Think of it as giving prêt-à-porter the couture treatment.
If the Bay Area's Modewalk.com, an haute couture fashion website, treats its customers with kid gloves, then its new San Francisco showroom, Boudoir, wraps its clients in a white linen cocoon.
"...the site manages to expose a nice roster of designers who aren't available everywhere else, which is a common complaint about other social shopping sites."
“A new website brings the small, secret ateliers of the City of Light online…it provides intimate glimpses into workrooms…”
The concept: make haute couture and Paris ready-to-wear accessible to anyone...Can’t make it to Paris? ModeWalk’s local couturiers make house calls for measurements.
Get your hands on couture pieces from Alexis Mabille, Vauthier, and more, on new e-commerce site Modewalk.com
ModeWalk presents quality pieces at your fingertips for the discriminating dresser building a collection.
“ Intimacy, uniqueness, curation, editorial insight, and most of all story...ModeWalk is sharing designers' inspiration boards to show their creative processes.”
Through an illustration of its streets, you can browse and window shop, entering the store (to make your purchases online) and still get behind the scenes of the designers' ateliers.
ModeWalk se charge alors de mettre la potentielle cliente en relation avecla maison de couture...
Modewalk.com has been making waves in the fashion world with its unique offerings of hard to find, one of a kind pieces, all available with a click of the mouse...the very best part of travelling is finding that shop full of beautiful couture pieces
Modewalk arranged a conversation between the International Herald Tribune‘s (and new editor-in-chief of NOWFASHION) Jessica Michault and Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture president Didier Grumbach.
Mara Behrens is the creative director of revolutionary new e-tail site Modewalk.com, which showcases couture alongside luxury designer labels and facilitates couture appointments in Paris and beyond.
Modewalk was launched out of a passion of giving luxury designers the opportunity to present their collections in a manner that correlates with the cachet synonymous to their brands online.
Couture and ready-to-wear e-retailer ModeWalk tapped into the hype with a Sherman-inspired trunk show at the McLoughlin Gallery hosted by the site's cofounders, Beatrice Pang and Henri Deshays.
Couture, a thriving and essential aspect of the industry, brings together the best seamstresses with the most creative and innovative design talents to create the signature looks which perfectly encapsulate a designer or brand.
A site that wants to make couture and Parisian ready-to-wear available to anyone online.
Alexis Mabille's Blue Striped Bustier appeared in "Channeling: Fashion's Coolest Influencers".
Since launching a year ago, luxury e-tailer ModeWalk.com has become one of the world’s leading sites for the most high quality designer clothing and accessories.
At ModeWalk, visitors may explore each brand's boutique and enter the designer's universe to experience the creative stories that truly set their products apart.
I discovered the most amazing new online store this week! Get ready to be addicted to ModeWalk.com, a site offering only Parisian designers, many of them award-winning, from Azzaro to Philippe Roucou to Michel Perry.
With an array of sought-after pieces exclusive to ModeWalk, you know you’re not only getting the crème de la crème of French style, you’re also getting jewels you won’t find on every other snob.
Do-Paris on ModeWalk.com featured by New York Times!
Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer Mara Behrens interviewed by Marie Claire Latin American magazine.
Causse Gantier on ModeWalk.com featured by New York Times!
"When the ModeWalk trunk show rolled into town, fans of Parisian prêt-à-porter and couture descended en masse upon the Goss-Michael Foundation to shop..."
We've been recommended to find one of Marion Vidal's necklace!
Likewise, Modewalk. The haute couture website founded by three Stanford MBAs is rumored to be looking to open a storefront in the Union Square area sometime soon.
Modewalk.com along with Joni Binder Shwarts, Jacqueline Sacks and Christine Suppes hosted a Spring Fashion Show and Luncheon to preview designs from the catwalks of Paris and London at the five-star S.F. landmark Taj Campton Place.
Couture shopping online would have been dismissed as an oxymoron a decade ago, now cyber-shopping is the norm.
Indre Rockefeller hosts an intimate cocktail party at Sant Ambroeus on the Upper East Side for an early glimpse of the new website ModeWalk.com.
ModeWalk is differentiated from other e-tailers by the care taken in their brand curation: great attention is paid to craftsmanship, the personality and style of a designer, the history of a brand, and the quality of each product.
Their destination for all things high end offers the couture experience from the likes of Alexandre Vauthier, Martin Grant, and On Aura Tout Vu.
Members are sure to enjoy the all-around high-fashion decadence that ModeWalk offers.
The curated online boutiques at ModeWalk offer an intimate look at the inspirations, art and craftsmanship of each brand while capturing the thrill of exploring the city in search of luxurious treasures.
Where ModeWalk really gets it right is the option in each boutique to “enter the designer’s universe” tab. Beautiful depictions of designer sketches, runway photos, and stories are displayed in a true visual editorial.
With Silicon Valley-based e-tailer Modewalk, which usually slings Parisian wares from the likes of Rochas, Thierry Lasry, and Michel Klein (ooh la la), you can indulge in fancy threads — and still keep your community-minded ethos intact.
At the heart of ModeWalk's vision is a carefully curated selection of beautifully crafted luxury creations, and the emotional shopping experience that comes with them.
Fashion maven Indre Rockefeller hosted an exclusive cocktail party at Sant Ambroeus to toast the new website modewalk.com.
Modewalk.com CEO Beatrice Pang takes in the launch party celebration held for the website at a Pacific Heights penthouse.
No need to email your friends asking for tips on those retail gems that only Parisians know about...Instead, just head over to ModeWalk.com.