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    Consider the historical development of Haute Couture‚ Ready to wear and the high Street in order to answer: Is Haute Couture still relevant to fashion today? Couture has long stood as the modern composure between the garments as worthy collectives and the growing ideas of fashion as a procedure. For more than a century‚ couture has been symbolic of the celebration of costume fashion even today. It represents the mixture of fashion- the modern object that combines innovation with personal and social

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    Evolution Secret of the Haute Couture World Introduction In some normal people mind‚ they might not know what the word “Haute Couture” means because they are expensive‚ luxurious and exclusive. Haute Couture is actually strictly defined as “high sewing”‚ haute couture has evolved from the days when it was invented by the Chambre Syndicale de la Confection et de la couture pour Dames et fillettes which means trade-union room of clothes industry and the seam for ladies and young girls in 1868. (Deborah

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    History/Background of the Brand/Property: 1. Juicy Couture is perceived as a luxurious‚ exciting and fun brand that is designed with a strong sense of whimsy. It is a brand that produces collections of clothing‚ accessories‚ jewelry and fragrances created for women‚ men‚ children‚ and dogs. The current guest creative director for Juicy Couture‚ Erin Fetherston‚ describes the brand as ‘totally free-spirited and fun-loving.’ Juicy Couture is marketed as a high-end clothing line at an affordable

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    fashion couture In France‚ the term haute couture is protected by law and is defined by the Chambre de commerce et d’industrie de Paris based in Paris‚ France. The chambre syndicale de la haute couture is defined as "the regulating commission that determines which fashion houses are eligible to be true haute couture houses".[4] Their rules state that only "those companies mentioned on the list drawn up each year by a commission domiciled at the Ministry for Industry are entitled to avail themselves"

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    EVALUATION ------------------------------------------------------------ What Challenges have you faced from your fabric choice? I haven’t encountered many challenges with my fabric in this assignment except for the stretch fabric used to make the singlet shirt. The material used for the track pants and hoodie were both very easy to sew with‚ i actually really enjoyed sewing the fleecy cotton. The material i did have a bit of trouble sewing with was the cotton and elastane knit fabric that

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    Final re-write of my best piece of writing from this English 100 class Juicy Couture According to Wikipedia‚ Juicy Couture is currently owned by the Liz Claiborne Fashion Company and is made in the U.S. Juicy Couture was previously owned and founded by Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor in 1997‚ until it was bought by Liz Claiborne in 2010. It is now a global seller with its signature velour tracksuits and other fashions that expand from clothing‚ shoes‚ fragrance‚ sunglasses and more. I

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    looking classy and elegant. Somewhere there is usually a toned gorgeous man looking at her in awe‚ also wearing incredibly fashionable clothing. These ads‚ however effective on the minds of the masses‚ are not the same approach the infamous Juicy Couture brand takes. Bought by all types of women‚ from mothers to teenage girls‚ everyone wants to be part of the Juicy phenomenon. Juicy Couture’s image isn’t the stereotypical wealthy‚ high fashion kind of depiction. They show a more mainstream glamour

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    Executive summary In this case‚ there are two major problems that I can analyzed. Firstly‚ Kiki and Houida which are two of major loyal customers of Couture Fashions Bhd (HCF)’s were writing to Jeffrey to inform him that they may looking to China to “contract manufacture” for them as the prices there were very competitive. Second‚ the previous adverse perception of “Made in China” labels had slowly changed as China now manufactured clothes that are higher quality at substantially lower operating

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    BIN AMIN BUHARI 1100120 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Haute Couture Fashions Sdn Bhd need to adjust their business strategy‚ as China textile industry becoming a potential threat to it as its two major customers are now thinking of outsourcing to China for its lower operating cost. The management need to decide whether to move its operation to China or exit from contract manufacturing activity and stand on its own new created brand. It is recommended for Haute Couture Fashions Sdn Bhd to move their operations

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    levels- haute couture‚ ready-to-wear and mass production. The main difference between them is quality of the product and price‚ but the history of the three segments is also different. We can easily say that couture begun when the first garment has been constructed‚ hand-sewn in the early-medieval times‚ but the first haute couture house was established in the Winter of 1857/58 in Paris by Charles Frederic Worth- the first couturier. The exact translation of “haute couture” is “high sewing”. Haute couture

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