By this time of year we’ve all poured ourselves over the September issues and stalked our favorite designer pieces in stores. After all, everyone has a budget and no one can have everything. Well, we have a secret that can get you at least most of everything you like.
Couture Collective allows members to buy fractional ownership of high-end designer clothing. This season, the collection includes some of the most iconic pieces of the season. There’s the photographed floral motif of sprigged lilies-of-the-valley and four-leaf clovers from Valentino, Gucci’s pleated ruffles and Erdem’s beaded leather shift. Other designers include, Stella McCartney, Marco de Vincenzo, Chloe, Proenza Schouler and many more. (You can see an assortment of items from this season’s collection right here.)
As a member of Couture Collective, you don’t have to make the tough choice of this or that. You can reasonably have access to it all. After paying a nominal membership fee, you can choose your favorite items from the collection and add the item to your virtual closet by paying just 20% of the retail price. The item fee affords you five reservations with the item and unlimited last-minute-wears. There is no charge for pickup and drop off but renters do pay for dry cleaning.
If you only want to wear the item once, pay just 10% of the retail price. That means that the Valentino print you’ve been trying so hard to justify will cost you just $439. We couldn’t think of a better way to curate a closet of uptown sophistication and downtown cool in such an affordable way.
From September 25 to September 30, prospective members can scope out, try on and choose a custom wardrobe. The entire collection will be at the Drawing Room, on the Upper East Side.
The best part is that once you’ve worn all the top fashion from this season you can rest assured that there will be an entirely new collection in March. That’s just six months away to a whole new wardrobe.
Couture Collective Trunk Show
Friday, September 25 to Wednesday, September 30
10am to 6pm
@ The Drawing Room
40 East 75th Street
(917) 882-6216 or firstname.lastname@example.org