Dressarte Winter Season: Bespoke, Luxurious And Eco-Friendly

This winter, Dressarte (the virtual couture service) is proud to announce a new range of eco-friendly outfit options for your wardrobe, from work to evening wear.

Each item is made-to-measure and can be altered to include different fabrics and trims to suit each style preference. Dressarte’s clothing is made from luxurious, yet sustainable fabric options, including ramie, deadstock, and surplus fabrics from Italian fabric houses.

As well as ready-to-wear clothing, Dressarte also provides packages to create a garment or a wardrobe collection from scratch. With bespoke garments, Dressarte can provide styling consultations, remote fittings, fabric sourcing, and everything in between, – to make the process as simple and smooth as possible. Dressarte also works with suppliers to provide accessories to finalise a look.

The collection includes:

  • The Emilie Dress,
  • The Tweed Trimmed Wool Blazer,
  • The Black Ruffle Dress,
  • The Louise Blouse,
  • The Kate Blouse,
  • The Charlotte Jacket,
  • The Pussy Bow Silk Blouse,
  • The Eco-Dyed Silk Blouse,
  • And the Long Sleeved Blouse.

As well as bespoke packages and ready-to-wear items, Dressarte has also launched the world’s first digital wedding collection using AR, with the aim of keeping fabric waste to a minimum. The service gives brides a completely bespoke package. The digital collection uses AR models that can be personalised to each bride’s body shape, and bridal gowns that can be customised to each bride’s style preferences.

Dressarte’s design and tailoring service is completely virtual with worldwide shipping also available.

Dressarte is a celebration of personal style, where traditional craftsmanship meets the latest technologies to bring unique sustainable clothes to life,” said Founder, Nathalie Neuilly.

Nathalie Neuilly was born with fashion in her DNA. She grew up having almost all of her wardrobe tailored in an atelier run by her talented mother, because she felt frustrated about not having ‘fashion-industry-standard’ body measurements, – something which many of us can relate to.

Having travelled the world, it was only when she returned home to Paris that she understood that it was a privilege to have her clothes designed and tailored especially, and she wanted to make this personal shopping experience accessible and inclusive to other women across the globe in a similar situation to her.

As a result, Dressarte launched in 2018, with their online service, – where the brand works with their customers to create garments from scratch, using 3D design. 

Dressarte supports local production with dressmakers and ateliers located in France, the UK, Dubai, Russia, and Italy, so depending on the origin of raw materials, the type of garment ordered, the expertise, production capacities and customer’s location, the clothing will be produced in one of these locations.

Not only has the brand been featured in several publications such as Forbes, Techround, Vegworld and many others, but they also provide bespoke wedding and capsule wardrobe packages.

Find out more here: https://www.dressarteparis.com