What’s The Chambre Syndicale De La Couture?
The Chambre Syndicale De La Couture is a regulating federation, currently overseen by Ralph Toledano, that gets to determine which fashion houses, brands and designers are eligible to be granted the title of Haute Couture.
The Cambre Syndicale De La Couture is responsible for developing the schedules and locations of fashion week. They help to facilitate brand growth, innovation and emerging of the brands they represent, as well as defending designer’s intellectual property rights. Chambre Syndicale de la Couture even developed one of the top fashion schools in France, The Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale de la couture parisienne. The school was created in order to provide training, educational programs to those looking to get into the fashion industry.
Haute Couture, as some of you may know, is a legally protected and controlled label dating back to the 18th century, beginning with Rose Bertin. The Haute Couture label can only be used with the permission of the French Ministry of Fashion.
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