Generally, such clothing is made out of textiles or synthetic fabrics, but in time it has also included clothes fashioned from animal skins and other delicate thin sheets of various materials and organic products found around the house, put together with a few buttons. This type of clothing can be used to create several different types of fashion pieces. For example, a woman wearing a simple one-piece swimsuit can transform herself into the glamorous image of a mermaid if she puts on one of the many body suits in the fashion industry. Similarly, a woman wearing a floral patterned tank top can easily become the image of innocence and youth if she chooses a strapless shirt with a pair of small jeans. The choices are endless, if you have a little imagination.
The first article of fashion clothing, we shall discuss is the haute couture garment. This term can loosely be translated as an exclusive brand of clothing owned by designers that are considered to be masters of their craft. In other words, a haute couture garment can be said to be the original creation of a master tailor.
With such high-quality fashion clothing, designers and fashion marketing gurus regularly conduct an activity planning session to identify what their next line of clothing would be like. During such activity planning, it becomes obvious that every designer has his/her own unique vision regarding the design of a particular piece of clothing. Thus, the aim of any haute couture garment designer is to create an original, one-of-a-kind piece of clothing, which will make its fashion marketing career a success.
One important part of a haute couture line is the construction of the garments. Most designers spend a great deal of time, care, and skill in order to design unique and extraordinary garments. Therefore, you may see many different designer’s names being used to manufacture a single piece of clothing. The fabrics used for making a garment play an important role in defining the general look of the garment. Usually, designers prefer light and airy fabrics, which give a fresh and relaxed look to the person wearing it. But, this is not the only criteria that designers use in determining the material of a particular piece of clothing; they also have to consider other aspects such as the price tag, popularity, the ‘look’ the clothing would give, the ‘fit’, the durability, the ‘longevity’ and many more.
There are many reasons why fashion designers and fabric suppliers combine together to produce a specific piece of clothing. First of all, it is much cheaper to purchase a large amount of fabric, ready to be used than creating a single garment from scratch. Secondly, garment manufacturers and suppliers can agree on a standard price for a particular textile, which enables the manufacturer to offer a competitive price for his/her products.
The production of clothes from haute couture has increased over the years, due to increasing demand from the mass market. However, this has also resulted in a reduction of quality in some cases. Many people believe that there is no difference between haute couture clothing and mass market clothing. However, the term haute couture is used to describe unique designs and is generally used to refer to high priced, extremely fashionable clothing.