Few Things You Might Want To Know About One Of Next Week's Sample Sales
Giuliana Teso is one of those iconic fashion brands that screams sophistication and style. In fact, the fur pieces she designs–fur is her speciality, you see–are the kind you save up for and wear for years and year to come. The kind that, no matter how many times you’ve worn the piece, you still earn compliments regarding your exquisite taste.
Over the years, notable paragons of style have ambled in Teso’s luxurious frocks and look-at-me vestments. SJP donned some in Sex and the City (the movie) and Juliette Binoche looked marvelous at the premiere of Chocolat in her Giuliana Teso cape. Monica Bellucci, Gisele Bundchen, Stevie Nicks, Liv Tyler and many others have also worn her designs.
In anticipation of the Giuliana Teso Fur Blow Out Sample Sale in NYC–which starts on February 17th and is hosted by Shelly & Renee Productions–we’re gifting you a mini feature on the exquisite brand.
First, the Sale details:
WHAT: Get 50% to 80% off of fur hats, scarves, accessories, vests, and jackets. You’ll find furs from fox, lamb and mink. Shop shearling jackets and coats, leather jackets, cashmere and wool fur trim outerwear and more.
WHEN: 2/17 through 2/19; Daily (10-6)
WHERE: 224 West 30 Street, Suite 808, New York, NY 10001
If you miss the Shelly & Renee Giuliana Teso sample sale, know that you can buy Giuliana Teso at other places, too. The brand is also sold in Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales and Holt Renfrew Canada.
More About The Brand and Designer
When was Giuliana Teso founded?
Giuliana Teso established her company in 1980 in Vicenza, Italy. Her success in combining traditional skills and craftsmanship with a modern organizational structure has allowed Giuliana Teso to provide the finest quality furs to the world’s most demanding and sophisticated consumers. In only a few years, the brand achieved considerable success both in Italy and abroad.
What’s the quality of the fur and fabric like?
The Giuliana Teso Collections are crafted in luxurious fabrics, giving to clothing collection the same attention and the same handicraft care as to the fur production. The choice of materials combined with fur in unusual and extremely refined nuance of colors, results in a collection with a very high stylistic content, studied to satisfy and “spoil” the most demanding clientele.
When was the first Giuliana Teso ready-to-wear collection made available?
In 1998, Giuliana Teso launched her first Ready-to-Wear Collection. Crafted with the same attention to detail as her furs, this collection is produced with the best fabrics available today, often with fur inserts in its designs.
How has the brand grown since its inception?
Giuliana Teso’s luxury collections have expanded today to include accessories and lifestyle. Her expertise, vision and high standards of quality have won her the praise and trust of the best stores around the world as well as celebrities such as Liv Tyler and Stevie Nicks–the lead singer of Fleetwood Mac–and socialites including Nina Griscom, Bettina Zhilka, HRH Princess Alexandra of Greece, HRH Princess Ira von Furstenberg and Petrina Khashoggi.
Nowadays, the company has consolidated its distribution 70% to foreign markets like: Europe, America, Canada, Japan and 30% on domestic market. These figures reveal a serious and strong management policy, based on rigorous work practices.
What’s the current Giuliana Teso line like?
At present, Giuliana Teso has a total look production which goes from fur, luxury coat, leather, knitwear, accessories and also new, unusual and sophisticated pieces for the house: carpets, blankets, pillows. The research for Giuliana Teso never stops. The concept that motivated the designer since the very beginning is stronger than ever. Fur is a must in every woman’s journey. The aim of every new collection is to create unique and stunning pieces both for design and quality.
By Wendy Rose Gould
Posted by Wendy Rose Gould at 12:00 AM
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