exquisite artistry and craftsmanship that is truly a privilege to enjoy.
The business of Haute Couture is slowly growing in its clientele today.
The Couture houses are finding new ways in marketing and promoting their products that are created by talented designers and produced by the most gifted seamstresses, tailors, drapers, pattern makers, embroiderers and are made with the most luxurious fabrics.
One of the smartest things that these Houses are doing is sending the Couture to their clientele rather than their clientele coming to Paris to the Couture.
Since the world has become global, the Couture houses have found that this is certainly a way to grow their clientele as well as the Haute Couture industry. I am certain that the premiers and seamstresses are enjoying jet setting to the different places to do fittings on some of these clients who cannot go to Paris.
There are new designers that are making their mark in Haute Couture and will make a mark like Chanel, Dior, and YSL did.
So stay tuned. Haute Couture is not dying. It is expanding. It is living. It is breathing. And it always takes the breath away from anyone who even glances at these marvelous masterpieces that are created by any of these Couture geniuses.