We are in love with the designs of Zurich fashion label: Tooché. The gorgeous garments are designed by owner-stylist Genevieve Monnet in Zurich and made in France.
Here are the top 5 Reasons we love Tooché…
1.The Unique Designs. Boutique Owner Genevieve Monnet watches the catwalks, takes note of seasonal trends, flys to Firenze, Italy to purchase fabric and design her take on the season’s hottest looks. Loved the Dolce & Gabbana ‘key’ look? Tooché has a similar look and many more unique takes on high quality trends at a much more affordable prices!
2.The ‘To Rent’ Selection. Tooché has a beautiful selection of handbags, dresses, blazers and evening wear available for short term rental arrangement. The selection includes dresses by Versace, Jil Sander and Christian Lacroix, as well as bags by Gucci, Chanel, and Hermès, to name but a few.
3. The Shawls. For the most gorgeous cashmere scarves, look no further than the Zazzi Dallamano collection available exclusively at Tooché. The cashmere comes from the neck of the goat in Mongolia…only the finest available on the market. The gorgeous cathedral prints are extraordinary and well worth a visit to the boutique just to be seduced by them.
4.The Oscalito Fashions. Tooché carries a capsule collection of Oscalito, the Rolls-Royce of knitted womenswear with handmade lace detail. The exquisite knits made of wool and silk are elegant and incredibly unique.
5. The TANTOCOSI Bracelets. Sold exclusively at Tooché, these Acrylic-glass bracelets from Milan are handmade ‘hugs’. Each piece is unique, and depending on how you wear it, you are giving a hug for yourself or for others. This makes a very nice gift, available in different colors and designs…we especially love the exclusive bracelets with lace inlay.
Be you. Dress unique.
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