As seen in Everpresent– April 2019 Marie Kondo shows families how to sort and fold clothes to save space. But what if you’re a fashionista with lots of outfits, or have a home in the city with no closets? Garde Robe has you covered. It’s a luxury wardrobe service that blends tech with convenience so clients … Continued


Couture is a world of glamour, history, and tradition. For more than a century, since its origins in Paris by english ‘couturier’ Charles Frederick Worth, couture has managed to remain the most luxurious way of fashion making. Here, 10 books that every haute couture lover should add to their reading list (in no particular order). 1) Grace: A … Continued


More and more we see the resurgence of vintage clothing pieces making statements in our everyday dressing. Charity/donation & vintage stores are popping up in every neighborhood and designers are inspired by the past. But what exactly does vintage mean? Taken from Wikipedia – “Generally speaking, clothing which was produced before the 1920s is referred … Continued


Thanks to our friends from the Los Angeles Times for the amazing story on Garde Robe West. “Trying to stay well-dressed is hard work, especially when you open your closet door and out tumbles an avalanche of wire hangers, stilettos and a precariously placed box that clocks you in the head. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to … Continued


Some trends may seem ephemeral but many will often re-emerge, years later, as if copied from the past or as a modern interpretation. Historically, innovative fads have been recycled and ever more speedily as our 21st century fashion system continues to exponentially increase its pace. From the revival of Greco-Roman draping with the Empire dresses … Continued


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